|Statement||by E.A., M.A. of Trinity Coll. Dubl.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 8:18.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 5 p.|
Get this from a library! An elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth, Duchess of Ormond, who died July the 21st, [Edmund Arwaker] Transcribed from: Arwaker, Edmund, d. An elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth Duchess of Ormond, who died July the 21st London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, 5 p. Title from table of contents page (viewed Jan. 24, ). Description: 1 online resource: Details: Mode of access: World Wide :// An elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth, Duchess of Ormond, who died July the 21st, by E.A., M.A. of Trinity Coll. :// Arwaker, Edmund , An Elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth Duchess of Ormond, Who died July the 21st By E. A. (London: Printed by Tho. Newcomb, ) [ ArwakE,ElegyOH ].
The Life of James, Duke of Ormond Containing an Account of the Most Remarkable Affairs of His Time, and Particularly of Ireland Under His Government; With Appendix and a Collection of Letters, Serving to Verify the Most Material Facts in the Said :// Lieutenant-General James FitzThomas Butler, 1st Duke of Ormond, KG, PC (–), was an Irish statesman and soldier, known as Earl of Ormond from to and Marquess of Ormond from to Following the failure of the senior line of the Butler family, he was the second representative of the Kilcash branch to inherit the ://,_1st_Duke_of_Ormonde. Letitia, widow of Major Burton Johnson, who died July 3rd, , whilst a passenger on board the ship Mermaid on a passage from the Island of Antigua towards Liverpool. Letitia Johnson was a daughter of the Rev. Henry Cole, Rector of Derryloran, County Fermanagh, the brother of Elizabeth; married to sir Patrick Keith of Innerugie. 3. Marion, married to Henry Stuart of Rosyth. He died before the year , and was succeeded by his only son, X. Sir JAMES OGILVIE of Lintrethan, who got a charter of the lands of Kinnell, Haddington's collections. &c. anno , which had been apprized by the king from Hugh lord Frazer, &
IV) SIR WILLIAM BOYNTON [ - ] son of Ingelram de Boynton (III), a 21st March, 3 Edw. II (). In he appears as a juror, and 22nd October, , he appears with others who say that Peter de Brus held of the King in chief sixteen Knights fees, whereof Roger de Merley held two in Burton Annes and elsewhere, William de Bovington one fee and half a carucate of land in At Oxford Streater painted too the chapel at All-souls, except the Resurrection, which is the work of Sir James Thornhill. Vertue Page 10 saw a picture, which he commends, of a Dr. Prujean *, in his gown and long hair, one hand on a death's head, and the other on some books, with this inscription, Amicitiae ergo pinxit er: And in the possession of a captain Streater, the portrait of ?rgn=main;view=fulltext. Amongst the entries of him that made her Grace a table oL the chamber and robes, are the follow- walnut tree, forty-four shillings and nine ing. " Paid to John Spithonius, the pence; and to Mrs. Cock's servant, who seventeenth of May, for books, and to brought her Grace a sturgeon, six and Mr. Allin for a bible, twenty-seven shil- eight-pence."?rgn=main;view=fulltext. In it was a record of family marriages, births, and deaths. Isaac Sch umacher, the head of the family, was born in C resheim in Germany, married in Pennsylvania Sarah Hendricks, who was born in the same town, the 2d of 10 mo., She died a widow the 15th June, , her husband having died ?rgn=main;view=fulltext.