The city officials and Lieutenancy
of London were 'truly sensible of the great Loss of our most Excellent Queen', but received 'Comfort and Satisfaction' from the king's peaceful accession.
However, the appointment of a Catholic (Lord Talbot) to the lord lieutenancy
was the best that political minds in London could come up with.
He had been able to sell it and purchase his lieutenancy
for 1,190 [pounds sterling], plus a premium of 250 [pounds sterling].
It was not so much that Castelli had lost his intuition for what was dans I'air--Ileana was the eyes, Leo the ears (and Ivan Karp's liberal lieutenancy
at the beginning should also be noted)--but that the terrain of what constituted the art of the moment had grown immensely broader, with new artists emerging alongside galleries and dealers of their own generation.
Charles II immediately issued a request to the Lord Mayor and Lieutenancy
of the city to put down the riot that resulted in the arrest of a number of participants.
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By exerting himself to procure William his lieutenancy
, he plans to secure Fanny's devotion to himself, and he almost succeeds.
He also advised Chalmers that the most he could expect would be a Lieutenancy
and "I think it would be unwise on your part to cut loose from the North-West where you have built up a business and a reputation.
In fact, the President presented Carson with a Second Lieutenancy
in the Army.
He also added a frontispiece in his own hand celebrating two of his ancestors, both called Richard Dering, who held the lieutenancy
of Dover Castle under Richard n and Henry VIII (Fig.
Some officers, he said, were selling ranks to their friends, starting at $500 for a lieutenancy
, charging recruits $100 apiece to enlist, and taking bribes from captured insurgent suspects - "who always have lots of money" - to let them go.
In addition, Muntons were honoured by the presence of Mr George Paul DL, Deputy Lord Lieutenant, Mr Ray Melvin, Vice Chairman of Mid Suffolk District Council, Mrs Lesley Mayes, Deputy Mayor of Stowmarket Town Council and Mr Michael More, the Clerk of Lieutenancy