George IV


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George IV

1762-1830.
King of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover (1820-1830) who caused controversy when he attempted to divorce his estranged wife, Caroline of Brunswick.

George IV

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(Biography) 1762–1830, king of Great Britain and Ireland and also of Hanover (1820–30); regent (1811–20). His father (George III) disapproved of his profligate ways, which undermined the prestige of the crown, and of his association with the Whig opposition
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Noun1.George IV - King of Great Britain and Ireland and Hanover from 1820 to 1830George IV - King of Great Britain and Ireland and Hanover from 1820 to 1830; his attempt to divorce his estranged wife undermined the prestige of the Crown (1762-1830)
Hanoverian line, House of Hanover, Hanover - the English royal house that reigned from 1714 to 1901 (from George I to Victoria)
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She brought him two sons: Pitt, named not so much after his father as after the heaven-born minister; and Rawdon Crawley, from the Prince of Wales's friend, whom his Majesty George IV forgot so completely.
1762: George IV, King of England, eldest son of the insane George III, was born.
An event called Back To The Future: 1979-1989 at the National Library in George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, will recall the miners' strike, the age of HIV and Aids, the rise of the self-help book and fitness classes.
ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY www.expressandstar.com 1830: King George IV - England's fattest king - died aged 67.
was George IV, who ruled in place of his father George III for nine years until the king's death.
It was a time when the unpopular King George IV was on the throne and the Duke of Wellington was Prime Minister.
She is survived by her sons, George III (Roxanne), Greg (Kim); daughter, Valerie (Reid) Franzese; grandchildren, George IV, James, Brittany, Jacquelyn and the late Joshua; 6 great-grandchildren; brothers, Sonny (Carol) Thorson and Johnny Thorson; sister, Marilyn Curtis; preceded in death by her brother, Kenneth Thorson; also survived by her best friend of 81 years, Sophie; caregiver, Becky; and her companion, Myles.
Which London residence of the British monarch was redesigned by Nash for George IV? 3.
I lived in Melbourne Place (George IV Bridge) and the Lawnmarket (top of the Royal Mile) and spent my youth within the Fringe.
| 1762: George IV, King of England, eldest son of the insane George III, was born.1774: Robert Southey, Poet Laureate and historian, was born in Bristol.