Master of The Robes - Charles, Prince of Wales, Later Charles I

Charles, Prince of Wales, Later Charles I

  • 1611-1622: Hon. Robert Carey
  • 1622-1628: Spencer Compton, Lord Compton
  • 1628-1649: ?

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    Taft, laughing, “What troubles [brother] Charles is, he is afraid Roosevelt will get the credit of making me President and not himself.” To Charles: “I will agree not to minimize the part you played in making me President if you will agree not to minimize the part Roosevelt played.”
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    Any plan conceived in moderation must fail when the circumstances are set in extremes.
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