Master of The Robes - George II

George II

  • 1727-1757: Augustus Schutz
  • 1757-1760: Edward Finch

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The March Of The Guards To Finchley - Painting - Background
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George II Of Brieg - Life
... After the death of his father in 1547, George II inherited the Duchy of Brzeg (which included the towns of Oława, Strzelin, Niemcza, Kluczbork, Byczyna, Wołów and Ścinawa) ... the early death of his relative Henry II of Poděbrady, made him the regent of his Duchy of Oleśnica on behalf of his sons Henry III and Charles II ... George II became in the regent of the Duchy on behalf of his nephew, jointly with Balthasar von Promnitz, until 1556, when Frederick III managed to return to Legnica and retake the power ...
George II, Prince Of Anhalt-Dessau - Life
... After the death of his father in 1474, George inherited Anhalt-Dessau alongside his older brothers Ernest I and Sigismund III and his younger brother Rudolph IV ... During life of his father, George was made "Mitherr" (co-ruler) of Köthen (1471) alongside his elder half-brother Waldemar VI, but soon resigned in Waldemar's favor ... In 1478 George married Agnes (ca ...
Augustan Literature - Historical Context - Political and Religious Context
... brought William and Mary to the throne instead of James II, and was codified in the Act of Settlement 1701 ... When Anne died without issue, George I, Elector of Hanover, came to the throne ... George I was never comfortable with the English language, and his isolation from the English people was instrumental in keeping his power relatively irrelevant ...