3 edition of Verney letters of the eighteenth century from the mss. at Claydon House found in the catalog.
Verney letters of the eighteenth century from the mss. at Claydon House
|Statement||edited by Margaret Maria Lady Verney ...|
|Contributions||Verney, Margaret Maria Williams-Hay, Lady, 1844-1930, ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA485 .V4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||31006878|
will rejoice when for example Lady Yerney in editing the Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century from the MSS. at Claydon House (Ernest Benn, ) shews them Ralph Palmer sending to Ralph Verney 'The Thanksgiving, Second Part ':— Amongst the High Churchmen I find there are sev'rall That stand by the merit of Henry Sacheveral. Edmund died on 8 May at the age of seventy-two. He was remembered as a kindly man who continued his interest in national affairs in his later years. Bibliography. Pritchard, Allan, ed. Vancouver Island Letters of Edmund Hope Verney, – Vancouver: UCB Press,
Francis Mardston to John Verney 28 June I , Verney MSS, Claydon House, Bucks, R Verney references: those with an 'R', e.g. R33, refer to the microfilmed correspondence held in various libraries including the British Library MSS Department M; other references, e.g. , are to the recently catalogued Claydon House papers, copies held. The Verney family can be traced in Buckinghamshire from the 13th century, but its earliest property at Middle Claydon was acquired by the first Sir Ralph Verney about and the house at Pendley across the Hertfordshire border by his son Sir John. Thereafter the family continued to prosper although its successive heads were short-lived; the.
THE period of the Civil War is specially rich in memoirs and collections of family papers ; but in spite of this, it is safe to say that nothing more elucidates the epoch of the Great Rebel- lion than the work before us. These volumes do not, perhaps, give any new historical facts, though they throw a good deal of extra light on facts already known ; but as regards the apprecia- tion of the social. Verney family: Verney letters of the 18 th century from the MSS at Claydon House, edited by Margaret Maria, Lady Verney, Queen Victoria () Fulford, Roger, editor ; Darling Child. Private Correspondence of Queen Victoria and the Crown Princess of Prussia, (The Crown Princess was Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter.
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The Verney family purchased the manor of Middle Claydon in Buckinghamshire, England, in the s and still resides there today at the manor house known as Claydon family had been seated previously at Fleetmarston in Buckinghamshire then at Pendley in is not to be confused with the unrelated but also ancient and prominent Verney family of Compton Verney in Warwickshire.
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Everyday low Author: Margaret Maria Lady Verney [Editor]. The book is based on their letters and the author brings them to life so well, Their story encompasses a Barbary pirate, the King's standard bearer at Edgehill, an MP on the side of Parliament who put conscience before family, a woman who had to try and save the family fortunes, a mad wife, a Levant merchant and many others/5.
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Memoirs of the Verney Family: During the Civil War, Compiled from the Letters and; Illustrated By, the Portraits at Claydon HouseAuthor: Frances Parthenope Verney.
Letters from John Millward [Verney’s agent?] to Lord Verney. Verney, M.M., Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century from MSS at Claydon House, [Buckinghamshire] (), pp.
Samuel. Smith Journal of a tour of Wales Cambridge University Library MS Add/I/2. John Player An Account of a Journey through Wales. History. Claydon has been the ancestral home of the Verney family since  The church of All Saints, Middle Claydon lies less than 50 yards from the house and contains many memorials to the Verney family: among them Sir Edmund Verney, who was chief standard bearer to King Charles I during the English Civil War. Sir Edmund was slain at the Battle of Edgehill on 23 October The Gamekeeper and English Rural Society, - Volume 20 Issue 2 - P.B.
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Letters of a Victorian Naval Officer: Edmund Verney in British Columbia, 5 ALLAN PRITCHARD Among English country houses, Claydon House in Buckinghamshire has two special claims to fam e: it contains eighteenth-century state rooms with magnificent rococo decoration, and it houses a great collection of Verney family papers, especially letters.
Verney, ed., The Vemey Letters of the Eighteenth Century from the MSS. at Claydon House, 2 vols (Benn, ) 2, p. (hereafter Letters); VL34– The database containing records includes every document on reels 46 to 56 of the Verney papers. Over letters from earlier reels were also included in this study.
Google ScholarCited by: 2. Verney, Margaret Maria, ed. Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century from the Manuscripts at Claydon House. London: Ernest Benn Ltd., Vulliamy, C. Aspasia: The Life and Letters of Mary Granville, Mrs Delany (–).
Verney. Letters and papers of the Verney family down to the end of the year ; printed from the original MSS. in the possession of Sir Harry Verney – (Camden Soc. ) Memoirs of the Verney family during the Civil war, compiled from the letters and illustrated by the portraits at Claydon house by F.
Verney Sir Edmund Verney (1 January or 7 April – 23 October ) was an English politician, soldier and favourite of King Charles the outbreak of the English Civil War he supported the Royalist cause and was killed at the Battle of Edgehill. Life. Edmund Verney was the son of Sir Edmund Verney of Pendley Manor near Tring, Buckinghamshire and his third wife Mary Blakeney.
Verney Letters of the Eighteenth Century from the MSS. at Claydon House by Margaret Maria, Verney (pp. ) Review by: W. Laprade DOI: / The house and the house-keeping at Claydon; Vol. Chapter II. The manors and churches of the four Claydons; Vol.
Chapter III. The early history of the Verneys, ; Vol. Chapter IV. The half-brothers, Sir Francis and Sir Edmund Verney. ; Vol. Chapter V. Sir Edmunds four sons- Ralph the heir.
; Vol. Chapter. VERNEY, Ralph, 2nd Earl Verney [I] (), of Claydon House, Bucks. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. R. Sedgwick, Available from Boydell and. The book opens with a good overview of Verney's life by the editor Allan Edmund Hope Verney came from a privileged family and his aunt was Florence Nightingale.
His letters are a fascinating chronicle of life in mid-nineteenth century Victoria.4/5.The American Revolution and the British R. Coupland, M.A., C.I.E., Fellow of All Souls College and Beit Professor of Colonial History in the University of Oxford, Associate Member of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts.[The Sir George Watson Lectures fordelivered before the University of London in the winter of –] (New York: Longmans, Green and Company.