Talk:Edward Montagu, 2nd Earl of Manchester
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I am a student at a school, and my teacher said that they were not aloud to tell the story of Edward II's death. I later found out, and do you think that this was fair that they wern't aloud to tell??
Knight of the Bath
There was no such thing as a Knight Companion of the Order of the Bath before the coronation of King George I. Knights of the Bath were knights who were made with several days' ceremony, including a bath and an all-night vigil, on such major occasions as a coronation, a royal wedding, or the investiture and dubbing of the Prince of Wales. This distinguishes them from the knights who simply received the accolade on the conclusion of a victorious battle, or other off-hand occasion. There was no corporation, no membership list, no officers; they were an order only in the sense that priesthood is an order. I will slightly adjust the text. J S Ayer (talk) 23:55, 4 January 2017 (UTC)