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Edward Bootle Wilbraham, Esq., by the name, style, and title of Baron Skelmers. dale, of Skelmersdale, in the county palatine of Lancaster',
January 22.-Whitehall, January 7.-The King has been pleased to give and grant unto Henry Courtney (a minor), second, but now eldest, surviving son of Thomas Courtney, of Colchester, in the county of Essex, Esq. His royal licence and authority, that he may (in compliance with an injunction contained in the last will and testament of Elizabeth Shillito, formerly Elizabeth Mayhew, late of Colchester aforesaid, widow, deceased), henceforth take, assume, and bear the surname of Mayhew only : also to command, &c.
January 25.- The King has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal, granting the dignity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, unto the Right Honourable Thomas Wallace, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, style, and title of Baron Wallace of Knaresdale, in the county of Northumberland.
to select his title from that city. That he might have intended to take the title of “Darcy” is possible, since he is the represer tative of a younger branch of that ancient family ; but it would be folly to suppose that the circumstance of the Duke of Leeds being the coheir of the barony of Darcy, which was created by writ in the 28 Edw. I. 1299, could have prevented his being created Lord Darcy of Lambton Castle, or of any other place, since there are at least fifty precedents of two, three, or even four titles of the same name being in existence at the same moment ; for example, at the present time “ Delamere of Dunham Massy," and “Delamere of Vale Royal," “ Herbert of Chepstoro, Ragland, and Gower,” “ Herbert of Cherbury," " Herbert of Caerdiff," and “ Herbert of Shurland;" " Howard of Effingham," " Howard of Walden,” “Howard of Morpeth," and " Howard of Charleton," &c.
His Lordship is, we believe, Lord of the Manor of Skelmersdale, in Lancashire.
HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN WORKS
IN THE PRESS, OR PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION.
Ready for Publication, " Tu E SIEGE OF CARLAVEROCK," an Heraldic Poem of the fourteenth century, with a Translation, and Memoirs of all the Knights present on the occasion. By Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Esq. Illustrated by Engravings of their respective Banners. 4to.
*AxTIQUARIAN TRACTS RELATIVE TO BRISTOL. Part I. Notices of Old Inns and Hostelries in Bristol ; and of other incidental Subjects. Including Remarks on the Origin of the Name of the Grene Lates,' in High-street, in 1449 ; a Statement of daily Expences during a Journey to London, by two Inhabitants of Bristol, in 1546; and some Particulars respecting early Coffee-houses, and Newspapers, in Bristol, By William Tyson.
" THE CRYPT.” The Eleventh Number of an Antiquarian, Literary, and Miscellaneous Journal, will contain, among other Articles, the Ceremony of the Prize Besom at Shaftesbury-Unpublished Poetry of William Collins-Architectural Antiquities of Christ Church, Hants-Caumont's Gothic Architecture, &c. &c. This little Journal, which is conducted with considerable talent, merits more attention than it has received, as it contains several papers of interest to the Antiquary and Bibliographer.
The Royal Cambrian Institution have in the press a third volume of their Trans. actions, containing many curious and interesting papers on subjects connected with the History and Antiquities of the Principality.
Picturesque Views of all the English Cities, consisting of thirty-two engravings.
Architectural Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London, with historical and descriptive Accounts. Edited by J. Britton, F.S.A., containing one hundred and fortyfour engravings, &c. mostly in outline, by Lekeux, Roffe, Gladwin, &c.
INDEX TO VOL. I.
Aberdeen, Earl of, Letter to, 521.
used by, to destroy his nobles, 250.
his cruelties, 402; his horrible death,
405 ; character, &c. 406.
of, by Skelton, 347.
Princess (Queen) Elizabeth, 216, 219,
- Society, 232.
256 ; his character, 259, his visit to
Barony, the Leigh, 505.
Lady Lisle, 10.
- banners of Knights Commanders of
signia of, ib., note.
Index of, 174.
290; of James Duke of York to, ib.
-- preparing for publication, 176,
of Henry VII., &c., 57, 67.
reading of the Scriptures, 78; opinion
Tour's Advices to his Daughters, 177.
57; preface, 69.
under the influence of witchcraft, 89.
Baber, the Emperor, 248.
in Chancery, 67.
size, &c. 113.
VOL. 1.- PART 111.
mande de Schiller, 40; his remarks on
the original, 41.
356 ; character of his wit, 361; Ode
of Coleman Street, a comedy, 377.
--- William, 494.
Sir J. (Comptroller of the House.
Sir Rd., 472.
44, 50, 51.
Creation of the World, 346.
St. Saviour's rebuilt by, 320.
Dacre, William Lord, 408.
of the Painters by, 415.
Harris's, Moses, Aurelian, or Natural Hi.
story of English Insects, 230.
Burghley Papers, 204.
James I., 130.
his voyage to Calais, 107; furniture in
Edmund's, St., banner, 98.
of Scots, 128; Lord Seymour's reputed
Cecil to marry Charles of Austria, 227.
the Bishop of Norwich, 172.
Images cient, 519: Mortem, ..
James I., Progresses of, by Nichols, 387;
his voyage to Denmark, 428.
by Keigwin, 346.
- Parr, Queen, letter of, 503.
Faith, implicit, 82.
have been built by, 168.
of Calais, in 1405, 341.
fortunate Politician, 396.
Lancaster, Court and Duchy of, Calendar
relative to Pleadings in, 57, 67.
to his Daughters,' 177.
, Original, 118, 280, 501.
Gallantry and licentiousness in the middle
ages, 186, 188.
Library of the Earl of Kildare, 136.
banner, 98; verses on the foundation of
the university of Cambridge, 498.
Aberdeen, suggesting a Museum of
reign, 222; precautions advised respect-
-, Queen of Scots, 128; letter of, to
Inquiry into ancient Armour, 310; Il-
lustrations of ancient Arms, &c. 347.
IV. of France, 429.
---, first Viscount, 409.
letter of, 7.
relating to the Reign of Elizabeth, 419.
attached to the Antiq. Society, 521.
Philip (husband of Queen Mary), his free.
doms with the maids of honour, 411.
-- Early English, 147, 331, 498.
characters in, 36.
from, to her son, Henry VII., 6.
description of, and restorations at, 320.
stein, by B. Constant, 40; his Be.
trothed of Messina, 47; Will. Tell, ib.
scription of, 394.
207; letter of his wife, Queen Ka-
and Armour, 347.
158 ; management of funds, 161, 322;
revenues and funds, ib., 511.
daughter of Earl of Suffolk, 389.
letter of, 8.
sizes of, 113.
lication of documents in, 162.
Surnames, observations on, 200.
Names, proper, difficulties respecting, in
Commanders of the Bath, 459, 463.
Earl of Sussex, 13.
ment of, in 1815, 446; Companions of
Garter, motto of, 319.
of, by Dallaway, 415.
research displayed in, 57 ; valuable pre-
face, ib.; plan of his “ Digest,” 63.
posed in the Kaleidoscope, 32.
Taylor, Mr. Watson, MS. translations of | Warner's, Rev. R., theory respecting the
the Poems of Charles, Duke of Orleans, building of churches, 168.
Waverley Novels, poetry of, 16, 436.
Weldon's, Sir Anth., Satirical Description
of Scotland, 394.
White, Blanco, on the System of the Ro-
William the Conqueror, standard of, 91.
Wolley, J., clerk of the council to Eliza.
beth, letter to the Earl of Leicester, 129.
Wolsey, Card., letter of Katherine of Ar.
Writs of Parliament, 58.
Wren's, Sir Christ., want of taste, 319.
ing, 415; literary character, 416. I letter of Edward III, to, 118.
LIST OF BOOKS REVIEWED.
Battles in England and Wales, Historical Index of, 174.