when a Peer Dies
of a New Peer - Fees for Promotion
of a New Peer to the House of Lords
of Precendency Among Men
The PRINCE OF WALES.
Sons of the King.
Brothers of the King.
Uncles of the King.
Grandsons of the King.
King's Brothers' or Sisters' Grandsons.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Primate of all England.
The Lord High Chancellor, or Lord Keeper.
The Archbishop of York, Primate of England.
The Lord High Treasurer.
The Lord President of the Privy Council.
The Lord Privy Seal.
The Lord High Constable.
The Earl Marshal.
The Lord High Admiral.
The Lord Steward of His Majesty's Household.
The Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's Household.
DUKES, according to their Patents of Creation.
MARQUISES, according to their Patents.
Dukes' eldest Sons.
EARLS, according to their Patents.
Marquises' eldest Sons.
Dukes' younger Sons.
VISCOUNTS, according to their Patents.
Earls's eldest Sons.
Marquises' younger Sons.
Bishops of London, Durham, and Winchester.
All other Bishops, according to their Seniority of Consecration.
BARONS, according to their Patents.
Speaker of the House of Commons.
Viscounts' eldest Sons.
Earls' younger Sons.
Barons' eldest Sons.
Knights of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.
Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench.
Master of the Rolls.
Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.
Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer.
Judges and Barons of the degree of the Coif of the said Courts,
according to Seniority.
Bannerets, made under the King's own Royal Standard displayed
in army royal in open War, by the King himself in person, for
the term of their lives only.
Viscounts' younger Sons.
Barons' younger Sons.
Baronets of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Bannerets not made by the King in person.
Knights Grand Crosses of the Bath.
Knights Commanders of the Bath.
Masters in Chancery,
Doctors, Deans, &c.
Serjeants at Law.
Eldest Sons of the younger sons of Peers.
Baronets' eldest Sons.
Eldest Sons of Knights of the Garter.
Bannerets' eldest Sons.
Eldest Sons of Knights of the Bath.
Knights' eldest Sons.
Younger Sons of the younger Sons of Peers.
Baronets' younger Sons.
Companions of the Order of the Bath.
Esquires of the Sovereign's Body.
Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber.
Esquires of the Knights of the Bath.
Esquires by Creation.
Esquires by Office.
Younger Sons of Knights of the Garter.
Younger Sons of Bannerets.
Younger Sons of Knights of the Bath.
Younger Sons of Knights Bachelors.
Gentlemen entitled to bear Arms.
Clergymen, Barristers at Law, Officers in the Navy and Army, who
are all Gentlemen by profession.