22 de nov. de 2023 · Mr. Pallmer sold it in 1829 to the Dowager Countess of Liverpool, who resided here with Mr. R. H. Jenkinson, nephew of the first Earl of Liverpool. It is now occupied by the White Rose Laundry. The handsome grounds set with cedars, and the arms of the Evelyns on the lodge still remain.
27 de nov. de 2023 · The book contains the most comprehensive and exhaustive account to date of British racial violence in 1919, examining not only the notorious and lethal June riots in Liverpool and in Cardiff, Newport and Barry, but earlier and less known incidents in Glasgow, South Shields, London, Hull and Salford.
30 de nov. de 2023 · 1714 COWPER (née CLAVERING), Mary, Countess, Lady of the Bedchamber, 2nd wife of 1st Earl Cowper. Diary, 1714–23, with gaps, of court gossip and scandal. Available on Women's Language and Experience mf pt. 1 (Adam Matthew, 1996).
27 de nov. de 2023 · Footnotes South Side The whole of this side of the street west of Park Street is now occupied by the north front of Grosvenor House, Park Lane, and the houses here were all demolished in 1927–8. No. 33, old Grosvenor House itself, is described in Chapter XIII. Nos. 25–30 (demolished).
16 de nov. de 2023 · Mary Villiers was the penniless second wife of George Villiers, who on his death became the Countess of Buckingham. She very quickly realised her beautiful second son George had the ability to become an influential political figure.
26 de nov. de 2023 · Countess Mary often visited the abbey until her death in 1377, when she requested burial before the high altar. The united manors, usually styled WATERBEACH WITH DENNY, to which almost the whole parish belonged, remained with the abbey until its surrender in 1539. They were sold that year to Edward Elrington.