Duke of Cumberland


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Noun1.Duke of Cumberland - English generalDuke of Cumberland - English general; son of George II; fought unsuccessfully in the battle of Fontenoy (1721-1765)
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The serjeant had informed Mr Jones that they were marching against the rebels, and expected to be commanded by the glorious Duke of Cumberland.
I was not new to violent death--I have served his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, and got a wound myself at Fontenoy-- but I know my pulse went dot and carry one.
Soldiers led by the Duke of Cumberland were billeted there as they crushed the Jacobite rebellion in the Highlands.
George II created the law when his brother, The Duke of Cumberland, secretly married Lady Anne Horton, who the king saw as high disreputable and having "bewitching eyes," according to (http://www.
Scandals, indecision and the ambitious Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale (Peter Firth) threaten to undermine Victoria.
is this Peter Firth as the Duke of Cumberland also arrives in London hoping that Victoria may die in childbirth as they kick where they have Pratheep.
VICTORIA ITV, 9pm The queen is heavily pregnant, but defies her mother and husband when they try to keep her confined to the palace - while the Duke of Cumberland sees political advantage to be gained should Victoria die in childbirth.
6 Eclipse came into the world at Cranbourne Lodge near Windsor, Berkshire - the stud belonging to his breeder the Duke of Cumberland - where he was foaled during the solar eclipse of April 1, 1764 as the progeny of the unremarkable half-guinea sire Marske and the mare Spiletta.
Led by the Duke of Cumberland, the infamous general who ordered a bloody offensive to quell any future uprisings, the battle-hardened British Army went on to use their Culloden experience in fights against France for control of the North American colonies.
1746: The army of Charles Stuart, 'Bonnie Prince Charlie', mainly composed of Highland clansmen with some Lowland Scots and French troops, was routed by English, Lowland Scots and Hessian forces under the Duke of Cumberland at the Battle of Culloden, effectively ending the Jacobite rebellion.
But can Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, really be considered a war criminal?
A drinker at the Duke of Cumberland pub in the village said police had been called to a hostage situation.