Queen's Charities - Windsor Castle + Leap Castle - Historic Link - Carroll Trust Charities

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Queen's Charities - HM CROWN *** Magna Carta 1215 *** US Constitution 1776 *** Magna Carta 2015 - WINDSOR CASTLE *** LEAP CASTLE - "Historic Link" - Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust - US HM Crown National Security



The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is the head of the judiciary and President of the Courts of England and Wales. The Lord Chief Justice is also the presiding judge of the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal. The first Lord Chief Justice was enshrined in law under King Henry III who assumed the crown under the regency of the legendary William Marshal 1st Earl of Pembroke Lord of Leinster Marshal of England and protector of the crown. Henry III attended a service at the Temple Church in London for the life of Lord Marshal following his death on 14 May 1219 where his effigy can still be seen to this day.

 
The Shrine of the Book of Dimma with the inscription that translates "Teige O'Carroll King of Eile had me gilt".


The Book of Dimma (Dublin, Trinity College, MS.A.IV.23) is an 8th-century Irish pocket Gospel Book originally from the Abbey of Roscrea founded by St. Cronan in the County Tipperary Ireland. In addition to the four Gospels in between the Gospels of Luke and John it has an order for the Unction and Communion of the Sick. It was signed by its scribe Dimma MacNathi at the end of each of the Gospels. This Dimma has been traditionally identified with the Dimma who was later Bishop of Connor mentioned by Pope John IV in a letter on Pelagianism in 640. The illumination of the manuscript is limited to illuminated initials three Evangelist portrait pages and one page with an Evangelist's symbol. In the 12th century the manuscript was encased in a richly gilt case by O'Carroll of Ely.








NSA Carroll County FBI Gerald Carroll National Security Case:
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http://www.fas.org/irp/news/2000/06/000614-nsa.htm

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