2 edition of Viscount Dillon, 1844-1932. found in the catalog.
Viscount Dillon, 1844-1932.
Charles John Ffoulkes
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Birth and origins. Henry Augustus was born on 28 October at Brussels, then in the Austrian was the elder of the two children and the only son of Charles Dillon-Lee and his first wife Henrietta Maria Phipps. His father, the 12th Viscount Dillon, had conformed to the established religion.
His mother was the only daughter of Constantine John Phipps, 1st Baron Mulgrave, an. Illustrated guide to the armouries, Tower of London / by Viscount Dillon Dillon, Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, Viscount, [ Book, Government publication: ].
An Almain armourer's album: selections from an original ms. in Victoria and Albert museum, South Kensington by Dillon, Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, Viscount, ; Topf, Jakob, ; Victoria and Albert Museum. Pageant of the birth, life and death of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, K.G., by Dillon, Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, Viscount, ; Hope, William.
Harold Arthur Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon (–) Arthur Henry Dillon, 18th Viscount Dillon (–) Eric FitzGerald Dillon, 19th Viscount Dillon (–) Michael Eric Dillon, 20th Viscount Dillon (–) Charles Henry Robert Dillon, 21st Viscount Dillon (–) Henry Benedict Charles Dillon, 22nd Viscount Dillon (b. Harold Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon.
by Georgina Agnes Brackenbury oil on canvas, 30 in. x 25 in. ( mm x mm) Given by the sitter's family, E. An Exhortation To Mr. Daniel Stevens, Deliver'd At His Ordination in Southwark, 5 30 Abraham Taylor, Fl.
- Early English Prose Romances with Bibliographical & Historical Introductions Robert the Deuyll. Viscount Dillon (Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, ) was Antiquary of the Royal Academy from toand a close friend of museum-curator Charles John ffoulkes (), whose mother was the grand-daughter of the author of this book.
ffoulkes may have presented this copy (along with Strange's vitriolic Inquiry into the rise and. Harold Dillon, actually Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon (), an English antiquary and authority on the history of arms and armour and medieval costume.
He served in the Rifle Brigade until when he resigned and joined the Oxfordshire Militia as a Captain (hence his title). Charles Henry Dillon, 14th Viscount (–65); Theobald Dominick Geoffrey Dillon, 15th Viscount (–79); Arthur Edmund Denis Dillon, 16th Viscount (–92); Harold Arthur Dillon, 17th Viscount (–); Arthur Henry Dillon, 18th Viscount (–); Eric FitzGerald Dillon, 19th Viscount (–).
First editor of the Burlington Magazine ; political journalist. Dell was editor of the Connoisseur magazine, a British art journal describing itself as "for collectors." In Dell helped found and became first editor of the Burlington Magazine, togehter with the principals, the art historians Bernard Berenson, Herbert Horne and Roger Fry.
Dillon, Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount, Souvenir album of the Tower of London. London: Gale & Polden,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon Dillon, 17th Viscount.
It was bequeathed to the National Portrait Gallery by his descendant the 17th Viscount Dillon in 3. E.K. Chambers, Sir Henry Lee: An Elizabethan Portrait,p A Book of Old Testament illustrations of the middle of the thirteenth century: sent by Cardinal Bernard Maciejowski to Shah Abbas the Great, king of Persia, now in the Pierpont Morgan Library at New York: Decorative ironwork from the XIth to the XVIIIth century: with.
 Harold Dillon, actually Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon (). An English antiquary and authority on the history of arms and armour and medieval costume.
He served in the Rifle Brigade until when he resigned and joined the Oxfordshire Militia as a Captain (hence his title).
Antiquaries and antiquarians. People in group. View 20 40 60 results per page. Page 1 2 3. Harold Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon. Antiquary Sitter in 19 portraits | Artist associated with 1 portrait. Francis Douce. Book collector and diplomat Sitter associated with 13 portraits.
Dillon, Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon 17th Viscount Author of introduction; Imperial War Museum (Great Britain) Tower of London (London, England) Cockerell, Sydney Carlyle Sir ; James, M. (Montague Rhodes) Author of introduction; Pierpont Morgan Library ; Roxburghe Club.
Evidently once owned by Sir Henry Lee (), of Ditchley, Oxfordshire, the Queen's Champion. Presented by Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon (), seventeenth Viscount Dillon, CH, antiquary, together with his transcript of the greater part of the MS (now Add.
Her two children were Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon, 17th Viscount Dillon of Costello-Gallin () and the Hon. Conrad Adderly Dillon (). Provenance On loan from the Dillon Trustees. DILLON, TOM (fl. s) * Adventures in the Skin Trade, (ar) Man May DILLON, TOM (fl.
s) * Just Lucky, I Guess, (ss) Crossed Genres Magazine Sep DILLON, VISCOUNT; see under Lee-Dillon, Harold () DILLON, WALTER (E.) (). Presented by Harold Arthur Lee-Dillon (), seventeenth Viscount Dillon, CH, antiquary, together with his transcript of the greater part of the MS (now Add.
MS B). British Library, Add. Harold Arthur Dillon, 17th Viscount (–); Arthur Henry Dillon, 18th Viscount (–); Eric FitzGerald Dillon, 19th Viscount (–); Michael Eric Dillon, 20th Viscount (–79); Charles Henry Robert Dillon, 21st Viscount (–82); Henry Benedict Charles Dillon, 22nd Viscount (b ).Where there is correspondence from Ottoline Morrell, the number in parentheses is followed by the phrase "from Morrell." So in the example.
Garnett, David, (from Morrell), (12) there is one letter from Ottoline Morrell to David Garnett, located in Box .