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many private familys rose at last to the Crown of England; I mean King Henry 4th.

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Having thus brought our Family through its highest pitch of Wealth and Greatness, to its final Fall from both, tho it be but an uncomfortable prospect to consider what Estate it once had, and of which nothing but the Memory has, for many Ages remain’d to it; yet I will give the best Account I can of the Lands belonging to our Family, as I have already done of those who possess’d them.

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6 Cognizance of Richard the 2d. A White Hart couchant gorged with a Gold Chain and Coronet under a Tree, derived from the Princess Joan his Mother. Pegges Curialia p. 104. E. B:

COUNTY. MANNORS AND ESTATES. Bedford Mannor of Shevington. Cumberland Castle and Mannor of Lydel. Del-by Mannor of Chesterfield.

Essex Mannor of Colne-Wake.

Hartford Mannor of Ware.

Leicester Village and Mannor of Atterton.

Lincoln Castle and Mannors of Brun, Deeping, and Kelby.

Norfolk Mannor of Stow-bydon.

Rutland Mannor of Witchenden.

Westmorl“: Mannor of Merton.

York. Mannors of, Cotyngham, Wither

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THE THIRD BOOK.

WE have now beheld this ancient Family in its highest pitch of Wealth and Honour: We have follow’d it from its first Rise in one of the 55:; Greatest and bravest Men of his Age, to its

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in which he lived. We have seen it grow, and encrease, by the Accession of the Riches of several noble Familys which by Marriage, emptied their possessions into it: And we have seen it expire, at last, by the same Means: both its Honour and Estate being carried off by an Heiress, into another Family, and having those who remain’d of our Name, in a very moderate, but for that very Reason, a more

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