Lordship

  • (noun): The authority of a lord.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on lordship:

Lordship Lane Junior School
... Lordship Lane Primary School is a primary school in Wood Green, Haringey, London, United Kingdom, located just off Lordship Lane ...
Lordship Of The Isles (Dungeons & Dragons)
... Greyhawk Realm Lordship of the Isles Motto Unknown Region Splintered Suns Ruler Prince Frolmar Ingerskatti of Duxchan Government Monarchy (puppet state of the Scarlet Brotherhood) Established CY 448 Capital Sulward ... From 2001-2008, the Lordship of the Isles was also a region of the Living Greyhawk campaign linked to play in Spain ...
Lordship Of Berat
... The Lordship of Berat (1335–1417) was a county created by despot Andrea II Muzaka of the Muzaka noble family in 1335, with its capital at Berat ... The lordship was united with other Albanian Principalities in the League of Lezhë in 1444 ...
Lordship Lane Railway Station
... Lordship Lane railway station was a station in Dulwich, south London, on the Crystal Palace and South London Junction Railway, built by the London ... The railway crossed London Road (just beyond the southern end of Lordship Lane) on a bridge and the station was just to the southwest of the road ... This locality is also the subject of Lordship Lane Station, Dulwich, an 1871 painting by Camille Pissarro, which now hangs at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London ...
Lauderdale - Mediaeval Period
... King David I of Scotland created a feudal Lordship of Regality of Lauderdale which he awarded to one of his favourites, the Anglo-Norman Hugh de Morville (d ... failed in the male line and their Lordship passed by marriage to Alan of Galloway, and a charter exists of "Alani constabularii Scotie, de Alwentchawis" (Allanshaws) in ... The Lordship passed to his grandson, John Balliol, and after his forfeiture Robert The Bruce granted it to Sir James Douglas, his great supporter ...

More definitions of "Lordship":

  • (noun): A title used to address any British peer except a duke and extended to a bishop or a judge.
    Example: "Your Lordship"; "His Lordship"

Famous quotes containing the word lordship:

    But his Lordship [tells] ... us that God is wholly here, and wholly there, and wholly every where; because he has no parts. I cannot comprehend nor conceive this. For methinks it implies also that the whole world is also in the whole God, and in every part of God. Nor ... can I find anything of this in the Scripture. If I could find it there, I could believe it; and if I could find it in the public doctrine of the Church, I could easily abstain from contradicting it.
    Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688)

    His lordship may compel us to be equal upstairs, but there will never be equality in the servants’ hall.
    —J.M. (James Matthew)

    The next thing his Lordship does, after clearing of the coast, is the dividing of his forces, as he calls them, into two squadrons, one of places of Scriptures, the other of reasons....
    All that I have to say touching this, is that I observe a great part of those his forces do look and march another way, and some of them fight amongst themselves.
    Thomas Hobbes (1579–1688)