Prince Strathearn
British noble
Prince Strathearn
Prince Henry, Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn was the sixth child of Frederick, Prince of Wales and Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, and a younger brother of George III.
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Castle Defense games for iOS - CNET (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
You also fight them with allies you call to your side, from peasants and swordsmen to heroes like Lord Arthur, Duke Henry the Red, and the healing Wiseman. The gameplay revolves around choosing which units to build and when, earning gold by surviving
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Google News article - Celebrate the history of Munich at the Stadtgrundungsfest - PRLog.Org (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
While the origins of the destination go back to an eighth-century monastic settlement known as 'bei den Munichen', the town was not officially born until many years later, when Duke Henry the Lion founded it. In a statement, the city's official tourist
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This is my iPad and this is my Boomstick! -
Google News - almost 6 years
King Arthur, Duke Henry, the Wiseman and the rest of the knights will help you defend the Necronomicon. As you rise higher in levels, more characters will become available to you. You are limited to the amount of members that can aid you,
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Give your iPhone some sugar, baby, with Army of Darkness: Defense - AppleTell (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Fans will be happy to know Bruce Campbell does supply the quotes from the movie, and even characters such as Lord Arthur and Duke Henry the Red make appearances. In this tug-of-war, casual defense game based on the MGM classic movie, you play Ash,
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Queen's Day in San Francisco: Spijkerpoeken spoken here -
Google News - almost 6 years
She turned down princes recommended by her advisors, married Duke Henry of Mecklenberg-Schwerin, then lived happily ever after, more or less. Queen's Day in San Francisco launches Saturday morning with a cool Bike Tour: The Green Bike Ride begins at
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A Newly Burnished Bordeaux
NYTimes - about 14 years
''WELCOME home,'' said the French journalist, a friend of a friend of a friend, when we met for lunch at a bistro in the Chartrons quarter of Bordeaux, where wine merchants made their headquarters for many centuries. Odd, I thought, since I had only visited the city twice before. But it turned out that my luncheon companion, Pierre Veilletet, the
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A Reawakening in Mecklenburg
NYTimes - over 26 years
Otto Von Bismarck, the Iron Chancellor of the German Empire, once said that when the world came to end, he hoped he would be in Mecklenburg. For there, he said, everything happened about 200 years later than anywhere else. This north German land of undulating meadows stretching along the Baltic Sea was kept "backward," in the view of 19th-century
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NYTimes - about 36 years
-------------------------------------------------------------------- MILT FREUDENHEIM is an editor on the staff of the Week in Review section of The Times. By MILT FREUDENHEIM After you have seen the famous sights of Paris, been jostled by school groups in the Louvre, joined the crowds on the Champs Elysees and taken the bus with camera-laden
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Prince Henry, Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn
  • 1790
    Age 44
    The Duke of Cumberland died in London on 18 September 1790.
    More Details Hide Details His widow died in 1808. The prince's full style, as recited by Garter King of Arms at his funeral, was the "Most High, Most Mighty and Illustrious Prince Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn, Earl of Dublin, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter". Henry was granted use of the arms of the kingdom, differenced by a label argent of five points, the centre bearing a cross gules, the other points each bearing a fleur-de-lys azure.
  • 1778
    Age 32
    He was promoted Admiral in 1778, though he was forbidden from assuming any command.
    More Details Hide Details The Duke was also instrumental in the development of Brighton as a popular resort. He had first visited in 1771, and in 1783, the Prince of Wales visited his uncle there.
  • 1775
    Age 29
    In 1775, the Duke established the Cumberland Fleet, which would later become the Royal Thames Yacht Club.
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  • 1771
    Age 25
    The Duke's marriage to a commoner, the widow Anne Horton (or Houghton) (1743–1808), on 2 October 1771 caused a rift with the King and was the catalyst for the Royal Marriages Act 1772, which forbids any descendant of George II to marry without the monarch's permission.
    More Details Hide Details There were no children from this marriage. Anne, though from a noble family – she was a daughter of Simon Luttrell, 1st Earl of Carhampton, and the widow of Christopher Horton of Catton Hall – seems to have been rather loose with her favours, given one wag's comment that she was "the Duke of Grafton's Mrs Houghton, the Duke of Dorset's Mrs Houghton, everyone's Mrs Houghton." The marriage between Anne Horton and the Duke of Cumberland was described as a “conquest at Brighthelmstone” (now Brighton) by Mrs. Horton, "who", Horace Walpole says, "had for many months been dallying with his passion, till she had fixed him to more serious views than he had intended." Anne was however generally thought one of the great beauties of the age, and Thomas Gainsborough painted her several times.
    His 1771 marriage to a commoner against the King's wishes prompted the Royal Marriages Act of 1772.
    More Details Hide Details Prince Henry of Wales was born on 7 November 1745 at Leicester House, London to Frederick, Prince of Wales, son of George II and Caroline of Ansbach, and his wife The Princess of Wales. He was christened at Leicester House twenty-three days later.
  • 1770
    Age 24
    He was promoted to Rear-Admiral the following year and Vice-Admiral in 1770.
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  • 1768
    Age 22
    In 1768, at the fairly late age of 22, the Duke entered the Royal Navy as a midshipman and was sent to Corsica in HMS Venus.
    More Details Hide Details However, he returned in September when the ship was recalled following the French invasion of the Corsican Republic.
  • 1767
    Age 21
    On 4 March 1767, the Duke of Cumberland allegedly married Olive Wilmot (later Mrs Payne), a commoner, in a secret ceremony.
    More Details Hide Details There reportedly was one child, Olivia Wilmot (1772–1834), from this relationship, though the duke's paternity was never proven, and Olivia Wilmot was accused of forging the evidence. A landscape painter and novelist, Olivia Wilmot married John Thomas Serres (1759–1825) and later, controversially, assumed the title of "Princess Olivia of Cumberland". In 1769, the Duke of Cumberland was sued by Lord Grosvenor for "criminal conversation" (that is, adultery) after the Duke and Lady Grosvenor were discovered in flagrante delicto. Lord Grosvenor was awarded damages of £10,000, which together with costs amounted to an award of £13,000.
  • 1766
    Age 20
    On 22 October 1766, just prior to his twenty-first birthday, the prince was created Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn and Earl of Dublin.
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  • 1745
    Born on November 7, 1745.
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