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A Lift of the prefent PARLIAMENT, diftinguished thus:

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Charles Powlet Duke of Bolton. k. g. Thomas Ofborne Duke of Leeds. u. a. John Ruffel Duke of Bedford. William Cavendish Duke of Devonshire. Edmund Sheffield D. of Buckinghamshire. u.a. John Manners Duke of Rutland. k. g. John Montagu Duke of Montagu. k. g. k. b. James Graham Duke of Montrofe. f. p. Charles Douglafs Duke of Dover. * Henry de Grey Duke of Kent. k. g. James Hamilton Duke of Brandon. k.t.* Peregrine Bertie Duke of Ancafter. Evelyn Pierpoint Duke of Kingston. u.a. Thomas Pelham Duke of Newcastle. k. g. William Bentinck Duke of Portland. John Campbel Duke of Greenwich. k. g. William Montagu Duke of Manchester. k. b. James Brydges Duke of Chandos. k. g. Lionel Cranfield Sackville D. of Dorfet. k.g. Scroop Egerton Duke of Bridgwater.


MARQUISSES William Herbert Marquis of Powis. * John Hay Marquis of Tweedale. fp. William Ker Marquis of Lothian, 6, p.

u. a. Under Age. Don't fit in the Houfe.

f. p. Scotch Peers.

EARLS 85. George Talbot Earl of Shrewsbury. James Stanley Earl of Derby. Theophilus Haftings Earl of Huntington, Henry Herbert Earl of Pembroke. Henry Clinton Earl of Lincoln. u. a. Charles Howard Earl of, Suffolk. James Cecil Earl of Salisbury. u. a. Brownlow Cecil Earl of Exeter. John Sidney Earl of Leicester. k. b. James Compton Earl of Northampton. Edward Rich Earl of Warwick and Holland. William Fielding Earl of Denbigh. Thomas Fane Earl of Westmoreland. Henry Bowes Howard Earl of Berkshire. John Savage Earl Rivers. *

Charles Mordaunt Earl of Peterborough. k. g.
Harry Grey Earl of Stamford.

Daniel Finch E. of Winchelfea & Nottingham.
Philip Dormer Stanhope E. of Chesterfield.k.g.
Sacville Tufton Earl of Thanet.
Charles Spencer Earl of Sunderland.
Nicholas Leake Earl of Scaridale.
John Mountague Earl of Sandwich. u. a.
Henry Hyde Earl of Clarendon and Rochester.
William Capel Earl of Elfex. k. t.
George Brudenel Earl of Cardigan.
Arthur Annelley Earl of Anglefey.
Charles Howard Earl of Carlisle.
Thomas Bruce Earle of Aylesbury.
Richard Boyle Earl of Burlington. k. g.
Anthony Athley Cooper Earl of Shaftsbury.
George Henry Lee Earl of Litchfield.
John Roberts Earl of Radnor.
James Berkeley Earl of Berkeley. k. g.
Montagu Venables Bertie Earl of Abingdon

Baptift Noel Earl of Gainsborough.
Robert Darcy Earl of Holderness. u. a.

Other Lewis Wind for HickmanE. of Plym. u.a.



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The following 12 created fince the Revolution. William Stafford Howard Earl of Stafford. * Richard Lumley Earl of Scarborough. k. g. George Booth Earl of Warrington. Henry Newport Earl of Bradford. Frederick Zuleftein Earl of Rochford. William Anne Van Kepel E. of Albemarle.k.b. William Coventry Earl of Coventry. William Villiers Earl of Jersey.

Henry D'Auverquerque E. of Grantham. k.g.
John Poulet Earl Poulet.

Francis Godolphin Earl of Godolphin.
George Cholmondeley Earl of Cholmondeley.
John Lindiay Earl of Crawfurd. f. p.
John Sutherland E. of Sutherland. k. t. f. p.
John Lefly Earl of Rothes. f. p.
George Douglafs Earl of Morton. f. p.
David Arcfkine Earl of Buchan. f. p.
Tho. Hamilton E. of Haddingtown. k.t.f.p.
Charles Hamilton Earl of Selkirk. f. p.
John Murray Earl of Dunmore. k. t. i. p.
George Hamilton Earl of Orkney. k. t. f. p.
Alexander Hume E. of Marchmont. k.t. f.p.
John Dalrymple Earl of Stair. k.t. s.p.
Charles Hope Earl of Hopton. f. p.
Archibald Campbel Earl of Ilay. f. p.

The following created fince the Union.

Edward Harley Earl of Oxford.

u. a.

Thomas Wentworth Earl of Strafford. k. g.
Henry Shirley Earl of Ferrers.
William Legg Earl of Dartmouth.
Henry Paget Earl of Uxbridge.
Lewis Wation Earl of Rockingham.
Charles Bennet Earl of Tankerville. k. t.
Hencage Finch Earl of Aylesford.
John Harvey Earl of Bristol.
George Montagu Earl of Hallifax. k.b.
'Talbot Yelverton Earl of Suffex. u. a.
William Cowper Earl Cowper.
Philip Stanhope Earl Stanhope. u. a.
Philip Sherrard Earl of Harborough.

George Parker Earl of Macclesfield.

Thomas Farmer Earl of Pomfret. k. b.

Robert Ker Earl Ker. (Marq. Beaumont)
Benjamin Mildmay Earl Fitzwalter.
John Afhburnham Earl of Afhburnham.
Spencer Compton Earl of Wilmington. k. b.
James Waldgrave Earl Waldgrave.
Francis Howard Earl of Effingham.


VISCOUNTS 15. Price Devereux Viscount Hereford. Anthony Brown Viscount Montacute. Laurence Fienes Vifcunt Say and Sele. Thomas Bellafys Viscount Falconbergb.* Charles Townshend Vijesunt Townfhend, k.g. Thomas Thynne Viscount Weymouth. William Hatton Viscount Hatton. The following 8 were created Viscounts fince the Revolution.

Henry Lowther Viferunt Lonsdale. Henry Obrian Viscount Tadcaster. Henry St. John Viscount St. John. Richard Temple Viscount Cobham. Hugh Bofcawen Vijesunt Falmouth, John Wallop Viscount Lymingtons

Simon Harcourt Viscount Harcourt. Pattee Byng Viscount Torrington. u. 29 BARONS


William Nevil Lord Abergavenny.
James Touchet Lord Audley.*
Algernoon Seymour Lord Percy.
John Weft Lord De la War. k. b.
Hugh Fortefcue Lord Clinton. k. b.
William Ward Lord Dudley and Ward.
Thomas Stourton Lord Stourton. *
Richard Verney Lord Willoughby de Brook.
Hugh Willoughby L. Will. of Parham. u. a.
William North Lord North and Grey.
William Ferdinand Carey Lord Hunfdon.
John St. John Lord St. John of Bletího.
Robert Petre Lord Petre. u. a. *
Henry Arundel Lord Arundel of Wardour
Charles Dormer Lord Dormer. *
Henry Roper Lord Teynham. u. 2,
Francis Greville Lord Brook. u. a.
Nevil Lovelace Lord Lovelace.
Henry Maynard Lord Maynard.
Charles Bruce Lord Bruce.
Edward Leigh Lord Leigh.
William Byron Lord Byron.

Marmaduke Langdale Lord Langdale.*

William Berkeley Lord Berkeley of Stratton,

Charles Cornwallis Lord Cornwallis.

Charles Townshend Lord Lynn.

John Arundel Lord Arundel of Trerice.
William Craven Lord Craven.

John Carteret Lord Carteret.

William Stawel Lord Stawel.
Francis North Lord Guilford.
Edward Griffin Lord Griffin.

The following were created Lords fince the

Charles Butler Lord Butler of Weston.
Henry Herbert Lord Herbert of Cherbury
Maurice Thompson Lord Haverfham.
Gilbert Vane Lord Barnard.
John Levefon Gower Lord Gower.
Francis Seymour Conway Lord Conway.
John Boyle Lord Boyle (E. Orrery).
George Hay Lord Hay (E. Kinnoul).
Thomas Windfor Lord Montjoy.
Thomas Manfel Lord Manfel. u. a.
Francis Willoughby Lord Middleton,
Thomas Trevor Lord Trevor.
George Granville Lord Lansdown.
Samuel Mafham Lord Masham.
Thomas Foley Lord Foley.
Allen Bathurst Lord Bathurft.
Thomas Onflow Lerd Onflow.
Robert Marsham Lord Romney. u. a.
Charles Cadogan Lord Cadogan.
Mathew Ducie Morton Lord Ducie.
Robert Walpole Jun. Lord Walpole. k. b
Peter King Lord King L. H. Chan.
John Hobart Lord Hobart. k. b.
John Monfon Lord Monfon. k. b.

Thomas Wentworth Lord Maiton. k. b.
Thomas Coke Lord Lovel. k.b.
William Stanhope Lord Harrington.
Robert Raymond Lerd Raymond.


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