accessed.2.2018. 46 Sandys' troops then moved to Knole where, according to the earl of Dorset's steward, they caused damage to the value of 186, and 'The Armes they have wholie taken awaie there being five wagenloads of them ( sic passim ).' 47 In fact, the. If a filter is applied to a column that doesnt show on the report, usage for all selected attribute values is summed and the totals are presented in the report. Love, Harold (2008 'Sackville, Charles, sixth earl of Dorset and first earl of Middlesex Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, (3.1.2008 accessed.2.2018. There are lots of records in EThOS for which the full thesis isnt available perhaps the author has declined to allow it to be digitised, or maybe the PhD output is itself an original work which isnt suitable to be made openly accessible. Lennard was happy to sell, not only because of his mounting debts but also because he wished to gain the Dacre title, which he did in 1604 from a commission headed by the lord treasurer, Thomas Sackville. Gregory, Alden (2010) Knole: an Architectural and Social History of the Archbishop of Canterbury's House, unpublished University of Sussex D Phil Thesis, available at /pages 7283.
85 Ownership, care and uses edit The house is mostly cared for and opened by the National Trust ; however, the Trust owns only the house and an adjoining modest park overall 52 acres (21 ha). A counter Data_age showing all applicable metric types An attribute of counter usage that identifies the nature of the usage oken down by Access_Type eBook Aggregated Full Content TR_J1 Journal Requests (Excluding OA_Gold) Reports on usage of non-Open Access Gold journal content as Total_Item_Requests and. Graves, Michael (2014 'Sackville, Robert, second earl of Dorset Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, (25.9.2014 accessed. No, just doctoral level mainly PhDs but also other types of doctoral thesis,.g. 81 This is one of a series of possible interpretations of such marks, which are now being found increasingly on medieval and renaissance building across England, including at Sissinghurst. Discovery Service, repository, data Repository, scholarly Collaboration Network, pR_P1. However, he could not overlook the multiple advantages of Knole: a good supply of spring water (rare for a house on a hill plentiful timber, a deer park and close enough proximity to London. 10 Early history edit The earliest recorded owner of the core of the estate, in the 1290s, was Robert de Knole. Sir John was in the congregation for the parish Sunday service and Sandys waited with his troops outside the church until it had finished.
(1966 The Community of Kent and the Great Rebellion, Leicester University Press. Sackville-West, Vita 'Knole and its Owners in Jackson-Stops, Gervase (1984) Knole, The National Trust. It contains many other features from earlier ages which have been taken out of most country-house gardens: various landscapers have been employed to elaborate the design of its large gardens with distinctive features. Doing it this way ensures all copyright conditions are met. 41 His two sons, in turn, inherited the title and estates, first Richard Sackville, third earl of Dorset (15891624) and then the much more politically-significant Edward Sackville, fourth earl of Dorset (1590-1652). To provision its varied occupants, the Committee not only used the Knole estate but also rented fields from local landowners, including, surprisingly, Lady Sackville (Sir John's wife). I am a librarian and wish to pay for digitisation of a thesis for one of my users. Taylor, Kristina (2003 'The development of the park and gardens at Knole in Archaeologia Cantiana, vol.