The number of Baronetcies of England that had been created by James I was 204, not reckoning therein the Baronetcy of Vavasour, which was in fact created by his successor, 22 J une 1631, tho' with the precedency of 29 June 1611. James had undertaken that the number should not exceed 200, and, allowing for six which had become extinct, they did not exceed 198 at his death. Charles I, however, had not been long on the throne, when, relying on his royal prerogative as the Fountain of Honour, be disregarded the stipulated limitation of the number of Baronets. [her. And Gen., vol. Iii, p.
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