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  • Britannica, Volume 2 Arundel, Earls of 15487471911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 2 — Arundel, Earls of ARUNDEL, EARLS OF. According to Cokayne
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  • discontinued. One of the converts made by Campion at the conferences was Philip Howard, earl of Arundel. Walsingham and the other members of the privy council
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  • Radcliffe, fourth Earl of Sussex (1530?-1593), was knighted by the Earl of Arundel on 2 Oct. 1553, and sat in parliament as member for Malden in 1555
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  • promise of a picture. This proof of Van Dyck's personal reputation is fully confirmed (17th July) by a correspondent of the earl of Arundel, who speaks of Van
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  • associates the Earls of Shrewsbury and Arundel, Sir Thomas Arundell and Sir Richard Southwell. So chagrined was Southampton at this failure of his hopes that
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  • Thomas, Henry, Philip, Charles, Talbot, Edward, Francis, Bernard, and Esme. 18. THOMAS HOWARD succeeded him in his titles of Earl of Arundel, Surrey, and
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  • 23d Eliz. the reversion of it was granted by that Queen, to Philip Earl of Arundel, a descendant of the aforesaid Duke of Norfolk, by whom it was sold
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  • a letter to the Right Honourable Hen. Howard, son to the late Earl of Arundel, acknowledging the many favours of his ancestors, and his own particular
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  • our power and force, to the effusion of our blood, as these bearers, our very good Lords, the Earls of Arundel and Paget, can, and be ready more particularly
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  • 1874. Arundel House, originally a seat of the bishops of Bath, was the residence of Thomas Howard, earl of Arundel, whose famous collection of sculpture
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  • Charles sent the Earl of Arundel to the Tower [see Howard, Thomas, Earl of Arundel] for an offence connected with the marriage of his son, and was obliged
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  • down at the sight of the dreaded instrument the third time, and told all he knew. There was serious alarm, for the Earls of Arundel and Northumberland
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  • of the fourth Duke of Norfolk, afterwards Earl of Arundel [see Howard, Philtp]. On the 3rd king and queen slept at Sittingbourne, and next day Philip
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  • the head of a party of peers, the earls of Warwick, 'Arundel and Nottingham, and Henry, earl of Derby, the son of John of Impeach- ment of the kiug°'s
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  • the 20th of Nov. the 8th of James I. 1610, and were made between the Right Noble and Honourable Thomas Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Thomas Earl of Suffolk
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  • in the council—the party of the statesmen, composed of Paget, Sussex, Arundel, Pembroke, Lord William Howard, the Marquis of Winchester, Sir Edward Hastings
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  • the presence of Arlington, Arundel of Wardour, and Sir Thomas Clifford, at which it was resolved to communicate the intended conversion of king and realm
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  • her passion for Philip had been gratified. To complete her work and her happiness, it remained to bring back her subjects to the bosom of the Catholic Church
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  • colonized by men of English race. The Desmonds were Irish in all but pride of blood. The Barretts, Condons, Courcies, Savages, Arundels, Carews and others
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  • live at her beads like a good antient lady.'—John Bradford to the Earls of Arundel, Shrewsbury, Derby, and Pembroke: Strype's Memorials, vol. vi. p. 340
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