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Sociability and Power in Late Stuart EnglandThe Cultural Worlds of the Verneys 1660-1720$

Susan E. Whyman

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780199250233

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199250233.001.0001

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(p.188) Appendix III. BIOGRAPHICAL FILES: FAMILIES CITED IN THE VERNEY PAPERS

(p.188) Appendix III. BIOGRAPHICAL FILES: FAMILIES CITED IN THE VERNEY PAPERS

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Sociability and Power in Late Stuart England
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Oxford University Press

Abdy* Dashwood* Lawley Seaton

Abel Denton Lee Sheppard

Adams Dormer Ligo Sherrier

Backwell* Drake Love* St Amand*

Baker* Duncombe Lovett Stanton*

Bate Egerton Lowndes Stewkeley

Bateman* Fowles* Lupart* Temple

Baxter* Gape* Luttrell* Tipping

Blackmore* Gardiner Merwin Torriano*

Bludworth* Gelsthorpe* Nicholas Tregea*

Bridgeman Grenville North* Tufnell

Busby Grimes Palmer* Tyringham

Butterfield Hampden Palmes Tyrrell

Cave Harrington* Paltock* Viccars*

Chaloner Herbert Paman* Wettenhall*

Cheret* Hill Paschall Wharton

Cogges* Hoare* Paulden* White

Cooke* Hobart Pigott Winwood

Cheyne Innes Porter Woodward

Churchill Keeling* Price 

Coleman Knapp Roberts*

* Families living, working, or writing primarily from London