Earl of Leicester

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Noun1.Earl of Leicester - an English nobleman who led the baronial rebellion against Henry III (1208-1265)Earl of Leicester - an English nobleman who led the baronial rebellion against Henry III (1208-1265)
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Thou art my friend, Baldazzar, And I have not forgotten it- thou'lt do me A piece of service; wilt thou go back and say Unto this man, that I, the Earl of Leicester, Hold him a villain?
I am the Earl of Leicester, and thou seest, Dost thou not?
For in the fight I will not raise a hand Against thee, Earl of Leicester.
this is the Earl Politian, Earl Of Leicester in Great Britain.
It started, directly, in the London palace of Henry III, and was the result of a quarrel between the King and his powerful brother-in-law, Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester.
and the King left the apartment followed by his gentlemen, all of whom had drawn away from the Earl of Leicester when it became apparent that the royal displeasure was strong against him.
Spenser went, and through his friend he came to know Sir Philip Sidney, a true gentleman and a poet like himself, who in turn made him known to the great Earl of Leicester, Elizabeth's favorite.
Next, after a year or two with his kinspeople in Lancashire, in the North of England, he came to London, hoping through literature to win high political place, and attached himself to the household of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Queen Elizabeth's worthless favorite.
The Earl of Leicester was the second,'' continued the Pilgrim; ``Sir Thomas Multon of Gilsland was the third.
Peaky Blinders actor Tom Hardy appeared as Robert Dudley, Earl Of Leicester.
Leicester Cathedral in Denbigh was the vision of Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester who owned the Plas Castell estate in which the cottage is located.
The grounds include the evocative ruins of a 16th century cathedral built by Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester, and has been the setting for a number of weddings.