KING WILLIAM IV

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King William IV reigned 1830 to 1837 and was succeeded by his niece, Victoria. King William Iv, Palais De Buckingham, English Monarchs, King Outfit, Royal Art, Queen Of England, Duke Of Cambridge, St Andrews, Art Uk

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historysquee: “ William IV by William Beechey Oil on Canvas, early 19th century ”

Victoria's uncle - William IV, House of Hanover, August 1765 June son of George III & Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. King of England History Of England, Uk History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, History Facts, Ancient History, American History, Royal Families

William IV, House of Hanover, b.21 August 1765 d.20 June 1837, son of George III & Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. King of England 1830-1837.

Victoria's uncle - William IV, House of Hanover, August 1765 June son of George III & Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. King of England History Of England, Uk History, British History, Asian History, Tudor History, History Facts, Ancient History, American History, Royal Families

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Painting is Poetry - Pompeo Batoni, Portrait of Lady Mary Fox, 1767 18th Century Dress, 18th Century Fashion, 18th Century Clothing, 17th Century, Lady Mary, Rococo Fashion, Italian Artist, Marie Antoinette, Fashion History

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arthistoryeveryday: “ Portrait of Lady Mary Fox by Pompeo Batoni (1767) ”

George III This is the prime versions of Ramsay’s State Portrait of George III in coronation robes. His coronation took place on 22 September Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2016

King George III of Great Britain 1738-1820 By Allan Ramsay, 1762. Father: Frederick Louis Prince of Wales. Mother: Augusta of Saxe-Gotha. Spouce: Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. King George III enjoyed a happy marriage with 15 children—nine sons and six daughters. He became heir to the throne when his father Frederick died in 1751 before he could succeed his father, George II. King George III suffered from recurrent, and eventually permanent, mental illness.

King Billys Statue at Mutton Cove. Fibreglass reproduction of a figurehead of William IV marking the entrance of Devonport Naval Base Plymouth Devon. Quintin Lake www. Devon Uk, Devon England, King William Iv, Plymouth England, Photography Projects, Entrance, Coast, Statue, Entryway

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King Billys Statue at Mutton Cove. Fibreglass reproduction of a figurehead of William IV marking the entrance of Devonport Naval Base Plymouth Devon. #ukcoastwalkPhoto: Quintin Lake www.theperimeter.uk

The Duke of Clarence, later King William IV ("The Sailor King") in naval dress ~ Sir Martin Archer Shee, King William Iv, King George, Prince William, Prince Henry, Uk History, British History, History Facts, Diego Velazquez, English Monarchs

William IV (1765 - 1837). Son of King George III and Queen Charlotte. He married Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen and had two daughters who died young.

A short biography of William IV, Duke of Clarence, third son of George III and King of England from King William Iv, Victoria's Children, Queen Victoria Children, House Of Stuart, Royal King, Right To Vote, Regency Era, British Royals, Georgian

William IV (1765-1837)

A short biography of William IV, Duke of Clarence, third son of George III and King of England from 1830-1837.

 King William IV and H. Queen Adelaide in a sketch in mixed methods. Unknown artist, c. King William Iv, King George Iv, David Wilkie, Admiral Of The Fleet, Boston House, Alfred The Great, Royal Family Trees, Catherine Of Aragon, First Year Of Marriage

ESOTERIC SERIAL: Glimpses Of King William And Queen Adelaide, In The Letters Of The Late Miss Clitherow!

GLIMPSES OF KING WILLIAM IV AND QUEEN ADELAIDE IN LETTERS OF THE LATE MISS CLITHEROW, OF BOSTON HOUSE, MIDDLESEX WITH A BRIEF ...

 King William IV, drawn posthumously by Thomas Goff Lupton, after Abraham Wivell, mezzotint, circa

H.M. King William IV, drawn posthumously by Thomas Goff Lupton, after Abraham Wivell, mezzotint, circa 1850-1875.