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Powerscourt.

Aihbrook.

Mountmorres.

Dunganuon.

Southwell.

De Vesci.

Lifford.

Bangor.

Clifden.

Doneraile.

Harberton. . . •'
Hawarden.
Avonmore.
Mi mck.

St.-Vincent. . . • *

Melville.

Sidmoutli.

Templetown. . . ;'

Lismore.

Lorton.

Frankfort.

Gort 1

Exmouth E

Combermere.
Canning.

Guillamore. . . . /
Canterbury. . . . E
Hill.

Hardinge.
Gough.

Stratford-de- Redcliffc.
Eversley.

De Ros E.

Le Despencer (Bss.)
Hastings.

De Clifford (Baroness).
Audlev.

Willoughby de Eresby

and Gwydyr. Dacre.

Grey de Ruthyn (Bss.)
Clinton.

Zouche (Baroness).

Camoys.

Beaumont.

Stonrton.

Berners.

Willoughby de Broke.
Vaux.

Braye (Baroness).
Wentwortb (Baroness).
North (Baroness).
St.-John.

Windsor (Baroness).
Howard de Walden.
Petre.

Saye and Sele.

Arundell.

Dormer.

Teynham.

Stafford.

Byron.

Ward.

Clifford.

Forbes S

Somerville.
Saltoun.
Gray.
Sinclair.

Sempill (Baroness).

Elphinstone.

Torphichen.

Blantvre.

Colville.

Cranstonn.

Napier.

Fairfax.

Reay.

Elibanfc.

Belhaven and Hamilton.

Duffus.

Rollo.

Riithven (Baroness).

BARONS.

Nairne (Baroness) . . 5 Kinnaird and Rossie. Polwarth.

Middleton B

Monson.

Wycombe.

Sondes.

Scarsdale.

Boston.

Holland.

Vernon.

Digby.

Hawse.

Foley.

Dynevor.

Walsingham.

Bagot.

Southampton.

Grantlcy.

Rodney.

Berwick.

Sherborne.

Soffleld.

Dorchester.

Kenyon.

Braybrookc.

Thurlow.

Auckland.

Lyttelton and Westcote.

Calthorpe.

Carington.

Bayning.

Bolton.

Wodehonse.

Northwick.

Lilford.

Ribblesdale.

Kingsale /

Trimlestown.

Dansany.

Inchiquin.

Dnnboyne.

Louth.

Blayney.

Carbery.

Aylmer.

Farnham.

Lisle.

Newborough.
Macdonald.

Kensington. . . . i

Ongley.

Massy.

Rokeby.

Muskcrry.

Rivcrsdale.

Muncaster.

Kiltnaine.

Cloncurry.

Clonbrock.

Watcrpark.

Graves.

Bridport.

Huntingficld.

Rossmore.

Hotham.

Cremorne and Dartrey.

Hcndlcy.

Teigninouth.

Crofton.

Ffrench.

Henley.

Langford.

De Blaquierc.

Henniker.

Dufferin and Clandeboye.

Ventry.

Wallscourt.

Dunalley.

Clanmorris.

Radstock.

Gardner.

Ashtown.

Clarina.

Abercromby. ... £

Redesdale.

Rivers.

Sandys.

Rendlesham. ... /

Erskine E

Crewe.

Ponsonby.

Manners.

Castlemaine. . , . / Decies.

Churchill E

Harris.
Colchester.

Garvagh /

Howden.

Ravenswortb. . . . E Delamere.

Forester.
Rayleigh.

Downes /

Gilford E

Bloom6eld /

DeTabley £

WUarncliffe.
Feversham.

Fitz-Gcrald and Vesey. /

Lyndhunt. ... £

Tenterden.

Plunket.

Hcytesbury.

Skclmersdale.

Wynford.

Brougham and Vaux. Talbot de Malahide. . 1

Panmure %

Poltimore.

Mottyn.

Tcmplemore.

De Saumarez.

Godolphin.

Deninan.

Wenman (Baroncit).

Carew /

Abinger £

De L'Isle and Dudley.

Ashburton.

Glenelg.

Hatherton.

Strafford.

Stratheden (Baroneti). Oranmorc and Browne. I

Portman £

Lovat.

Bateman.

De Mauley.

Wrotteslcy.

Sudeley.

Methucn.

Stanley of Alderley,

Stuart-de-Decte*.

Leigh.

Wenlock.

Lurgan.

Dunfermline.

Monteagle.

Beaton. ■

Keanc.

Campbell.

Vivian.

Congleton.

Dunsandle /

Bellew.

Londesborougb. . . S

Overstone.

Truro.

Cran:vorth.

Broughton.

De Freyne.

Clermont /

St. Leonards. ... £

Raglan.

Aveland.

Lyons.

•Wensleydale,
Bel per.

Permoy. , . . , . /

Ebury S

Macaulay.

* Lord Wensleydale takes precedence in society from the date of his Life Peerage in Jan. 1850, before the Lords Areland and Lyons.

TABLE OF PRECEDENCY AMONG MEN.

The Sovereign.
His Royal Highness the Prince Consort
The Phincb Of Wales,
Sons of the Sovereign.
Grandsons of the Sovereign.
Brothers of the Sovereign.
Uncles of the Sovereign.
The Sovereign's Brothers' or Sisters' Sons.
.His Royal Highness the Prince Leopold [King of the Belgians).
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Primate of all England.
The Lord 11 igh Chancellor, or Lord Keeper.
The Archbishop of York, Primate of England.
The Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of Ireland.
The Archbishop of Dublin.
The Lord High Treasurer. \
The Lord President of the Privy Council. X r \
The Lord Privy Seal. < l"

The Lord Great Chamberlain.
The Lord High Constable.

The Earl Marshal.
The Lord High Admiral. ^(4)
The Lord Steward of Her Majesty's Household.
The Lord Chamberlain of Her Majesty's Household.
Dukes, according to their Patents of Creation, (c)
Marquises, according to their Patents.
Dukes' eldest Sons,
Earls, according to their Patents.
Marquises' eldest Sons.
Dukes' younger Sons.
Viscounts, according to their Patents.
Earls' eldest Sons.
Marquises' younger Sons,
Bishops of London,Durham, and Winchester.
All other English Bishops, according to their Seniority of Consecration, (it)
Bishops of Meath and Kildare.
All other Irish Bishops, according to their Seniority of Consecration.
Secretaries of State, if of the degree of a Baron.
Barons, according to their Patents, (e)
Speaker of the House of Commons.
Commissioners of the Great Seal.
Treasurer of Her Majesty's Household.
Comptroller of Her Majesty's Household.
Master of the Horse.
Vice-Chamberlain of Her Majesty's Household,
Secretaries of Slate under the degree of Barons.

(«) Being of the degree of Barons by stat 31 Henry 8th. By this statute, the Lord Great Chamberlain of England had place next to the Lord Privy Seal; but in the year 1714, the Mar* qui* of Lind»ey,then Hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain of England, being created Duke of An caster, gare up the precedency as Lord Great Chamberlain from him and his heirs, except only when he or they shall be in the actual execution of the said office of Great Chamberlain of England, attending the person of the King or Queen for the time being, or introducing a Peer or Peers into the House of Lords; which was confirmed by stat. I t.oorge 1.

(b) Above all of their degree, vis.; if Dukes, above all other dukes, if Earls, above all other earls.

(cj For the precedence of the English, Scotch, and Irish Poors collectively, see page lix.

<■ ft) If any bishop be principal secretary of state, he shall be placed above all other bishops, unless they have any oi the before-mentioned great offices.

If) If any baron be principal secretary of state, he shall be placed above all other barons, unless they have any of the before-mentioned great offices.

Mem.—The priority of signing any treaty or public; instrument, by public ministers, Is always taken by rank of place, and not by title.

Viscounts' eldest Sons.
Earls' younger Sons.
Barons' eldest Sons.
Knights of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
Privy Counsellors.
Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench.

Master of the Rolls.
Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.
Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer.
The Lords Justices of the Court of Appeal in Chancery.
Vice-Chan cellors.
Judges and Barons of the degree of the Coif of the said Courts.
Commissioners of the Court of Bankruptcy.
Bannerets, made under the Sovereign's own Royal Standard displayed in army royal
in open War, by the Sovereign in person, for the term of their lives only.
Viscounts' younger Sons.
Barons' younger Sons.
Baronets of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Bannerets not made by the Sovereign in person.
Knights Grand Crosses of the Bath.
Knights Grand Crosses of St. Michael and St. George.
Knights Commanders of the Bath.
Knights Commanders of St. Michael and St. George.
Knights Bachelors.
Companions of the Bath.
Cavalieri and Companions of St. Michael and St. George.
Eldest Sons of the younger Sons of Peers.
Baronets' eldest Sons.
Eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter.

Bannerets' eldest Sons.
Eldest Sons of Knights of the Bath.
Knight's eldest Sons.
Younger Sons of the younger Sons of Peers.
Baronets' younger Sons.
Esquires of the Sovereign's Body.
Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber.
Esquires of the Knights of the Bath.
Esquires by Creation.
Esquires by Office.
Younger Sons of Knights of the Garter.

Younger Sons of Bannerets.
Younger Sons of Knights of the Bath.
Younger Sons of Knights Bachelors.
Gentlemen entitled to bear Arms.
Clergymen, Barristers at Law, Officers in the Navy and Army, who are all
Gentlemen, and have their respective precedency in their several Professions.

Citizens.
Burgesses, &c.

TABLE OF PRECEDENCY AMONG WOMEN.

The Queen.
The Princess Of Wales.
Princesses, Daughters of the Sovereign.
Princesses and Duchesses, Wives of the Sovereign's Sons.
Granddaughters of the Sovereign.
WiveB of the Sovereign's Grandsons.
The Sovereign's Sisters.
Wives of the Sovereign's Brothers.

The Sovereign's Aunts.
Wives of the Sovereign's Uncles.

Wires of the eldest Sons of Dukes of the Blood RoyaL
Daughters of Dukes of the Blood Royal.
Duchesses.
Marchionesses.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Dukes.

Daughters of Dukes. •
Countesses.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Marquises.
Daughters of Marquises.
Wives of the younger Sons of Dukes.
Viscountesses.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Earls.
Daughters of Earls.
Wives of the younger Sons of Marquises.
Baronesses.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Viscounts.

Daughters of Viscounts.
Wives of the younger Sons of Earls.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Barons.
Daughters of Barons.
Maids of Honour.
Wives of Knights of the Garter.
, Wives of Bannerets.

Wives of the younger Sous of Viscounts.
Wives of the younger Sons of Barons.
Wives of Baronets.
Wives of Knights Grand Crosses of the Order of the Bath.
Wives of Knights Grand Crosses of St. Michael and St. George.

Wives of Knights Commanders of the Order of the Bath.
Wives of Knights Commanders of St. Michael and St. George.
Wives of Knights Bachelors.
Wives of Companions of the Bath. | . »

Wives of Cavalieri and Companions of St. Michael and St. George. \
Wives of the eldest Sons of the younger Sons of Peers.
Daughters of the younger Sons of Peers.
Wives of the eldest Sods of Baronets.
Daughters of Baronets.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter.
Daughters of Knights of the Garter.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Bannerets.
Daughters of Bannerets.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Knights of the Bath.

Daughters of Knights of the Bath.
Wives of the eldest Sons of Knights Bachelors.
Daughters of Knights Bachelors.
Wives of the younger Sons of the younger Sons of Peers.
Wives of the younger Sons of Baronets.
Wives of Esquires of the Sovereign's Body.
Wives of Esquires to the Knights of the Bath.
Wives of Gentlemen entitled to bear Arms.
Daughters of Esquires entitled to bear Arms, who are Gentlewomen by birth.
Daughters of Gentlemen entitled to bear Arms, who are Gentlewomen by birth.
Wives of Clergymen, Barristers at Law, Officers in the Navy and Army.
Wives of Citizens.
Wives of Burgesses.

(a) This rank is ordinarily accorded to these Ladies In regard to the Honor conferred upon their Husbands, although they are not named in the Statutes of the Order*.

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