Ferdinand VII


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Ferdinand VII

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(Biography) 1784–1833, king of Spain (1808; 1814–33). He precipitated the Carlist Wars by excluding his brother Don Carlos as his successor
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Spanish history: Sims was fascinated by the history of the theater, which was founded by King Ferdinand VII.
Ferdinand VII wanted to reward the Philippines for its loyalty to the crown, after all, Philip II on June 21, 1574, conferred on Manila the title 'Insigne y siempre leal' marking it as an 'illustrious and ever-loyal' city.
The book begins with a coup that saw Ferdinand VII overthrow his hapless father Charles IV and his aid, Juan-Manuel Godoy.
The Real Order of Isabella the Catholic was created in 1815 by King Ferdinand VII of Spain and its current rules establish as its main function rewarding those who contribute in a relevant manner to favoring Spain s cooperation ties with the international community.
Un malestar entre el pueblo espanol fruto de las tensiones que <<still subsist between Ferdinand VII and the Cortes of Spain>>.
As a serious joke, Cropper reminds us that while Ferdinand VII of Spain (1813-1833) created a national academy of bullfighting to control the sport, his effort was seen as too elitist and was loathed by commoners.
There is also a painting by Goya, whose portrait of King Ferdinand VII can be seen in the Palacio de Navarra nearby.
When news arrived in 1808 from Europe of the forced abdication of Spanish King Ferdinand VII by Napoleon, local leaders in Uruguay as throughout Spanish America, sensed a power vacuum.
While the Cortes de Cadiz adopted a law that shifted power from the King (who by tradition authorized publication of a text) to the individual author of the play, Ferdinand VII annulled the statute when he returned to the throne in May 1814.
Another French expeditionary force sent to the aid of King Ferdinand VII, in 1823, stimulated interest in the Bard's plays.
When he sought to return them to the now-restored King Ferdinand VII of Spain in 1815, the King gave them to him in gratitude for his role in expelling the French monster.
King Ferdinand VII named his daughter Isabel as his heir, a move that went counter to Spain's constitutionally designated successor, the King's conservative brother Carlos.