Baronets' eldest sons, their pre- Bedchamber, Ladies of the. 139; cedence, 56 ; younger sons, their Women, 139. precedence, 57. Beefeaters, 134. Baronets of England, 196; numbers Benefit of Peerage, 192. created since 1611, 531; of Great Bishops, 364; English Sufragan, Britain, 196; of Ireland, 196 ; their precedence, 45; Irish Suf numbers created since 1619, 531; fragan, their precedence, 46; and of Scotland or Nova Scotia, 196 ; Archbishops,chronological lists of. numbers created since 1625, 531; since the Reformation, 569; seat of the United Kingdom, 196; the in the House of Lords, 143. committee of, 195; claims, 195; Bishoprics and Archbishopries in costumes of, 484. the United Church of Englaad Baronets' sons to be knighted, 195. and Ireland, 371; changes in. Baronies Jure Uxoris, 158. effected by the Church Tempe Barons, 180; their precedence, 47, ralities Bill (Ireland), 390. 48, 49, 53; issue of, their titles, Bluemantle, 298. 204; robes and coronets of, 482 ; Board of Trade and Plantations, titular, 205. 263; list of Presidents of the, she Baron, chief, of the Exchequer, 329; the Revolution, 647. list of, since the Revolution, 640; Bristol, the bishoprie of, 576; bi Puisne of the Exchequer, 329; shops, list of, since the Reforma Puisne of the Exchequer, their tion, 568. precedence, 52. Budget, 275. C. precedence, 55; Dean of the Order Cambridge, Duke of, his income. of the, 239; Esquires of the, 240; 122; University of, 397. Genealogist of the Order of the, Canons, 362. 239; Great Master of the Order Canterbury, the Archbishopric of of the, 238 ; installation of 371; the Archbishop of his pre Knights of the, 466 ; investiture cedence, 31; list of, since the of Knights of the, 471; Knights Reformation, 562. Commander of the, 237 ; their Captain of the Gentlemen-at-Arms, precedence, 55; Knights Grand 133 ; of the Yeomen of the Guard Cross of the, 236; their prece- 134; Royal Navy, 41% dence, 55; Order of the, 234; Carlisle, the bishopric of, $33; EOfficer of Arms to the second and shops of, list of, since the Refur third classes in, 240; Registrar of mation, 570. the Order of the, 239; Secretary Carrick, Earldom of, 190. to the Order of the, 240; Secre- Cashel, Emly, Waterford, and Lis tary to the second and third more, the bishopric of, 384. classes in the, 240; robes and in- Ceremonies, 437; and costumes, signia of the Order of the, 493; 435; Master of the, 132. Usher to the Order of the, 240. Chamberlain, Lord Great, 281, han Bath and Wells, the bishopric of, precedence, S3, 36, 39, 42, 46, kust 373; Bishops of, list of, since the of, since the Revolution, 618: d Reformation, 566. the Household, 198: bis prece dence, 34, 37, 39, 42, 47; of Lon. Clerical precedence, 70. Clerk of the Cheque to the GentleChampion, the Queen's, 292. men at Arms, 133; to the Yeomen Chancellor of the Order of the Gar- of the Guard, 135. ter, 223; of St. Michael and St. Clerk of the Closet to the Queen, 137. George, 244; St. Patrick, 232 ; Clogher, the bishopric of, 385. the Thistle, 228. Clonfert, the bishopric of, 387. cedence, 32; list of, since the Re- Cloyne, the bishopric of, 385. College, 393. his precedence, 50; list of, since Colleges at Cambridge, account of the Revolution, 633; of the Duchy the, 397; in London, account of of Lancaster, his precedence, 51; the, 399; colleges at Oxford, ac of the University of Oxford, 392. count of the, 395. Chancellors, the Vice, 331; their pre- Colonial Honourables, 211; Secre cedence, 51, 52; chronological list tary, 277 and 280 ; chronological of, 638. list of, since 1768, 629. Chapel Royal, Dean of the, 137. Commander in Chief, 404; list of Chaplains, 359; Royal, 138. since the Revolution, 648. Chapter, Dean and, 363. Commanders, Royal Navy, 414. Chargé d' Affaires, 303. Commissary General, 405. Chester, the Bishopric of, 374 ; Bi- Committee of the Privy Council, shops of, list of, since the Refor- Judicial, 262. mation, 572 ; Earldom of, 120 ; Commodore, 414, Herald, 298. Common Councilman. 419. Chichester, the Bishopric of, 374 ; Common Pleas, Chief Justice of the, bishops of, list of, since the Re- 327 ; his precedence, 51; list of, formation, 574. since the Revolution, 638. Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 329 ; Common Sergeant of London, 422. his precedence, 51; list of, since Commons, mode of sitting in the the Revolution, 640; Equerry House of, 271; the place of meet137 ; Justice of the Common Pleas, ing of the, 270 ; Speaker of the, 327; his precedence, 51; list of, 271 ; his precedence, 48; list of, since the Revolution, 638; of the since the Revolution, 631. Queen's Bench, 323; his prece- Comptroller of the Household, 128. dence, 51; list of, since the Revo- his precedence, 48. lution, 636; Secretary for Ireland, Conferences, Parliamentary, 459. 307. Connor, the bishopric of, 386. Chivalry, the Court of, 295, 285. Constable, Lord High, 284; his Church, The, 352; numerical con- precedence, 34, 37, 39, 42, 46; stitution of the, 543; Temporali- list of, since the Revolution, ties Act (Ireland), 390. 619. Claims to Peerages, 186, Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, the bishopClarenceux, 297. ric of, 385. Clergy, duties and privileges of the, Corporate authorities, 416; counties, 356; qualifications of the, 357. 426. U u Corporations, aggregate and sole, 417. Coronations, 438. Coroner, 432; number of, in each county, 552. Coronet of Barons, 482, 501 ; Dukes, 479, 501; Earls, 481, 501; Marquises, 480, 501; the Prince of Wales, 477, 499; Princes of the blood, 478, 499; Viscounts, 481, 501. Comwall, Dukedom of, 118. Costumes of the ranks in the peer age, the orders of knighthood, &c., 473. Privy, 262; Lord President of of, since the Revolution, 613. Council of Peers, the Great, 190; the Privy, 257; precedence of its in Ireland, the Privy, 265. land, numerical view of the, 552 ; of the, 554. 425. of, 542 ; table of, 202. succession to the, 95; list of the sion to the, 93; the royal, 477. 123. the Order of the Bath, 239 : of the Order of the Thistle, 228. Demise of the Monarch, 98. Deputy Lieutenant of a county, 427; number of, in each county, 552. of, 386. dence, 58; of Laws, their prect precedence, ib. Dormancy, 172. Down, Connor, and Dromore, the bishopric of, 386. Dromore, the bishoprie of, 386. Dublin, Archbishop of, his prere dence, 32; the archbishopric of 384; Lord Mayor of, 422 ; list of since 1665,667 : University of, 401. Dukes, 173; issue of, their titles 202 and 206; robes and coronets of, 479; their precedence. $. Duration of life among members of the peerage, 182. Durham, Bishop of, his precedente, 44; list of, since the Reforma tion, 576; the bishopric of, $74; university of, 398. E. Earls, 176; their precedence, V. issue of, their titles, 204 and 206, robes and coronets of, 481. of, since the Revolution, 20. of, list of, since the Reformatisk D. 577. Deans, 362; ancient, 363; Rural, Emly, the bishoprie ot, 384. 363 of the Chapel Royal, 137; of England, peers of, 141. England and Wales, bishoprics in, , Gentlemen at Arms, 132; Captain 371. of the, 133; Clerk of the Cheque Ensign of the Yeomen of the Guard, to the, ib.; Harbinger of the, ib. ; 134. Lieutenant of the, ib. ; Standard Envoys, 302. Bearer of the, ib. Equerry, chief, 137. Gentlemen, by blood, 252 ; of coatEsquires, 247; list of persons enti armour, 253; pensioners, 132; of tled to the style of, 248; of the the privy chamber, 131. Bath, 240; their precedence, 57 ; Gentlemen Ushers, daily Waiters, of the Order of St. Patrick, 233; 132; quarterly Waiters, ib.; of by creation, their precedence, 57 i the privy chamber, 131. by office, their precedence, ib.; Gloucester and Bristol, the bishopof the King's body, their prece- ric of, 376; bishops of, list of, dence, ib. since the Reformation, 580. Exchequer, Chancellor of the, 275, Gloucester, Duchess of, her income, his precedence, 50; list of, since 123; Princess Sophia of, her inthe Revolution, 633 ; Chief Baron come, 123. of the, 329; his precedence, 51; Glasgow, university of, 401. list of, since the Revolution, 640. Grand Almoner, hereditary, 129. Exeter, the bishopric of, 375; Grand Master of the Order of St. bishops of, list of, since the Re Patrick, 232. formation, 578. Great Britain, peers of, 142. Exons of the Yeomen of the Guard, Great Chamberlain of England, 281; 134. list of, since the Revolution, 618. Extinction of titles, 161. Great Master of the Order of the Bath, 238. Great Seal, in Scotland, keepers of, Ferns, the bishoprie of, 389. since the Revolution, 659; Com missioners of the, their prece. Foreign Secretary, 277; chronological list of, 627. dence, 48. Porfeiture, 169. Groom of the Stole, 138; Guard, Yeomen of the, 134. Guelphs of Hanover, installation of the Knights of the, 467 ; investiGarter, the Chancellor of the, 223; ture of the Knights of the, 472; his precedence, 50; installations Order of the, 245; numerical in the Order of the, 462; investi- view of the Order of the, 541; ture of the Knights of the, 468; insignia of the Order of the, 519. King of Arms, 225, 297; the Order of the, 219; precedence of Knights of the, 49; the Prelate H. of the, 223; the Registrar of the, 224; robes and insignia of the Harbinger, 133. Order of the, 485; statistical view Heraldy' College, 295. of the Knights of the, 534 ; the Heralds, of Ireland, 300; of ScotUsher of the, 224. land. 298. Genealogist of the Order of the Hereditary dignities, 91. Bath, 239; of St. Patrick, 233. Hereditary Earl Marshal of EngGentleman, 252. land, 291; his precedence, 34. 37. purse, 126. 39; list of, since the Revolution, Judicial Committee of the prity 620. council, 262. Hereditary honours, their prece- Judicial and legal precedence, 69. dence, 62. Justiciary, the court of, 349. Hereford, the bishopric of, 376; bishops of, list of, since the Re K. formation, 582. High Almoner, 130. Keeper, Lord, 316 ; of the great High Steward of the University of seal in Scotland, 659; of the priry Oxford, 393. seal in Scotland, ib.; of the privy Historiographer Royal, 139. Home Secretary, 277; chronologi Kent, Duchess of, her income, 123. cal list of, 626. Kildare, the bishopric of, 866. Honour, Maids of, 139; their titles, Kilfenora, the bishopric of, 387. 210. Killala, the bishopric of, 389. Honourable, the title of, 205. Killaloe, Kilfenora, Clonfert, and Horse, Master of the, 136. Kilmacduagh, the bishopric of, Household, Chamberlain of the, 387. 128 ; Comptroller of the, ib.; Kilmacduagh, the bishopric of, 387. Lord Steward of the, 126; Mas Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh, the ter of the, 128; the Royal, 124; bishopric of, 387. Treasurer of the, 128 ; Vice King, the, 102; can do no wrong. Chamberlain of the, 129. 105; never dies, 96; mode of suiHouse of Lords, 141. dressing letters to the, 107; deiegation of his powers, 107; dures of the, 106. I. King of Arms to the Order of St. Impeachment, 162. Michael and St. George, 944 to India, precedence in, 74. the Order of St. Patrick, -3; to Installations of knights, 461. the Order of the Thistle, 229. Investitures of knights, 467. King's College, London, 400, Ireland, bishoprics in, 383; abolish Knight Bachelor, 215; precedence ed, or combined bishoprics in, 390; amongst, 68. creation of new peers of, 146 ; Knight Banneret, 213; their prece legal functionaries in, 350; Lord dence, 52, 53, Chancellor of, 350; list of, since Knight Marshal, 130. the Revolution, 665; Lord Lieu- Knighthood, 211; for eldest sous tenant of, 306; list of, since the of baronets, 195; persons entitied Revolution, 663; lords justices to confer, 216; persons usually in, 308; the peeraye of, 145; receiving, 218. peers of, 142 ; Knight of the shire, 218. representative bishops of, mode of election, 149; Knights, installations of, 461, is vestitures of, 467. representative peers of, 147; Secretary for, 307; university in, Knights of Windsor, the military. 401. 222; the naval, 223, J. L. precedence amongst, 19. Judge, 312. |