Warwick castle and its earls : from Saxon times to the present day . t that enough, by his last Will and Testament heordained, that in all hast after his decease, the remnant of wliat he haddesigned for his Chantry Priests there, should by his Executors be de-livered, and made sure to them: and that the Chapel there, with theother buildings, should be new built, as he the said Earl had devised, forthe wholsom and convenient dwelling of those Priests. The costs of allwhich, with the consecration of the two Altars therein, as appeareth bythe accounts of the said Executors, from the 28, to the 37

Warwick castle and its earls : from Saxon times to the present day . t that enough, by his last Will and Testament heordained, that in all hast after his decease, the remnant of wliat he haddesigned for his Chantry Priests there, should by his Executors be de-livered, and made sure to them: and that the Chapel there, with theother buildings, should be new built, as he the said Earl had devised, forthe wholsom and convenient dwelling of those Priests. The costs of allwhich, with the consecration of the two Altars therein, as appeareth bythe accounts of the said Executors, from the 28, to the 37 Stock Photo
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Warwick castle and its earls : from Saxon times to the present day . t that enough, by his last Will and Testament heordained, that in all hast after his decease, the remnant of wliat he haddesigned for his Chantry Priests there, should by his Executors be de-livered, and made sure to them: and that the Chapel there, with theother buildings, should be new built, as he the said Earl had devised, forthe wholsom and convenient dwelling of those Priests. The costs of allwhich, with the consecration of the two Altars therein, as appeareth bythe accounts of the said Executors, from the 28, to the 37. H. 6. amountedunto Clxxxivl. v d. ob. Then did Earl Richard, in memory of the warlikeGuy, erect that large Statue, there yet to be seen on the south sidewithin that Chapel, the Figure whereof I liave here exprest: and havingraised a roof over the adjacent Springs, walled them with stone. 121 Warwick Castle *?- him until the year 1428. We find him, at this period, holding various offices both at home and abroad. Hewas appointed Captain and Lieut.-General for the. KICHARD DE BEAUCHAMP, EARL OF WARWICK, CROSSING THE CHANNEL WITH HIS LADY AND HIS SON. From Rouss History of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick {Cotton MS.). Field in Normandy, Anjou, Maine, and the Marchesof Bretagne, March 14th, 1426 ; Joint Guardian ofthe Truce with Scotland, May 26th, 1426 ; Captainof the Town and Marches of Meaux-en-Brie, -? The House of Beauchamp November ist, 1430; Ranger of Wichwood Forest, November 2ist, 1433 ; Joint Commissioner to treatwith France, April 7th, 1437 ; Constable of Bristol, and Warden of the Forests of Kingswood and Fil-wood and the Forest and Park of Gillingham, July nth, 1437; Lieut.-General and Governor ofFrance and Normandy, July i6th, 1437. He bore Henry VI. to church for his coronation, and a ballad written on that occasion shows theesteem in which he was held ?— Six erles in their estate shewed them alle;And the 5 poortis beryng up the palle.Gracious Werwik, God hym contyn

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