William Cecil


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Cecil, William:

see Burghley, William Cecil, 1st BaronBurghley or Burleigh, William Cecil, 1st Baron
, 1520–98, English statesman.
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It was not for William Cecil Clayton, Lord Greystoke, that he had denied his birth.
He was born to William Cecil and Marjorie Helen (nee Jamieson) King on Dec.
JONES WILLIAM CECIL (late Ivy House Llangadog) Peacefully on the 1st of February 2018 at Awel Tywi, Ffairfach.
He explains that Medley's "Brief discourse of Rhetorike" survives in a single manuscript dated 1575 among the papers of William Cecil, to whom it is dedicated.
Among the papers of William Cecil, the great Elizabethan statesman, resides a set of treatises on Irish affairs--known as the "Hatfield Compendium"--that reveal what the early Tudor court knew of Irish politics, geography, revenue, economy, social practices, and the state of the Reformation in Ireland.
An interest in Joachim prophecies of the Last Emperor was convincingly inserted into the contemporary political scene by John Dee and others, including key members of the Court like William Cecil, Lord Burghley and Robert Dudley, Earl Leicester.
THE WILLIAM CECIL, STAMFORD, LINCS WHERE AND WHY The lovely old hotel - which dates back to the 17th century - is friendly and relaxed, with
Michael said: "I know that father of Norwegian mountaineering and Yorkshire man William Cecil Slingsby had been there.
Suddenly on Friday 23rd January 2015, William Cecil (Billy) aged 66 years, devoted partner to Pam, dad to Elaine and Stephen, grandad to James, brother, brother-other-otherin-law and uncle to all the family and a friend to many.
Near Stamford is Burghley House, an Elizabethan mansion, vast and ornate, built by the First Minister of Elizabeth I, Sir William Cecil, later Lord Burghley.
Her specific focus is the creation of English national identity fostered by Elizabeth I's chief advisor, Sir William Cecil, to whose circle Laurence Nowell (1530--c.
Instead, it encouraged William Cecil to argue that English Catholics who fled England did so not for religious reasons, but for political ones.