No Earls Allowed

No Earls Allowed

The Survivors Series: Third Son's a Charm (Book 1) No Earls Allowed (Book 2) An Affair With a Spare (Book 3) Praise for Third Son's a Charm: "Shana Galen's deliciously brooding hero and delightfully quirky heroine turn this tale of ...

Author: Shana Galen

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ISBN: 9781492639022

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It is a truth universally acknowledged that a lady can do anything a man can do: backwards and in high-heeled dancing slippers. Lady Juliana, daughter of the Earl of St. Maur, needs all the help she can get. She's running a ramshackle orphanage, London's worst slumlord has illicit designs on her, and her father has suddenly become determined to marry her off. Enter Major Neil Wraxall, bastard son of the Marquess of Kensington, sent to assist Lady Juliana in any way he can. Lucky for her, he's handy with repairs, knows how to keep her and the orphans safe, and is a natural leader of men. Unfortunately for both of them, the scandal that ensues from their mutual attraction is going to lead them a merry dance... The Survivors Series: Third Son's a Charm (Book 1) No Earls Allowed (Book 2) An Affair With a Spare (Book 3) Praise for Third Son's a Charm: "Shana Galen's deliciously brooding hero and delightfully quirky heroine turn this tale of adventure into an endearing love story that kept me up all hours reading....Wonderful!"—Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author "Shana Galen delivers again!...A sharp, poignant battle of wills between a wonderful wounded hero and the only heroine brave enough to get past his defenses. Don't miss it!" —Eileen Dreyer, New York Times bestselling author "Shana Galen charms readers with poignant and unforgettable characters, humor, and a passionate page-turning tale that's impossible to put down... Galen is an amazing talent and never disappoints."—Lorraine Heath, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author
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The English Reports House of Lords 1677 1865

The English Reports  House of Lords  1677 1865

Then “ it is ordered by the House that the proxies of absent peers of Ireland shall
be allowed , notwithstanding that they have no land in this kingdom . ” On the
10th of July 1661 , the proxy of the Earl of Waterford and Wexford , assigned to
the ...

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3 papers relating to claims by successive earls of Shrewsbury to the lord stewardship of Ireland

3 papers relating to claims by successive earls of Shrewsbury to the lord stewardship of Ireland

No . “ Earl of Shrewsbury , Weisford , and Waterford , ” is further described as “ H
10 , p . 14 . “ Seneschal of Ireland , ” with ... Earl of Shrewsbury , petitioned His
said late Majesty , Petition of Charles 15th Earl to perform praying to be allowed
to ...

Author: Parliament lords, proc, Vict

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Memorials of the Montgomeries earls of Eglinton family papers ed with biogr notices by W Fraser

Memorials of the Montgomeries  earls of Eglinton  family papers  ed   with biogr  notices  by W  Fraser

The fifth and last point was , that they might be allowed to bring proof that the
indictment annexed “ to the pannel ' s information was the original indictment , in
which they said ... Accordingly , the Court would not allow a proof of this point .

Author: sir William Fraser

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Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic of the Reign of Henry VIII

Letters and Papers  Foreign and Domestic  of the Reign of Henry VIII

The Earl , being appointed deputy by patent , shall make no war or peace with
the Irish without the assent of a majority of the council . Conditions touching
coyne and livery : The Earl shall not allow unlawful occupation of lands ; shall not
 ...

Author: Great Britain. Public Record Office

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000349262

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The Melvilles Earls of Melville and the Leslies Earls of Leven Correspondence

The Melvilles  Earls of Melville  and the Leslies  Earls of Leven  Correspondence

The adverse partie in common justice was allowed to sie and answer , and the
second of June assigned them for that effect , the council being adjourned to that
time . Beyond the ordinary forme , that there might be no ground of clamour ...

Author: Sir William Fraser

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ISBN: UOM:39015027325490

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The Earls of Cromartie

The Earls of Cromartie

there admission , but lett the prooff goe before the conclusion ; and , however , all
that wee say is true , and our resolution to admitt all tryed truths is just ; no
reasone then to leave us ; and no Christian prudence will allow the ingrossing of
other ...

Author: Sir William Fraser

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ISBN: UOM:39015088654325

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Introductions and Illustrations of the Annandale Family Book of the Johnstones Earls and Marquises of Annandale

Introductions and Illustrations of the Annandale Family Book of the Johnstones  Earls and Marquises of Annandale

Teviot was to pay £ 16,000 at London at the term following , the earl allowing him
eight per cent of interest thereon . The remainder of ... But no doubt the Dutch
upbringing of Teviot largely accounts for his deficiency in spelling . A monument ...

Author: Sir William Fraser

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ISBN: UOM:39015004307305

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Reports from Select Committees of the House of Commons and Evidence Communicated to the Lords

Reports from Select Committees of the House of Commons  and Evidence  Communicated to the Lords

... call it removal from the roll , because the roll was not altered ; but he was not
allowed to vote in respect of the old peerage . 449. ... Then , simply as a matter of
procedure , would there be any objection to the addition of another Earl of Mar ?

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords

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ISBN: OXFORD:555100235

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Collectanea genealogica ed by J Foster

Collectanea genealogica  ed  by J  Foster

difficult to avoid the conclusion that the nephew and heir - ofline of the late Earl of
Mart is the lawful possessor of the ancient ... notorious fact that the Earls of Mar
continuously protested against such precedence having not been allowed them !

Author: Collectanea

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ISBN: OXFORD:600019159

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Journals of the House of Lords

Journals of the House of Lords

Duke of Clarence the Name , Title and Honour of Earl “ fallen under the
Displeasure of the Conqueror : Dug“ of ... though , together with the “ that his
Claim was not allowed by the King : The Property of the Earls of Clare in different
Parts of the ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10213155

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Members of Parliament Scotland

Members of Parliament  Scotland

difficult to avoid the conclusion that the nephew and heir - ofline of the late Earl of
Mart is the lawsul possessor of the ancient ... notorious fact that the Earls of Mar
continuously protested against such precedence having not been allowed them !

Author: Joseph Foster

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ISBN: UCLA:31158001587921

Category: Great Britain

Page: 360

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The flight of the earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell or The earls own account of the causes which compelled them to leave Ulster in the autumn of 1607

The flight of the earls  of Tyrone and Tyrconnell  or  The earls  own account of the causes which compelled them to leave Ulster in the autumn of 1607

The afflicted Earl further entreats Salisbury to induce the King to explain "
thetenour of his late patent , hebeing not a little ... Herenagh lands , but the
Protestant prelates boldly claimed ( and had their claim allowed ) to hold them in
demesne .

Author: George Hill

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ISBN: PRNC:32101002411385

Category: Ireland

Page: 34

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A Genealogical History of the Dormant

A Genealogical History of the Dormant

YORK , EARLS OF BUR2ndly , George , Earl of Dalhousie ) he left no issue at his
decease , which occurred 17 ... was who , were it not for the attainder of 1746 ,
would also be EARL allowed the barony of Clifford , created by writ of summons ...

Author: Bernard Burke

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000009135

Category: Baronetage

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The Agnostic Journal and Eclectic Review

The Agnostic Journal and Eclectic Review

Seeing that the noble Lord's advice was Earl of Dundonald ( who was not a
candidate ) received acted upon , although I was not even allowed to reply , I 1
vote ; the Earl of Morton , 3 ; and the Marquis of wish to take this opportunity of
giving ...

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The Saturday Review of Politics Literature Science and Art

The Saturday Review of Politics  Literature  Science and Art

or more . way , when the notoriously incapable and silly Earl of Mar de- claim or
not , this is not the weak point in his case . ... of the Scottish Courts carry no rights
or privileges except that of bearing the shadow would have been allowed .

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Reports from the Lords Committees Touching the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm c c

Reports from the Lords Committees Touching the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm   c   c

The Word “autres Grantz” may have been used to describe those Members of the
King's Council who were not Earls or ... the Son of the Earl of Kent was restored
to the Lands of his Father, and the Widow was allowed her Dower by the King, ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Committee Touching the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm

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ISBN: UOM:39015084572000

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Reports from the Lords Committees Touching the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm c c

Reports from the Lords Committees Touching the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm   c   c

The Word “ autres Grantz ” may have been used to describe those Members of
the King's Council who were not Earls or ... and the Son of the Earl of Kent was
restored to the Lands of his Father , and the Widow was allowed her Dower by
the ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Committee on the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm

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ISBN: WISC:89099206872

Category: Nobility

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The Builder

The Builder

Morley & Letts, surveyors, Earls CourtI'O8 C1 :E. K. Wilson, Sussex-place (
accepted) £281 19 2 [The entire work to be finished in eighteen days.]
RENSINGTON.—For sundry repairs at No. 27, Longridge-road, Earl's Court, S.W.
Messrs. Morley ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015080309563

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The constitution of England or An account of English government A new edition

The constitution of England  or  An account of English government     A new edition

They assumed to themselves , and were allowed by the king , the title of judges of
the parliament ; Trials of Simon they ... son of Edmund , Earl of Arundel , alleged
in the same parliament , by the great charter no earl , baron , or other person of ...

Author: Jean Louis de Lolme

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ISBN: BL:A0022691879

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