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  • 773388Q81506Charles I of EnglandCharles I of EnglandCharles I of EnglandCharles I (Daniel Mytens).jpg16001649Charles I was the second son of James VI of Scots
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  • painter, one of the ablest pupils of Vandyke, born in 1621, died at the Hague in 1656. He painted with so much rapidity, that Charles I. of England exclaimed
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  • paintings of particular merit. His busts were in so much request that Charles I. of England, being unable to have a personal interview with Bernini, sent him
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  • 5 Charles I. (King of England) 20538611911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Charles I. (King of England) CHARLES I. (1600–1649), king of Great
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  • specimens bearing the heads of Faustina the Elder, Faustina the Younger, Lucilla, Charles I of England, and Charles XII of Sweden. Claus (d. 1739), Smart
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  • ‘The Letter which Pope Gregory XV wrote to Charles I of England concerning his marriage to the Infanta of Spain, and that Prince's Answer,’ which drew
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  • Lucaris, the patriarch of Constantinople, who presented it in 1628 to Charles I. of England. It was written on vellum, in double columns, condensed and unaccented
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  • with a whip at Newmarket, in presence of all the nobility, and he bore it with patience. King Charles II of England, when he entered into the second Dutch
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  • warrant of King Charles I  (1649)  Commissioners (or judges) at the trial of Charles I of England 1790123Death warrant of King Charles ICommissioners
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  • that he made him envoy to Charles I of England, to the exiled Charles II, and to Pope Innocent X (1650). The Queen of Portugal also sent him as envoy to
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  • to Charles I of England, translated Mengs's 'Essay of Painting' (2 vols. London, 1796), and received from Don Gabriel, infant of Spain, a copy of the
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  • Henderson ‎1891 HENRY, Duke of Gloucester (1639–1660), styled sometimes Henry of Oatlands, third son of Charles I of England and Henrietta Maria, was born
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  • and more jealously guarded. Such was their fame that the agents of Charles I. of England, at the time when he was collecting for Whitehall, went to Siena
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  • of Sports. King Charles the First's Declaration to His Subjects Concerning Lawful Sports to be Used on Sundays  (1633)  by Charles I of England
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  • Emperor) Charles VII. (Roman Emperor) Charles I. (King of England) Charles II. (King of England) Charles I. and II. (Kings of France) Charles III. (King of France)
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  • have been a prince of exceedingly high promise. In the next generation William II. married Mary, a daughter of Charles I. of England, so that the relatively
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  • Chalôns, 107, 158 Champ-de-Mars, Massacre of, 109 Champfleury, 77 Charleroi, 210, 211 Charles I of England, 222 Chollet, 128 Clerfayt, 206, 207, 209 Coblentz
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  • the 25th of September 1722 he was betrothed to Maria Amelia, the younger of the two orphan daughters of the emperor Joseph I. Her uncle Charles VI. insisted
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  • elsewhere; talked of succouring Charles I. in England; and after the conclusion of the treaty of Westphalia in 1648 entered the service of Spain. He died
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  • prince of Orange, was the only son of William II., prince of Orange, stadtholder of the Dutch repubHc, and Mary, daughter of Charles I. of England, and
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