Master of The Robes - George IV

George IV

  • 1820-1830: Lord Francis Conyngham

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George (given Name) - People - Monarchs
... See also King George (disambiguation) Bulgaria George I of Bulgaria, emperor of Bulgaria 1280–1292 George II of Bulgaria, emperor of Bulgaria 1321–1322 Georgia George I of Georgia (998/1002–1027. 1054 – 1112), king of Georgia 1072–1089 George III of Georgia (died 1184), king of Georgia 1156–1184 George IV of Georgia (1192–1223), king of Georgia 1213–1223. 1561 – 1606), king of Kartli 1599–1606 George XI of Kartli (1651–1709), king of Kartli 1676–1688 and 1703–1709 George XII of Georgia (1746–1800), last king of Georgia 1798–1800 Great Britain ...
List Of Peerages Created For Women - George IV
... In place of her late husband George Canning, Prime Minister, who died in office 8 August 1827 ...
British Queens Dowager - Definition - House of Hanover
... Sophia of the Palatinate was the mother of George I, but died in 1714 ... Her death allowed George to succeed Anne later in the same year ... Sophia Dorothea of Celle was the mother of George II, but died in 1726 ...
The Personal Jewel Collection Of Elizabeth II - Diadems and Tiaras - The King George IV State Diadem
... The George IV State Diadem (also known as the "Diamond Diadem") was made in 1820 by the Royal Goldsmiths Rundell, Bridge and Rundell for the coronation of George IV ...
Carlton House - Architectural History
... In May, 1787, the Prince of Wales contritely approached his father, King George III, and persuaded him to provide the money to finish the house ... Many of the finest paintings now in the royal collection were collected by George IV for Carlton House ... When Prince of Wales, George IV patronized contemporary artists such as Reynolds, Gainsborough, and Stubbs ...

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