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" ... if captain Carteret had been suffered to have taken that charge, his interest and reputation in the navy was so great, and his diligence and dexterity in command so eminent, that it was generally believed,* he would, against whatsoever the earl of... "
A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ... - Page 102
by Sir Bernard Burke - 1866 - 636 pages
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: To which ..., Volume 3

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1826
...substituted in the place : whereas if captain Carteret had been suffered to have taken that charge, his interest and reputation in the navy was so great,...the earl of Warwick could have done, have preserved a major part of the fleet in their duty to the king. The misfortunes which happened after, and are...
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: To which ..., Volume 3

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1826
...was so great, and his diligence and dexterity in command so eminent, that it was generally believed,8 he would, against whatsoever the earl of Warwick could have done, have preserved a major part of the fleet in their duty to the king. The misfortunes which happened after, and are...
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A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ...

John Burke - 1831 - 631 pages
...and dexterity in command 114 to eminent, that it was generally believed he would, against whatsover the Earl of Warwick could have done, have preserved...family to Jersey ; but subsequently returned to aid the projects of the royalists, when he was created by King Charles a baronet, 9th May, 1645. He again,...
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The Guernsey and Jersey Magazine, Volumes 1-2

1836
...error. For, to use his own words, if Captain Carteret had been suffered to have taken that charge, his interest and reputation in the navy was so great,...the earl of Warwick could have done, have preserved a major part of the fleet in their duty to the king. Upon this, Sir George withdrew himself with his...
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An Account of the Island of Jersey: With an Appendix of Records, &c

Philip Falle - Jersey (Channel Islands) - 1837 - 476 pages
...Error. For (to use his own (t) Words) if Captain Carteret had been suffered to /tare taken that Charge, his Interest and Reputation in the Navy was so great,...the Earl of Warwick could have done, have preserved a major Part of the Fleet in their Duty to the King. Upon this, Sir George withdrew himself with his...
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Cęsarea: or, An account of Jersey. To which are added, Notes and ...

Philip Falle - 1837
...Reputation in the Navy tvas so great, and his Diligence and Dexterity in Command so eminent, that it iflas generally believed, he would, against whatsoever the Earl of Warwick could have done, have, preserved a major Part of the Fleet in their Duty to the King. Upon this, Sir George withdrew himself with his...
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A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies ...

sir John Bernard Burke - 1838
...command of the king. Upon which Lord Clarendon observes, " his interest and reputation in the navy wae so great, and his diligence and dexterity in command...family to Jersey; but subsequently returned to aid the projects of the royaliste, when he was created by King CHARLES a BARONKT, 9th May, 1645. He again,...
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A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies ...

John Burke - 1838
...Lord Clarendon observes, " his interest and reputation in the navy was so great, and his diligence und dexterity in command so eminent, that it was generally...family to Jersey; but subsequently returned to aid the projects of the royalists, when he was created by A'j»; CHARLES a BARON ьт, 9th May, 16«. He again,...
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The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, Volume 3

Edward Hyde (1st earl of Clarendon.) - 1839
...the navy was so great, and his diligence and dexterity in command so eminent, that I verily believe, he would, against whatsoever the earl of Warwick could have done, have preserved a major part of the fleet in their duty to the king. The misfortunes which happened after, and are...
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A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies ...

John Burke, Sir Bernard Burke, Bernard Burke - Baronetage - 1841 - 642 pages
...of the king. Upon which Lord Clarendon observes, " his interest aiid reputation in the navy was ao great, and his diligence and dexterity in command...duty to the king." Having thus retired from the navy, hewithdrew with his family to Jersey; but subsequently returned to aid the projects of the royalists,...
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