William Herbert

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Sonnet 126 - Mr. W. H.
... that the intended recipient of the first 126 sonnets was Master William Herbert, Duke of Pembroke ... whose virtues and whose vices correspond exactly to the description in the sonnets, is young William Herbert, who in 1601 became the Earl of Pembroke.” ... An Identification Through A New Approach' also agrees that the poems were dedicated to William Herbert, duke of Pembroke on account that no other person known at the time could be put in his place without ...
Cardiff (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - MPs 1542-1645
... Mar) ?David Evans 1553 (Oct) David Evans 1554 (Apr) David Evans 1554 (Nov) William Colchester 1555 William Herbert 1558 Lleisan Pryce 1559 David Evans 1562/3 Henry ...
High Sheriff Of Monmouthshire - List of Sheriffs - Served Under Edward VI
... Llanwern 1547-48 Thomas ap Morgan, of Pencoyd 1548-49 Sir Charles Herbert, Kt ... of Troy 1549-50 Sir William Morgan, Kt ... of Tredegar 1550-51 Walter Herbert (died in office and replaced by William Herbert 1551-52 William Herbert, of Coldbrook 1552-53 William Herbert, of St ...
Custos Rotulorum Of Glamorgan
... William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke 1543–1570 Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke 1570–1601 Sir John Herbert 1601–1603 William Herbert, 3rd Earl ...
William Herbert, 1st Baron Powis
... William Herbert, 1st Baron Powis (c.1573 – 7 March 1655) was a Welsh politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1597 and 1629 ... Herbert was born in Powis Castle, the son of Sir Edward Herbert (1547–1593) and his wife Mary Stanley, daughter of Sir Thomas Stanley, Under-Treasurer of the Royal Mint ... His paternal grandparents were William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke and Anne Parr, sister of Queen Catherine Parr ...

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    Holinesse on the head,
    Light and perfections on the breast,
    Harmonious bells below, raising the dead
    To leade them unto life and rest.
    Thus are true Aarons drest.
    —George Herbert (1593–1633)