The new peerage; or, ancient and present state of the nobility of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Containing a genealogical account of all the peers; whether by tenure, summons, or creation; their descents and collateral branches; their births, marriages, issue; chief seats, paternal coats of arms, crests and supporters. Together with Literal translations of the mottoes. To which is added, the extinct peerage, comprehending as authentic account of our peers, from the earliest times; and an alphabetical index of all noble family names; and title of their eldest sons. The Third edition considerably improved.
- Kimber, Edward, 1719-1769.
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London : printed for W. Owen, in the Fleet-street; L. Davis, in Holborn; and J. Debrett, successor to Mr. Almon, opposite Burlington-house in Piccadilly, 1784.
3v.,plates ; 8⁰.
The third edition, considerably improved. ..
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