Definition of Marshalship. Meaning of Marshalship. Synonyms of Marshalship

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Definition of Marshalship

Marshalship
Marshalship Mar"shal*ship, n. The office of a marshal.

Meaning of Marshalship from wikipedia

- 1832 as the "Tophane Müşavirliği" ("****nal of Ordnance and Artillery Marshalship") and was later formed in a department of "Harbiye Nezareti" (Ministry...
- some periods when it was under attainder, both the dukedom and the earl-marshalship have been in the hands of the Howard family. According to the House of...
- Last Marshal Robert Fitzwalter Appointer Elective Marshalship began by 5 May 1215 Date of Marshalship lapsing 8 December 1235 Current Pretender(s) v t...
- consequently lower in the general order of precedence. The holding of the Earl Marshalship secures the Duke of Norfolk's traditional position as the "first peer"...
- the most prominent English Catholic family. Both the Dukedom and Earl Marshalship have been the subject of repeated attainders and restorations in the...
- John. Richard allowed Marshal to succeed his brother in the hereditary marshalship, and his paternal honour of Hamstead Marshall. The Marshal served the...
- to a vast accession to their lands, the earldom of Nottingham and the marshalship of England were bestowed on them by Richard II, and the dukedom of Norfolk...
- and was ****ociated with him in the command of the royal armies. The marshalship and the constableship became hereditary, and, although the Lord High...
- responsible appropriation of European Union funds. Under Matusiewicz's marshalship, economic ties with China were expanded. Under Matusiewicz, the provincially-owned...
- Ongar, later known as Ashhall alias Nash Hall was held as a marshalship. This marshalship consisted of looking after the prostitutes at the king's court...
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