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Dukes of Sutherland and Staffordshire in the early nineteenth century.

Richard Frederick Wisker

Dukes of Sutherland and Staffordshire in the early nineteenth century.

by Richard Frederick Wisker

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leveson-Gower family.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (M.A.)-Univ. of Birmingham, Dept of History.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21213501M

      Trentham was the Staffordshire home of the Leveson-Gower family, the Dukes of Sutherland. In the mid-nineteenth century they were said to be the richest non-royal family in Britain. They owned many other country houses and estates, bound to each other by a large and loyal staff. The resulting archive is : Pamela Sambrook. (13) This would have allowed them fairy free circulation among British abolitionists, and, beginning in early , Stowe and other American abolitionists sent clippings of reviews of Webb's American readings and then, later, letters of introduction to the .

    Staffordshire Figure Benjamin Franklin, Erroneously Labeled by Factory On gilt lined circular base, identified as General Washington 19th Century - SOLD. See Harding, Victorian Staffordshire Figures , Book 1, page (Original condition; H: 15”) - SOLD. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Servants' Story: Managing a Great Country House at nd: Pamela Sambrook.

      In the early nineteenth century, farm buildings were erected which today hold the kitchen and tearoom. In , it was proposed that Tutbury be used as a prison but the Duchy refused to consider it. In , tickets were being sold to tour the castle and by , it was no longer used as a farm. The collection includes many official papers, early seventeenth century to nineteenth century, concerned with positions held by the Legge family. - collections: D(W)/7: letter from T. Pickstock, Dartmouth, to his father Thomas at Newhouse, near Stafford, with news of his return from the `odious climate of Newfoundland',


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This is a list of the 31 present and extant dukes in the peerages of the Kingdom of England, Kingdom of Scotland, Kingdom of Great Britain, Kingdom of Ireland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and after.

For a more complete historical listing, including extinct, dormant, abeyant, forfeit dukedoms in. It was published in Edward Adveno Brooke's book 'Gardens of England'.

Trentham Hall was built in the s for the Dukes of Sutherland. The Caroline house was replaced in the early eighteenth century by one in a Classical style. Capability Brown and Henry Holland worked on the landscape and hall between and The County Asylum, Stafford (St.

George's) The General Lunatic Asylum, or simply Stafford Asylum, was the first of the County Asylums in Staffordshire, opening its doors in It was founded in the wake of an intense debate in the first two decades of the nineteenth century about how the problem of ‘pauper lunacy’ should. The Servants' Story: Managing a Great Country House by Pamela Sambrook: the Staffordshire home of the Leveson-Gower family, the Dukes of Sutherland, who were said in the mid-nineteenth century to be the richest non-royal family in Britain.

Although the social structure was a very strict one in the early nineteenth century, it appears. Trentham was the Staffordshire home of the Leveson-Gower family, the Dukes of Sutherland. In the mid-nineteenth century they were said to be the richest non-royal family in Britain.

They owned many other country houses and estates, bound to each other by a large and loyal staff. The resulting archive is huge/5(5). When this book was first published in it provided precisely what the collector of Staffordshire portrait figures had long required: an extensive photographic record of the 1, or so portrait figures which were produced in the nineteenth century and which encapsulate so much of the history of Victorian England.5/5(5).

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Staffordshire is particularly instructive as a site for the study of asylums. The three County asylums opened between fit into three distinct phases of mental health provision in the nineteenth century, and whilst they occupied areas of the county with different socio-economic characters, all three add a different element to our understanding of the.

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Trentham was the Staffordshire home of the Leveson-Gower family, the Dukes of Sutherland. In the mid-nineteenth century they were said to be the richest non-royal family in Britain.

They owned many other country houses and estates, bound to each other by a large and loyal staff. The resulting archive is huge.

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The resulting archive is huge/5(3). The pair of mid nineteenth century stone gate pier carvings, each modelled as the head of a gothic mythical beast, and when placed together forming half of a substantial capital, originally being located on a gateway pier in the village of Tittensor, part of the Trentham estate, the Staffordshire seat of the Duke of Sutherland.Victorian Staffordshire FiguresBook One is the definitive work on Portrait figures, and also includes Naval and Military, and Theatrical and Literary Characters (including Opera, Ballet, and Circus).

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