History. Founded in the middle of the 19th century, the club's original members, as set out in the Rule Book of 1851, were: The East India Company's servants – Clerical, Civil, Military, Naval and Medical of all the Presidencies, including those retired [and] all commissioned officers of Her Majesty's Army and Navy who have served in India, members of the Bar and Legal Profession who may ...
Frances married John Villiers, 1st Viscount Purbeck, but left him soon afterwards for her lover Sir Robert Howard, with whom she lived for many years, to the great scandal of the Court.  Of Coke's many children, the one who came at the last in his final years of life to manage his house at Stoke Poges and watch over him was ironically his youngest child, Frances Villiers. 
The second creation of the dukedom was in 1623 for George Villiers, a favourite of James I of England.He had previously been made Baron Whaddon, of Whaddon in the County of Buckingham, and Viscount Villiers in 1616, then Earl of Buckingham in 1617, then Marquess of Buckingham in 1618 until he was also created Earl of Coventry and Duke of Buckingham in 1623.
Seeker, John; Vorlac, Gaston; Deux farces inédites attribuées à la reine Marguerite de Navarre (French) (as Editor) Lacretelle, Pierre de, 1886-1969 ¶ De Lacretelle, Pierre; Les Origines et la Jeunesse de Lamartine 1790-1812 (French) (as Author) Lacroix, John Victor, 1882-¶ Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1 ...
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