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  Baronet - LoveToKnow 1911
It has been sought to obtain badges or other distinctions for baronets and also to purge the order of wrongful assumptions, an evil to which the baronetage of Nova Scotia is peculiarly exposed, owing to the dignity being descendible to collateral heirs male of the grantee as well as to those of his body.
All baronets are entitled to display in their coat of arms, either on a canton or on an inescutcheon, the red hand of Ulster, save those of Nova Scotia, who display, instead of it, the saltire of that province.
The precedency of baronets of Nova Scotia and of Ireland in relation to those of England was left undetermined by the Acts of Union, and appears to be still a moot point with heralds.
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Baronet furniture is mostly made of solid wood – chiefly maple – crafted by skilled woodworkers who share those age-old values the artist Eric Sloan, columnist at the American Landscape and Traditional Crafts, called “a reverence for wood”.
Because wood is alive, Baronet hardwoods are slowly dried to moisture content of 6% to 8%.
Baronet cabinetwork is assembled using traditional mortise-and-tenon joints – still the best guarantee of strength and permanent stability.
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 Encyclopedia: Baronet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The rank of a baronet is between that of a baron and that of a knight.
Baronets were granted the Arms of Ulster as a canton or inescutcheon in armorial bearings, argent a sinister hand couped at the wrist and erect gules, known as the Badge of Ulster.
Baronets of Scotland or Nova Scotia were granted the Arms of Nova Scotia in their armorial bearings and the right to wear about the neck the badge of Nova Scotia, suspended by an orange-tawny ribbon.
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 Encyclopedia topic: Baronet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A baronet (traditional abbreviation Bart, modern abbreviation Bt) is the holder of a title, similar to a knighthood (Aristocrats holding the rank of knight) except that it is hereditary, known as a baronetcy.
Baronets use the title "Sir" before their name (baronetesses use "Dame"), but whereas all other knighthoods apply to an individual only, a baronetcy is hereditary.
Baronet is not a peerage title and does not disqualify the holder from standing for election to the British House of Commons (The lower house of the British parliament).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/b/ba/baronet.htm   (779 words)

 Baronet Coffee. Online ordering of various coffee blends, teas, hot cocoa, coffee club, corporate and personal gifts.
On October 27, 28, and 29, Baronet Coffee will be in Atlanta, GA at the NAMA National Expo.
Be sure to stop by Booth 450 to check us out and to see the latest in our line of coffee pods.
Another project here at Baronet Coffee, was the installation of high-efficiency lighting throughout our roasting/packing facility and offices to help reduce our energy consumption.
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 BARONET - Online Information article about BARONET
Ireland was instituted, the king pledging himself not to create more than a hundred baronets.
matter of dispute whether James I. had kept faith with the baronets of England as to limiting their number; but his son soon rejected the restriction freely.
In consequence of the'opposition of the baronets themselves, the first of these two regulations was rescinded and the evil remained unabated.
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 Definition of baronet - Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
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 Sir Walter Scott, 1st Baronet --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
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