4 edition of An eighteenth century squire found in the catalog.
by Northampton & Oakham Architectural & Archaeological Society in [Northampton]
Written in English
|Statement||A paper read at the meeting held at Northampton on the 7th March, 1907.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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— By the Rev. IsHAM \LoNGDEX, M.A' A Paper read at the Meeting held at Northampton on the 7th March, IN telling the story of this early 18th century squire, it may be that there are no events out of the common to chronicle.
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In the 18th and 19th-centuries, a "squire" could also be a designated landowner (possibly of renown) who served as a private legal entity in the local court system.
.Roger Lonsdale is Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford, and Fellow of Balliol College. His publications include Dr Charles Burney: A Literary Biography (), The Poems of Gray, Collins and Goldsmith (), and The New Oxford Book of Eighteenth-Century Verse ().5/5(1).But by the eighteenth century in England, "squire" was the official, inherited title for a country gentleman.
To be honest, squires were pretty low down on the official totem pole of British titles and ranks. While being a squire was better than being a commoner, they .