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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Since the beginning of the decade, rumor has been swirling around that (https://royalcentral.co.uk/uk/queen/will-the-queen-make-charles-prince-regent-when-she-turns-95-115591/) Prince Charles might be the prince regent for our times.
Royal commentator (https://www.ibtimes.com/prince-charles-already-king-all-name-source-says-2729171) Robert Jobson claimed in his new book "Charles at 70: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams" that the apparent heir is already the prince regent. Some sources close to Her Majesty also said that when Queen Elizabeth II reaches the age of 95 she will make a monumental decision of allowing Prince Charles to officially take over the stewardship of her reign.
Then there's the pleasure palace itself - the wonderful Royal Pavilion, where you can relive the Prince Regent's sumptuous decadence.
These she earmarked for wildly different recipients: an amateur-writer friend, Anne Sharp; the best-selling novelist Maria Edgeworth; and the prince regent, who had already sent a request to the author for a copy.
The Prince Regent was a greedy eater Later to become King George IV, the Prince Regent was known for being something of an overeater.
Julian Fellowes played both Major Dunnett and the Prince Regent in which ITV drama?
The Prince Regent's Band: Richard Fomison, soprano cornet; Richard Thomas, soprano cornet; Annecke Scott, tenor saxhorn; Phile Dale, baritone saxhorn; Jeff Miller, contrabass saxhorn.
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.
Who played the Prince Regent in Blackadder The Third?
Contract notice: Prince regent square architectural commission.

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