1 edition of life of William III.late King of England, and Prince of Orange found in the catalog.
life of William III.late King of England, and Prince of Orange
1703 by printed for S. and J. Sprint, and J.Nicholson (in Little Britain;), James Knapton (at the Crown in St.Pauls Church-yard;), and Benj. Tooke (at the Middle-Temple-Gate, Fleet-street in London) .
Written in English
Plates:frontis., unnumbered plate, fold plan, and 9 numbered plates.
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|Number of Pages||6249|
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The Life of William III Late King of England: And Prince of Orange. Genre/Form: History: Named Person: William, King of England; William, King of England: Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description: xiii,32 pages.
The life of William III. late King of England, and Prince of Orange. Intermixt with very many original papers, letters, memoirs, Illustrated medals, &c.
The Author: D. Jones. The life of William III.: late King of England, and Prince of Orange. Containing An Account of his Family, Birth, Education, Accession to the Dignity of Stadtholder, and Captain-General of Holland, his Marriage, Expedition to England, and the various Steps by which he and his Princess ascended the Throne, with the History of his Reign, Enterprizes, and Conduct in Peace or War.
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To my knowledge this is incorrect, it should be "King William III of England", "William III, King of England", or only "(King) William III". William III of England (without 'King' in the name) is a Wikipedia definition, not the name he was known as. Demophon9 September (UTC).
The life of William III. Late King of England, and Prince of Orange. Google eBoek (scanned version). Retrieved 1 September ↑ Troost, 77 ↑ The Guinness Book of Answers. London: Guinness Publishing. ISBN Full text of "The life of William III.
late king of England, and prince of Orange Intermixt with very many original papers several of which never before printed. Illustrated with divers cuts, medals, &c". King William III Prince of Orange William was born on November 4th at pm.
His father William II Prince of Orange died on October 27th in the year and his mother was Mary Stuart, daughter of Charles I.
William was brought up in the Protestant Faith and he spoke English, French, Dutch, German, Latin and Spanish. William England (* in Trowbridge; † August in London) war ein englischer Fotograf und Erfinder. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Familie.
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Late King of England, and Prince of Orange. Containing An Account of his Family, Birth, Education, Accession to the Dignity of Stadholder and Captain-General of Holland, his Marriage, Expedition to England, and the various Steps by which he and his Princess ascended the Throne, with the History of his Reign, Enterprizes, and Conduct in Peace or.
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