See also:English lawyer and biographer, was the
See also:sixth son of the 4th Baron
See also:North . He acquired a
See also:good practice at the
See also:bar, being helped by his elder
See also:Francis, who became
See also:lord chancellor and was created Baron Guilford (q.v.), and in 1684 he became
See also:solicitor-general . But the Revolution stopped his
See also:advancement, and he retired to his
See also:estate of Rougham in Norfolk, and increased his
See also:fortune by marrying the daughter of
See also:Sir Robert Gayer . He collected books, and was constantly occupied in writing . But he is best known for his Lives of the Norths, published after his
See also:death, together with his own autobiography (see the edition in
See also:Bohn's Standard Library, 189o, by Jessopp), a classic authority for the
See also:period . He died at Rougham on the 1st of .
See also:March 1734, leaving a
See also:family from whom the Norths of Rougham are descended . He is to be distinguished from Roger North (1585-1652), brother of the 3rd baron, one of the captains who sailed with Raleigh in 1617, who projected the
See also:plantation of
See also:Guiana with an English colony .
MARIANNE NORTH (1830—1890)
SIR THOMAS NORTH (1535?-16o1?)
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