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Observations introductory to an historical essay, upon the Knighthood of the Bath.

John Anstis

Observations introductory to an historical essay, upon the Knighthood of the Bath.

by John Anstis

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Published by Woodman in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bath, Order of the

  • Edition Notes

    RBSC copy: With the armorial bookplate of Sir Wm. Purves-Hume-Campbell, bart. of that ilk.

    ContributionsPurves-Hume-Campbell, William, Sir, 1767-1833 (bookplate)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p.
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16912435M

    "Observations on some Blades found in Scottish Basket hilted Swords" Park Lane Arms Fair Catalogue 13 (), p. 30 - - Earlshall, the Baron of. Includes a short section on basket hilts with medieval blades. "Old Swordplay" Alfred Hutton. A late 's book on historical fence. Outdated but interesting for its viewpoints. The works of William Shakespeare; the plays ed. from the folio of MDCXXIII, with various readings from all the editions and all the commentators, notes, introductory remarks, a historical sketch of the text, an account of the rise and progress of the English drama, a memoir of the poet, and an essay upon the genius; by Richard Grant White.

    Title-level URLs sorted by author. This table lists individual urls for each text in the Women Writers Online collection, sorted by author’s last name. (Note that these are not the actual URLs for the texts, but aliases which redirect to the actual text.). William III., delivered ejectments upon the barton and manor of Menadarva and the occupants thereof, as heir-at-law to Arundell, and brought down a trial upon the same at Lanceston, in this county, where, upon the issue, it appeared, upon the oaths of Mr. Delliff, and other Spanish merchants of London, that the said heir was the legitimate son.

      The description of the ritual of the Knights of the Bath is quoted in full by J. Anstis, Observations introductory to an Historical Essay, upon the Knighthood of the Bath (London, ), appendix 37 (and cf. 39–42), transcribing from London: College of Arms, MS. Arundel 15 and adding a note that ‘if my memory doth not fail me’ a Harleian Cited by: 2. A. D. , of whom it appears by a book called the “Year-Book,” that this magistrate had been fined marks for making an alteration in a record, wherein a defendant had been fined 13s. 4d., and he, the chief justice, made it appear to be 6s. 8d. instead of that, the larger sum.


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Of these the prototype is "The Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath," an Order of Knighthood that stands second only to the Garter in the general esteem in which it is held.