Viscount of Osborne
Duke of Leeds was a title in the Peerage of England. It was created in 1694 for the prominent statesman Thomas Osborne, 1st Marquess of Carmarthen. He had already succeeded as 2nd Baronet, of Kiveton, and been created Viscount Osborne, of Dunblane, in 1673, Baron Osborne, of Kiveton in the County of York, and Viscount Latimer, of Danby in the County of York, in 1673, Earl of Danby, in the County of York, in 1674, and Marquess of Carmarthen in 1689. All these titles were in the Peerage of England, except for the viscountcy of Osborne, which was in the Peerage of Scotland. He resigned the latter title in favour of his son in 1673. The Earldom of Danby was a revival of the title held by his great-uncle, Henry Danvers, 1st Earl of Danby (see Earl of Danby).
The Dukedom was named for Leeds in Yorkshire, and did not (as is sometimes claimed) refer to Leeds Castle in Kent. The principal ducal seat was Hornby Castle, Yorkshire.
Upon the death of the 7th Duke of Leeds in 1859, the dukedom passed to his cousin, the 2nd Baron Godolphin, whose father (the second son of the 5th Duke of Leeds) had been created Baron Godolphin, of Farnham Royal in the County of Buckingham, in 1832. The Barony of Godolphin and the Dukedom remained united until they became extinct on the death of the 12th Duke of Leeds in 1964.
The heir apparent to the Duke of Leeds was styled Marquess of Carmarthen, Lord Carmarthen's heir apparent was styled Earl of Danby, and Lord Danby's heir apparent was styled Viscount Latimer.[dubious – discuss]

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Edward Osborne, "Viscount Latimer" b. Abt 1654 of, Kiveton, Harthill, Yorkshire, England d. Jan 1688/89: Community Trees Project.
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Duke of Leeds 4 May 1694 Osborne extinct 20 March 1964
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Osborne, Lord F. Folkestone, Viscount Tracey, H. Hutchinson, C. H. Whitbread, S. Herbert, Hon. W. Tclltrs. Knight, Mr. Creevey, T. Lamb, Hon. W. Westerne,C. C. Repeal of the Legislative Union with Ireland.] Mr. Hutchinson rose and said, that ...
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Viscount Palmerston stated, in reply to Lord R. Montagu, that Her Majesty's Government had good reason to hope that the Danish Government would consent to a conference 17 March. — Viscount Palmerston stated, in reply to Mr. Osborne, ...
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The Viscount Who Loved Me (Bridgerton Family) 1814 promises to be another eventful season, but not, This Author believes, for Anthony Bridgerton, London’s most elusive bachelor, who has shown no indication that he plans to marry. And in all truth, why should he? When it comes to playing the consummate rake, nobody does it better…–Lady Whistledown’s Society Papers, April 1814But this time the gossip columnists have it wrong.
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Circumstances have made Gideon Drummond, Viscount Osborne, a solitaire. Never would he have imagined that the eleven-year-old girl who presents him with his winner's cup will, years later, become his Midsummer Mistress! This is a story using details in the style of the period.
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The Telegraph Spivs Comment Nice to see Gideon’s having a better time of it than Dave the Rave… Not! Meanwhile it would appear that Georgie girl’s in laws are just as corrupt as what he is and share his penchant for taking the right fucking piss… The pasty faced cum drop. George Osborne’s family business to benefit from planned wallpaper law George Osborne’s family-owned interior design business could increase its profits as a result of the Government’s planned copyright legislation.
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The Age of the Great House
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Osborne v Balls: Clash of the Titans | Total Politics
Dan Hodges takes a ringside seat as chancellor George Osborne and shadow chancellor Ed Balls square up for the pre-election bouts. And it’s gloves off
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George Osborne and Britain’s Bilderbergers, Why The Media Silence?
A rundown of this year's Bilderberg meeting, UK attendees, media spin and Bilderberg history.
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