A Help to English History; Containing a Succession of All the Kings of England...

A Help to English History; Containing a Succession of All the Kings of England...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1670 edition. Excerpt: ...i 3 23. "F 'F 'F 1417 3 John Plantagenet,3.Son nfK.H.4. 1460 4 Richard 4. Son of Rich. Duke of Tark (and Brother of K. E. 4-)_ created Duke of Glouceflrr, and Earl 04: Carlile, and made Constable and Lord Admiral, and lastly usuiped the Crown of England by the name of K. R. 3. X _ l. 162.: 5 james Hay, Visi. Donmfln-, crcat. Earl of car/il: 18. jac. Sept. 17-f 1636 6 James Hay. ob. 1660. Charla? Holvxdrd X"ifc. Morpeth lord Dacres, Son and Heir of Sir William Howard, Son and Heir of Sir." Philip Howard. Son and Heir of Lord William Howard. Third Son of Ih. D.of Horfollg, Earl of Carlile go Apt. 1 3. Car. a, 1661 7 / Cl-Rff CArnurt/an is' a hire ofsiNartb-wa/er, but-z ' zing upon the tri/I: Yeas, and parted from the Isle ofssjnglesqy by a streit, or Frerum. /_ mountainous and rocky Countr 1 but th; defects thereof are plentifully sll plyed by the Isle adjoynin. It took name from Carnarwn, thee Zes town thcreofrhereto-fore very strongly walled, and Fortified with a fair Castle. Edward the LKOfEngIam-i was here born 3 and hence according to the, cuflome of those times, entituled Edwa rd of' C'.lR.NAR.VON. For the occasion of it I refer you to the common Chronicles. The Princes----_i 22; of Wah: had in this place their Chancery and. Exchequer for all Narzb-Wain: which was no small improvement to it. Earl it had ne-ver any till the present Age z m which our Sovereign: Lord K. Charles I. conferred that Title on 1628 1 Robert Lord Dormer ormng, viic.' Ascot, created Earl of Camarvon, 4. Car. 1.-Aug. 2.. flain at thefirst fight near Newlvcrry 1643. _ 1543 2. Charles Dormer succeeded m the Earldom on the death of the Lord Robert D. his Father. L 4 cnzsrsn; antiently part of the Cor-niwii.TneCoun_ 'try...show more

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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 159g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236962206
  • 9781236962201