Earl of Warwick

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Noun1.Earl of Warwick - English statesman; during the War of the Roses he fought first for the house of York and secured the throne for Edward IV and then changed sides to fight for the house of Lancaster and secured the throne for Henry VI (1428-1471)
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And dear Mrs Lammle and dear Mr Lammle, how do you do, and when are you going down to what's-its-name place--Guy, Earl of Warwick, you know--what is it?
Kids can let their imaginations run riot as they wander around medieval ramparts and there's also the Kingmaker: Eve of Battle exhibition which explains how the Earl of Warwick prepared for war.
This was to change 11 years later when in 1869 the landscape gardener Robert Marnock was commissioned by the 4th Earl of Warwick to create a terrace and fern garden.
It's one of the most ambitious series the BBC has made and includes a cast that features Rebecca Ferguson, Janet McTeer and True Blood vampire James Frain as the power-hungry Earl of Warwick nicknamed The Kingmaker.
The House of York's young and handsome Edward IV (Max Irons - Red Riding Hood, The Host) is crowned King of England with the help of master manipulator the Earl of Warwick "The Kingmaker" (James Frain - True Blood, The Tudors).
Anne and her eldest sister Isabel were the daughters of Richard, Earl of Warwick, the Kingmaker.
London, July 16 ( ANI ): A French city is demanding the Crown Jewels from Britain's Queen as payment for the murder of Edward Plantagenet, the Earl of Warwick, 500 years ago.
You can also walk or picnic in the stunning landscaped grounds created in the 1750s by the 1st Earl of Warwick and Lancelot "Capability" Brown.
It was once owned by the Earl of Warwick, and parts date back more than five centuries.
The finials, in the form of an ostrich, represent the crest of the Second Earl of Warwick, for whom they were made.
The Beauchamp Pageant, edited and introduced by Alexandra Sinclair, is a facsimile edition of the celebrated late-fifteenth-century narrative history in the British Library of the life of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick (1382-1439).