2 edition of Memoirs of Sir Edward Blount found in the catalog.
Memoirs of Sir Edward Blount
Blount, Edward Sir.
|Statement||edited by Stuart J. Reid.|
|Contributions||Reid, Stuart J.|
Ann married 1st, Henry I. James Blount said the following: "The Coat of Arms said to have been taken from his tomb engraved as a copper plate was in the possession of his descendant James B. James descended from the Astley Blounts, not the Sodington Blounts. The subject of the memoir calls it "one of the proudest boasts" of his race that through the vicissitudes of centuries they have never wavered in their loyalty to the Roman faith.
Mary Sumner Blount daughter of Gen. Miss Helen Malvina Blount Prescott in her unpublished manuscript genealogy of the descendants of Capt. Three years later, he turned a new page by joining Charles Laffitte, in order to set up a credit institution aimed at supporting the foundation of metal-working and railway firms on both sides of the Channel thanks to the backing of the Rothschild Family. Every reader of this volume will be glad to see that the veteran's favourite occupation is by no means gone. Ward, Eve of Catholic Emancipation, i.
The revolution caused the failure of his bank, and, though the creditors were eventually paid in full, he had to retire to St. His Majesty pointedly asked what he could do for me. Polly Ann, borndiedmarried Wm. Buddicom, the locomotive manager of the L. We come across that delight- ful representative of Parisian learning and statesmanship, translator of Aristotle and author of the annexation of Tunis, Barthelemy Saint-Hilaire. James Blount descended from the Sodington Blounts and that Capt.
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CIPM, x. Blount, late of Washington City whose son, Maj. They were married some time between andand this union produced three daughters. After a few weeks' training at a London bank he filled an interim position in the Home Office, where he copied the despatches which announced the inglorious victory of Navarino.
This book contains not only descriptions, but also drawings of the crests. The father, who was second son of Sir Edward Blount, sixth baronet, of Mawley Hall, was active in the agitation for catholic emancipation, was secretary of the Catholic Association, joined with Daniel O'Connell in founding the Provincial Bank of Ireland, and was whig M.
The Comte died inand he then kept a small stable of his own. I, A-L, stated that the crest for the Blount family of Sodington and Mawley Hall was "The sun in splendour proper, charged in the centre with a slipper sometimes a gauntlet azure.
As director of an Austrian line he happened to be received in audience by the Emperor Francis Joseph, when he took the opportunity of doing the travelling public a service. The articles of impeachment were after argument quashed in the Senate.
Little is known of Elizabeth Blount's early years, except for her reputation as a beauty,  and for her famous affair with King Henry VIII born inhe was about seven years older than Bessie.
Reid, who published them in When the days of roast elephant, camel humps, horse, mule, donkey ribs, and hams at apiece, came to an end, the London Relief Committee despatched colossal supplies of food to Paris. As one would imagine, Blount retained a position of high influence during the reign of the new Henry IV.
James descended from the Astley Blounts, not the Sodington Blounts. There he stayed until After a short experience of commercial life in the London office of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, he entered the home office.
As governor he tendered to the United States 2, volunteers in the war of Their lives and offices have been briefly alluded to, figures and dates given, leaving to other hands the pious duty of commenting in detail of their character and services. To be on the safe side I have searched through Elvin's Dictionary of Heraldry to see if there is a charge which looks anything like the twigs and berries which appear in the drawing.
He long maintained his position in English and French society in Paris, and was for many years president of the British chamber of commerce there.
The venture prospered. After her marriage, Blount does not figure much in the day-to-day affairs of the Tudor monarchy or in the official records. Mary Sumner Blount daughter of Gen.
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THESE Memoirs of the late President of our Paris Chamber of Commerce do not run in the old hackneyed furrows.
Sir Edward Blount's opportunities, sustained for a period of almost unexampled duration, as official, financial magnate, railway king, fashionable clubman, turfite, have placed him on a series of coigns of vantage.
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Wemyss Reid (Gutenberg text) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Additional books from the extended shelves. Jun 24, · Gertrude Frances Jerningham was born on 31 July 2 She was the daughter of William Charles Jerningham and Anne Wright.
1,2 She married Sir Edward Charles Blount, son of Edward Blount and Frances Wright, on 18 November 2 She died on 9 November at age 1 Her married name became Blount. Walter [Blount], 1st Baron Mountjoy, KG. son and heir of Sir Thomas Blount, of Elvaston, co. Derby, Treasurer of Normandy (by his first wife Margaret Gresley, dau.
and hrss. of Thomas Gresley), yr. brother and heir of Sir John Blount KG (d.
at the Siege of Rouen 1 Sep ), and 3rd son of Sir Walter le Blount, Constable of Tutbury Castle, by. The Book of Burtoniana. Letters & Memoirs of Sir Richard Francis Burton. Volume 4: Register and Bibliography. Edited by Gavan Tredoux.
[DRAFT] 8/8/ PM by F. F. Arbuthnot, over dinner with Burton’s old crony Henry Edward Vaux Bellamy and Sir Reginald MacDonald at the East India Club in St James’s Square.