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A List of the present PARLIAMENT, distinguished thus · k. g. Knights of the Garter.

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u. á. Under Age. k. b. Knights of the Bath.

Don't Gt in the House. kit. Knights of the Thifile.

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Scotch Peers.

E A R L S 85.
A List of the House of Peers 1733.
À

George Talbot Earl of Shrewsbury.

James Stanley Earl of Derby.
DU KES
29.

Theophilus Hastings Earl of Huntingtone
IS R. H. Frederick P. of Wales. k.g. Henry Herbert Earlof Pembroke.
His R.H.Wm. D. of Cumberland.k.g. Henry Clinton Earl of Lincoln, u. a.

Philip Howard Duke of Norfolk. * Charles Howard Earlof Suffolk.
Charles Seymour Duke of Somerset. k. g. James Cecil Earl of Salisbury. u. a.
William Fitzroy Duke of Cleveland.

Brownlow Cecil Earl of Exeter:
Charles Lenos Duke of Richmond. k.g. John Sidney Earl of Leicester. k. b.
Charles Fitzroy Duke of Grafton. k.g. James Compton Earl of Northampton.
Henry Somerset Duke of Beautorti

Edward Rich Eari of Warwick and Holland.
Charles Beauclerk Duke of St. Albans. k. b. William Fielding Earl of Denbigh.

Thomas Fane Earl of Westmoreland.
The following were created Dukes fince the Henry Bowes Howard Earl of Berklhire.
Revolution.

John Savage Earl Rivers.
Charles Powlet Duke of Bolton. k. g.

Charles Mordaunt Earl of Peterborough. ki g.
Thomas Osborne Duke of Leeds. u. a.

Harry Grey Earl of Stamford.
John Russel Duke of Bedford..

Daniel Finch E. Winchellea & Nottingham.
William Cavendish Duke of Devonshire. Philip Dormer Stanhope E. of Chesterfield.k.g.
Edmund Sheffield D. of Buckinghamshire. u.a. Sacville Tutton Earl of Thanet.
John Manners Duke of Rutland, k.g.

Charles Spencer Earl of Sunderland.
John Montagu Duke of Montagu. k. g. k. bi i Nicholas Leake Earl of Scaridale.
James Graham Duke of Montrole. 1. p. John Mountague Earl of Sandwich. u. a.
Charles Douglass. Dute of Dover. *

Henry Hyde Earl of Clarendon and Rochester,
Henry de Grey Duke of Kent. k. g.

William Capel Earl of Ellex. k. t. James Hamilton Duke of Brandon. kit. George Brudenel Earl of Cardigan. Peregrine Bertie Duke of Ancaster.

Arthur Annesley Earlof Anglesey.
Evelyn Pierpoint Duke of Kingston. u.a. Charles Howard Earl of Carlisle.
Thomas Pelham Duke of Newcastle. k.gi Thomas Bruce Earle of Aylesbury.
William Bentistk Duke of Portland. 1 Richard Boyle Earl of Burlington. k...

John Campbel Duke of Greenwich. k. g. Antłłony, Aihley Cooper Earl of Shaftsbury,
William Montagu Duke of Manchester. k. b. . Gecrge Henry Lee Earl of Litchfield.
James Brydges Duke of Čbandos. k.R. John Roberts Earl of Radnor.
Lionel Cranfield Sackville D. of Dorset. k. 8. James Berkeley Earl of Berkeley. k. g.
Scroop Egerton Duke of Bridgwater.

Montagu Venables Bertie Earl of Abingdon.
MARQUISSES 3.

Baptist Noel Earl of Gainiborough. William Herbert Marquis of Powis.

Robert Darcy Earl of Holderness. u. a. John Hay Marquis of Tweedale. lop:

Didier Lewis Windfor Hickman, of Plym. 4.2. William Ker Marquis of Lothian, i.pi

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Tbe foliowing 12 created since tbe Revolution. Simon Harcourt Viscount Harcourt.
William Stafford Howard Earl of Stafford. Pattee Byng Viscount Torrington. u. a
Richard
Lumley Earlof Scarborough. k. go

BARONS 60.
George Booth Earl of Warrington.

William Nevil Lord Abergavenny.
Henry Newport Earl of Bradford.

James Touchet Lord Audley.*
Frederick Zulestein Earl of Rochford.

Algernoon Seymour Lord Percy.
William Anne Van Kepel E. of Albemarle.k.b. John Weft Lord De la War. k. b.
William Coventry Earl of Coventry.

Hugh Fortescue Lord Clinton. k. b.
William Villiers Earl of Jersey.

William Ward Lord Dudley and Ward.
Henry D'Auverquerque E. of Grantham. k.g. Thomas Stourton Lord Stourton. *
John Poulet Earl Poulet.

Richard Verney Lord Willoughby de Brook.
Francis Godolphin Earl of Godolphin.

Hugh Willoughby L. Will. of Parham. u. a. -
George Cholmondeley Earl of Cholmondeley. William North Lord North and Grey.
John Lindsay Earl of Crawfurd. f. p. William Ferdinand Carey Lord Hunsdon.
John Sutherland E. of Sutherland. k. t. f. p. John St. John Lord St. John of Bletího.
John Lesly Earl of Rothes. f. p.

Robert Petre Lord Petre. u. a.
George Douglass Earl of Morton. f. P

Henry Arundel Lord Arundel of Wardour *
David Areskine Earl of Buchan. 1. p.

Charles Dormer Lord Dormer. *
Tho. Hamilton E. of Haddingtown. k.t. l.p. Henry Roper Lord Teynham. u. a.
Charles Hamilton Earl of Selkirk. f. p.

Francis Creville Lord Brook. . a.
Juhn Murray Earl of Dunmore. k. t. 1. p. Nevil Lovelace Lord Lovelace.
George Hamilton Earl of Orkney. k. t. 1. p. Henry Maynard Lord Maynard.
Alexander Hume E. of Marchmont. k.t. 1.p. Charles Bruce Lord Bruce.

John Dalrymple Earl of Stair. k. t. lop. Edward Leigh Lord Leigh.
Charles Hupe Earl of Hopton. S. p.

William Byron Lord Byron.
Archibald Campbel Earl of Ilay: 1. po

Marmaduke Langdale Lord Langdale.
The following created since ibe Union. William Berkeley Lord Berkeley of Stratton.
Edward Harley Earl of Oxford.

Charles Cornwallis Lord Cornwallis.
Thomas Wentworth Earl of Strafford. k. Charles Townshend Lord Lynn.
Henry Shirley Earl of Ferrers.

John Arundel Lord Arundel of Trerice.
William Legg Earl of Dartmouth.

William Craven Lord Craven.
Henry Paget Earl of Uxbridge.

John Carteret Lord Carteret.
Lewis Watson Earl of Rockingham. u. a.

William Stawel Lord Stawel.
Charles Bennet Earl of Tankerville. k. C. Francis North Lord Guilford.
Heneage Finch Earl of Aylesford.

Edward Griffin Lord Griffin.
John Harvey Earl of Briftol.

The following were created Lords fince rbe
George Montagu Earl of Hallifax. k.br

Revolution.
Talbot Yelverton Earl of Sussex. u. a.

Charles Butler Lord Butler of Weston.
William Cowper Earl Cowper.

Henry Herbert Lord Herbert of Cherbury
Philip Stanhope Earl Stanhope. u. a.

Maurice Thompson Lord Haversham.
Philip Sherrard Earl of Harborough.

Gilbert Vane Lord Barnard.
George Parker Earl of Macclesfield.

John Leveson Gower Lord Gower.
Thomas Farmer Earl of Pomfret. k. b. Francis Seymour Conway Lord Conway.
Robert Ker Earl Ker. (Marq. Beaumont) John Boyle Lord Boyle (E. Orrery).
Benjamin Mildmay Earl Fitzwalter.

George Hay Lord Hay (E. Kinnoul).
John Ashburnham Earl of Alhburnham. Thomas Windsor Lord Montjoy.
Spencer Compton Earl of Wilmington. k. b. Thomas Mansel Lord Mansel. ú. a.
James Waldgrave Earl Waldgrave.

Francis Willoughby Lord Middleton.
Francis Howard Earl of Effingham.

Thomas Trevor Lord Trevor.
VISCOUNTS 15.

George Granville Lord Lansdown.
Price Devereux Viscount Hereford.

Samuel Malham Lord Masham.
Anthony Brown Viscount Montacute. * Thomas Foley Lord Foley.
Laurence Fienes Viscount Say and Sele.

Allen Bathurst Lord Bathurst.
Thomas Bellasys Vifccuni Falconbergb.* Thomas Onslow Lord Onslow.
Charles Townshend Viscount Townshend. k.g. Robert Martham Lord Romney. u. a.
Thomas Thynne Visccune Weymouth.

Charles Cadogan Lord Cadogan.
William Hairon l'iscount Hatton.

Mathew Ducie Morton Lord Ducie.
The following 8 cuere created Viscounts fince Robert Walpole Jun. Lord Walpole. k. by
tbe Revolution.

Peter King Lord King L. A. Cban.
Henry Lowther Viscourir Lonsdale

John Hobart Lord Hobart. k. b.
Henry Obrian Viscount Tadcaster.

John Monson Lord Monson. k. b.
Henry St. John Viscount St. John,

Thomas Wentworth Lord Malton. k. be
Richard Temple Viscount Cobham.

Thomas Coke Lord Lovel. k.b.
Hugh Boscawen Viscount Falmouchou

William Stanhope Lord Harrington.
John Wallop Vifceuwe Lymington.

Robert Raymond Lord Raymond.

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