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... Year First member Second member 1542 No names known 1545 Walter Herbert Charles Herbert 1547 Sir Thomas Morgan William Herbert 1553 (Mar) 1553 (Oct. 1642 by Henry Herbert William Herbert, disabled 1645 ... John Herbert Henry Herbert 1648 John Herbert Henry Herbert 1653 Philip Jones Year First member Second member ... by Thomas Hughes Henry Herbert 1656 Major General James Berry, sat for Worcestershire repl ...
21 August 1765 – 16 May 1789 His Royal Highness The Prince William Henry 16 May 1789 – 26 June 1830 His Royal Highness The Duke of Clarence and St Andrews 26 June 1830 – 20 June 1837 His Majesty The ... He was the first king of the United Kingdom named William, though there were three previous kings of England called William and two of Scotland ... His style in Hanover was "William the Fourth, by the Grace of God, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, etc ...
1541 Sir George Herbert of Swansea 1542 Sir Rice Mansel of Margam 1543 Sir Edward Carne of Ewenny 1544 William Bassett of Beapre 1545 Sir George Mathew of ...
... With the coming of the French Revolution William V joined the First Coalition against Republican France in 1793 ... returned from Paris to fight in the Netherlands, and in 1795 William V fled to the safety of England ... In 1813, his son, King William I returned to the Netherlands and became the first Dutch monarch from the House of Orange ...
... William V assumed the position of stadtholder (chief executive) and Captain-General of the Dutch States Army in 1766 ... On 4 October 1767 in Berlin, Prince William married Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia, the daughter of Augustus William of Prussia, niece of Frederick the Great and a cousin of George III ... William V, leading the pro-British faction within the government, blocked attempts by pro-independence, and later pro-French, elements to drag the government ...
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“making whats new
Ill and good, old, for as we die in you,
You die in Time, Time in Eternity.”
—Edward Herbert (15831648)
“Sir Francis, Sir Francis, Sir Francis is come;”
—Unknown. Upon Sir Francis Drakes Return from His Voyage about the World, and the Queens Meeting Him (l. 1)
“No hand has been allowed to touch
The rose I hide,
Though eyes have looked upon it and desired it.”
—Unknown. The Thousand and One Nights.
ErPo. Erotic Poetry; the Lyrics, Ballads, Idyls, and Epics of LoveClassical to Contemporary. William Cole, ed. (1963)