Prince Regent


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Prince Regent

George IV as regent of Great Britain and Ireland during the insanity of his father (1811--20)

Prince Regent

 

an inlet of the Canadian archipelago that joins the Parry Strait zone with the Gulf of Boothia. Length, approximately 220 km; width, 80–140 km; maximum depth, 439 m. The inlet is totally or partially ice-free in August and the first half of September. W. Parry discovered the inlet in 1819.

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Austen was distressed by the demands of the prince regent, a man shed long despised for his famed womanizing.
The three span masonry bridge was commissioned in 1827 to span the river Leam and its design is attributed to architect John Nash, architect to the Prince Regent, who's work famously includes Brighton Pavilion, Buckingham Palace and Marble Arch.
The show is made up of three episodes back-to-back, following the exploits of anti-hero Edmund Blackadder, slow-witted dogsbody Baldrick and the idiotic Prince Regent.
Although |he became a leader of fashion and a friend of the Prince Regent, he died destitute in France at the age of 62 through gambling and extravagance.
On June 19, he set off from Brussels in a horse and carriage, from which protruded two captured French regimental eagle standards and flags, which Henry was ordered to present to the Prince Regent in London.
Who played the Prince Regent in Blackadder The Third?
Contract notice: Prince regent square architectural commission.
George Augustus Frederick, Prince of Wales, was 48 when he was appointed Prince Regent to his father, King George III.
Using Google Earth, they targeted prospective plant hotspots in the rugged Prince Regent River and Mitchell Plateau area and then explored them by helicopter.
1788: Sir Robert Peel, who as Home Secretary formed the Metropolitan Police and later became Prime Minister, was born in Bury, Lancashire 1811: The Prince of Wales became Prince Regent on the established insanity of George III.
The Regent draws on the architecture of John Nash who was commissioned by the Prince Regent in 1811 to develop a huge swathe of London, then known as Marylebone Park.
Lizzy herself takes London by storm dancing with the Prince Regent inspiring a poem by Lord Byron and even winning over Lady Catherine's sister and brother-in-law Lord and Lady Whitwell who are also the parents of her old friend Colonel Fitzwilliam (the puzzling discrepancy in their surnames is never explained).

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