Henry Luttrell, (born c. 1765—died Dec. 19, 1851, London, Eng.), English poet of light verse and London society wit. Luttrell was an illegitimate son of Henry Lawes Luttrell, 2nd earl of Carhampton, who in 1798 used his influence in securing his son a seat in the Irish Parliament and a post in the Irish government, which the young Luttrell commuted for a pension.
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Henry Luttrell was an Irish soldier known for his service in the Jacobite cause. A career soldier, Luttrell served James II in England until his overthrow in 1688. In Ireland he continued to fight for James, reaching the rank of General in the Irish Army. After it was revealed in 1691 that he was in secret contact with enemy commanders he was tried and imprisoned. Following the Treaty of Limerick he was pardoned by the Williamite rulers of Ireland. He was rewarded with the estate ...
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Henry Luttrell (wit) Henry Luttrell (c. 1765 – 19 December 1851) was an English politician, wit and writer of society verse. He was the illegitimate son of Henry Lawes Luttrell, 2nd Earl of Carhampton, Tory MP and career soldier. Henry Luttrell secured a seat in the Irish House of Commons for Clonmines in 1798 and a post in the Irish government, ...
The Earl of Carhampton Henry Lawes Luttrell Born7 August 1743 Died25 April 1821 London Allegiance Kingdom of Ireland Kingdom of Great Britain United Kingdom Service/branch British Army Years of service1757–1798 RankGeneral Commands heldIreland Battles/warsSeven Years' War United Irishmen Rebellion General Henry Lawes Luttrell, 2nd Earl of Carhampton PC was an Anglo-Irish politician and soldier. He was the son of Simon Luttrell, 1st Earl of Carhampton and brother-in-law of Prince ...
Henry Fownes Luttrell was an English lawyer and Tory politician from Dunster Castle in Somerset.
Henry Luttrell may refer to: Henry Luttrell (Jacobite commander) ( c. 1655 –1717), Jacobite commander in Ireland who joined the Williamites after Limerick. Henry Fownes Luttrell (died 1780) ( c. 1722 –1780) of Dunster Castle, High Sheriff of Somerset 1754–55, Member of Parliament (MP) for Minehead 1768–74. Henry Luttrell, 2nd Earl of Carhampton ...
Henry Luttrell Moysey ISO (10 December 1849 - 15 August 1918) was the ninth Postmaster General of Ceylon and Director of Telegraphs, serving from 1900 to 1906. Henry Luttrell Moysey was born on 10 December 1849, the youngest of six children and third son of Reverend Frederick Luttrell Moysey (1815-1906) and Arabella née Ward (1818-1903), in Wiveliscombe , Somerset. 
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