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The Stanleys of Knowsley

a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon. the earl of Derby, K. G. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. P.

by William Pollard

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Published by E. Howell in Liverpool .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stanley family (Knowsley, Eng.),
  • Derby, Edward Henry Stanley, Earl of, 1826-1893,
  • Derby, Edward George Geoffrey Smith Stanley, Earl of, 1799-1869

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy William Pollard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA28.35.S8 P7 1868
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 239, [1] p.
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6913107M
    LC Control Number02003641
    OCLC/WorldCa7505750

    The Stanleys of Knowsley and Lathom make an excellent case study in this regard, having been thoroughly unprincipled in their double-dealing accumulation of land in the northwest part of the country - plus the classic devise of marriage to a series of wealthy heiresses beginning in Search result for bill-pollard: The Ackworth Reading Book(), Old Fashioned Quakerism(), The Stanleys of Knowsley; A History of That Noble Family, Including a Sketch of the Political and Public Lives of the Right Hon. the Earl of Derby, K. G. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. P(), Old-Fashioned Quakerism(), The Stanleys of Knowsley.

    Background and education. Stanley was born to Lord Stanley (later the 13th Earl of Derby) and his wife, Charlotte Margaret (née Hornby), the daughter of the Reverend Geoffrey Hornby. The Stanleys were a long-established and very wealthy landowning family whose principal residence was Knowsley Hall in Lancashire. He was perhaps the richest prime minister ever. Activities. Edward Stanley (informally "Teddy") otherwise Lord Derby was born to Hugh Stanley and his wife Rose Stanley (née Birch). He lives at Knowsley Hall near Liverpool, and also has a residence in London.. Stanley inherited the earldom of Derby and other family titles in , on the death of his uncle. He also inherited the Knowsley Estate, the Knowsley Safari Park and Stanley House.

    Get this from a library! The Stanleys of Knowsley a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon. the Earl of Derby, K.G., and . Edward Stanley (informally "Teddy") otherwise Lord Derby was born to Hugh Stanley and his wife Rose Stanley (née Birch). He lives at Knowsley Hall near Liverpool, and also has a residence in London. Stanley inherited the earldom of Derby and other family titles in , on the death of his uncle.


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The Stanleys Of Knowsley: A History Of That Noble Family, Including A Sketch Of The Political Life Of The Late Right Hon. The Earl Of DerbyAuthor: William Pollard. The Stanleys of Knowsley; a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon.

the earl of Derby, K. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. P by Pollard, William, Pages: William Pollard has 16 books on Goodreads with 2 ratings.

William Pollard’s most popular book is A Reasonable Faith, Essays, by Three 'friends'. InHenry VII created the Earldom of Derby, a distinction that has been passed down in the Stanley family ever since. During this time, the Stanleys have played a significant role in the life of England, as politicians, sportsmen, patrons, and collectors.

This book brings together a distinguished cast of contributors to explore the Stanleys’ legacy, with essays covering their leadership. William Pollard is the author of The Stanleys of Knowsley ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), A Hand Book and Guide to Preston ( avg rating, 0 rat 4/5.

The Stanleys of Knowsley book And Knowsley Introduction. The first extract is from P. Draper "The House of Stanley" pp / dealing with the original Lathom House destroyed during the Civil War, then follows two extracts from. Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls: England and Wales vol.

III North by John Timbs and Alexander Gunn & Co. [nd but c]. Courage The Stanleys Lords Stanley and Earls of Derby Manchester:published for Chetham Society by Manchester Univ Press W Pollard The Stanleys of Knowsley.

A History of that noble family including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon. Earl of Derby. Knowsley is a large village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley, Merseyside, England, commonly known as Knowsley Village.

Historically part of Lancashire, at the Census it had a population of 11, It gave its name to the wider borough when it was formed in The parish includes Knowsley Hall and Knowsley Safari are three main built-up areas in the Metropolitan borough: Knowsley. Lord Thomas Stanley was created the 1st Earl of Derby in after the Battle of Bosworth when Richard III lost the crown of England to Henry Tudor.

The Earldom is a local title, coming from the Hundred of West Derby, an important administrative area until the 17th century which included Knowsley and the small port of Liverpool.

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the earl of Derby, K. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. Stanley promptly invited Lear to Knowsley to record his collection, and Lear was to spent the next 5 years intermittently on the estate. Much of his work was then published in in Gleanings from the Menagerie and Aviary at Knowsley Hall, a book paid for by the earl.

from Gleanings from the menagerie and aviary at Knowsley Hall, The Stanleys of Knowsley and Lathom make an excellent case study in this regard, having been thoroughly unprincipled in their double-dealing accumulation of land in the northwest part of the country — plus the classic device of marriage to a series of wealthy heiresses beginning in /5(1).

Knowsley Hall, the ancestral home of the Stanley family, the Earls of Derby, has been listed since and dates back to the s. It is pictured here in July (Image: Mirrorpix) 10 of Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for Kids Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months — new customers receive 15% off your first box.

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The Stanleys of Knowsley and Lathom make an excellent case study in this regard, having been thoroughly unprincipled in their double-dealing accumulation of land in the northwest part of the country - plus the classic devise of marriage to a series of wealthy heiresses beginning in This, in turn, made them "kings" of the Isle of Man after Reviews: 1.

Knowsley Hall is a stately home near Liverpool in the Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley, Merseyside, it has been designated a Grade II* listed building, and is the ancestral home of the Stanley family, the Earls of Derby.

The hall is surrounded by 2, acres (10 km 2) of parkland, which contains the Knowsley Safari Park. Though the hall is still owned by the Stanley family.

The Stanleys of Knowsley; a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon. the earl of Derby, K. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. by William Pollard. Share your thoughts Complete your review.

Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. The Stanleys Bennett, Michael J.: 'English rule confirmed: the Isle of Man ', in: A New History of the Isle of Man, Volume 3: The Medieval Perioded.

by Sean Duffy and Harold Mytum (Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, ). The Stanley Baronetcy, of Bickerstaffe in the County Palatine of Lancaster, was created in the Baronetage of England in for Edward Stanley. He was the great-grandson of the Hon. Sir James Stanley, of Cross Hall, Lathom, younger brother of the second Earl of Derby.

This branch of the family is known as the "Stanleys of Bickerstaffe". The family of the Stanleys, Earls of Derby, is second, says Sir Bernard Burke, to none in the Peerage of England; and I may add that the pages of history well attest the truth of the remark, on which the “last words of Marmion” have further set the seal of poetry.

Knowsley Hall is finely and conspicuously situated in the Hundred of West Derby, in the county of Lancaster, and thence, and.Her book, Portrait of a Patron: the Patronage and Collecting of James Brydges, First Duke of Chandos (), was published in Art, Animals and Politics: Knowsley and the Earls of Derby.InHenry VII created the Earldom of Derby, a distinction that has been passed down in the Stanley family ever since.

During this time, the Stanleys have played a significant role in the life of England, as politicians, sportsmen, patrons, and collectors. This book brings together a.