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  1. FitzJames was created Duke of Albemarle, together with the subsidiary titles of Earl of Rochford and Baron Romney, by his father on 13 January 1696, but the title is only recognized by Jacobites. He was also appointed the Grand Prior of the revived Priory of the English Commandery of the Sovereign Military Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Rhodes and Malta , known as the Knights of Malta.

  2. James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick, 1st Duke of Liria and Jérica, 1st Duke of Fitz-James (21 August 1670 – 12 June 1734) was an Anglo-French military leader, illegitimate son of King James II of England by Arabella Churchill, sister of the 1st Duke of Marlborough. Berwick was a successful general in the pay of Louis XIV of France

  3. Jakob befahl danach die Suspendierung von Henry Compton, dem antikatholischen Bischof von London. Weitere Anglikaner wurden aus ihren politischen Ämtern entlassen. Mit der Nachsichtserklärung ( Declaration of Indulgence ) setzte er 1687 Gesetze außer Kraft, die Katholiken, aber auch religiöse Abweichler auf der protestantischen Seite, diskriminierten oder bestraften.

  4. Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, KCSI, FRS (15 August 1822 ... "Mr. Fitzjames Stephen's Introduction to the Indian Evidence Act," The Fortnightly Review, ...

  5. John Stuart Mill, né le 20 mai 1806 à Londres et mort le 8 mai 1873 à Avignon, est un philosophe, logicien et économiste britannique.Penseur libéral parmi les plus influents du XIX e siècle, il est un partisan de l'utilitarisme, une théorie éthique préalablement exposée par Jeremy Bentham, dont Mill propose sa compréhension personnelle.

  6. John George Vanderbilt Henry Spencer-Churchill 11th Duke of Marlborough (1926–2014) Queen Elizabeth II (1926–2022) Edward John Spencer 8th Earl Spencer (1924–1992) Charles James Spencer-Churchill 12th Duke of Marlborough (b. 1955) King Charles III (b. 1948) Diana Frances Spencer (1961–1997) Charles Edward Maurice Spencer 9th Earl ...

  7. › wiki › EnglishryEnglishry - Wikipedia

    Englishry or, in Old French, Englescherie, is a legal name given, in medieval England, for the status of a person as an Englishman (i.e., as a commoner of native Anglo-Saxon stock rather than a member of the Anglo-Norman elite).