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  Princess Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anne of Hanover, princess of Orange-Nassau by Bernard Accama (1736)
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne of Orange, Princess Royal of Great Britain, Ireland, and Hanover, Princess-Regent of Friesland (2 November 1709–12 January 1759) was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort, Queen Caroline.
Princess Anne was the second daughter of a British Sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal.
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 Anne, Princess Royal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Princess Anne, Princess Royal, LG, LT, GCVO, QSO (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Laurence, formerly Phillips, née Mountbatten-Windsor), styled HRH The Princess Royal (born August 15, 1950), is a member of the British Royal Family.
Princess Anne was born on August 15, 1950 at Clarence House, London.
Princess Anne was the target of a failed kidnap attempt on March 20, 1974.
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 Anne, Princess Royal: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Anne, Princess Royal
Anne and Mark divorced in 1992, and she married Timothy Laurence[?], a naval officer and former member of the Royal Household[?], in December 1992.
Anne is an outstanding horsewoman, who was selected for the British three-day eventing[?] team for the 1975 European championships, winning silver medals both as an individual and as part of the team.
Anne also maintains a heavy schedule of royal engagements and extensive charity work, notably the children's charity Save The Children[?], of which she has been president since 1970.
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 Encyclopedia: Anne, Princess Royal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Her Royal Highness Princess Edward, Duchess of Kent (Katharine Lucy Mary Windsor, formerly Worsley), styled HRH The Duchess of Kent, is a member of the British Royal Family the wife of HRH Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, a grandson of King George V and cousin of Queen Elizabeth II.
HRH The Princess Royal Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne, Princess Royal (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Laurence, formerly Mountbatten-Windsor), styled HRH The Princess Royal (born August 15, 1950), is a member of the British Royal Family.
Anne of Hanover, princess of Orange-Nassau by Bernard Accama (1736) Anne, Princess Royal of Great Britain, Ireland, and Hanover and Princess of Orange-Nassau, (2 November 1709-12 January 1759) was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort, Queen Caroline.
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 Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
Anne, born in 1665, was the second daughter of James II and Anne Hyde.
Anne and Sarah were virtually inseparable: no king's mistress had ever wielded the power granted to the duchess, but Sarah became too confident in her position.
Anne was torn personally as well as politically by the succession question: her Stuart upbringing compelled her to choose as heir her half-brother, the Old Pretender and favorite of the Tories, but she had already elected to side with Whigs when supporting Mary and William over James II.
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 Orange
Johan Willem Friso of Orange-Nassau Johan Willem Friso of Orange-Nassau was William IV of Orange stadtholder of all seve...
Orange Beach, Alabama Orange Beach is a city located in 2000 census, the population of the city is 3,784.
Orange Pekoe Orange Pekoe is a classification of orange flavor, or that is otherwise somehow associated with the orange...
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 Anne, Princess of Orange   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Anne Princess Royal of Great Britain Ireland Hanover and Princess of Orange-Nassau (2 November 1709 - 12 January 1759) was the second child and eldest of King George II of Great Britain and his consort Queen Caroline.
Her Serene Highness Princess Anne of Hanover of Brunswick and Lüneburg was born at Herrenhausen Hanover Germany five years before her grandfather the Elector Georg Ludwig succeeeded to British throne as King George I.
The groom was the son Prince Johan Willem Friso of Orange-Nassau the stadholder of Friesland and the Friesian claimant to the of the United Provinces and of Langravine Maria of Hesse-Cassel He became stadholder of Groningen in 1718; and Guelders in 1722; and Zealand Holland and Overijssel in 1741.
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 Anne Princess Royal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Princess Anne was rewarded with a £20,000 hedge cutter and a £3.50 mug when she paid a whistle-stop visit to Shropshire.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise, The Princess Royal, LG, LT, GCVO, QSO was born at Clarence House, London.
Princess Anne was educated at a private boarding school, Benenden School in Kent.
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 Encyclopedia: Princess Anne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Anne, Princess Royal (born 15 August 1950), daughter of Elizabeth II of the UK Anne, Princess of Orange (1709‑1759), daughter of George II of Great Britain
HRH The Princess Royal Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne, Princess Royal, LG, LT, GCVO, QSO (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Laurence, formerly Phillips, née Mountbatten-Windsor), styled HRH The Princess Royal (born August 15, 1950), is a member of the British Royal Family.
Princess Anne of England (17 March 1637 - 8 December 1640) was the daughter of King Charles I of England and Henrietta Maria.
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 Queen Anne (1665-1714)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Anne was born on 6 February 1665, the second daughter of James, Duke of York, later James II.
In 1687 an arrangement was undertaken to settle the crown of England on Anne, to the exclusion of Mary, on condition of Anne's embracing the Catholic faith—an arrangement that failed due to Anne's devotion to the Church of England.
Thus Anne was indignant when in 1708 the Whigs expressed their wish that a member of the electoral family be invited to England.
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 Orange County Chamber of Commere (VA) - History of Orange County
Created in 1734, Orange County is named in honor of William IV, Prince of Orange and husband of Anne, Princess Royal of England.
Orange covered the vast unknown territory extending from its present eastern boundary to the Mississippi River on the west and to the Great Lakes on the north.
Orange County and the surrounding area was the stage for many Civil War engagements and events, including a skirmish fought in the streets of the town of Orange in 1862.
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 Anne, Princess Royal - Biocrawler definition:Anne, Princess Royal - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Her Royal Highness The Princess Anne, Princess Royal, LG, LT, GCVO, QSO (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Laurence, formerly Phillips, née Mountbatten-Windsor), styled HRH The Princess Royal (born August 15 1950), is a member of the British Royal Family.
Princess Anne on August 15, 1950 at Clarence House, London.
In 2002, the Princess Royal became the first member of the royal family to face criminal charges since King Charles I was charged with treason.
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 Princess Royal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Princess Royal is a style customarily (but not automatically) awarded by a British monarch to his or her eldest daughter.
Princess Anne (1709 - 1759): daughter of King George II; wife of William IV, Prince of Orange (1711 - 1751)
Princess Victoria (1840 - 1901): daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert; wife of Friedrich III, King of Prussia and German Emperor (1831 - 1888); mother of Wilhelm II, last King of Prussia and last German Emperor (1859 - 1941)
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 Anne, Princess Royal - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
From birth, the princess was known as HRH Princess Anne of Edinburgh.
Born at Clarence House, London, the princess was educated at a private boarding school, Benenden School in Kent.
The Princess Royal is an outstanding horsewoman, who was selected for the British three-day eventing team for the 1975 European championships, winning silver medals both as an individual and as part of the team.
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 Essential Oil Dictionary, Detailed Reference Guide, Herbal Encyclopedia
The name Neroli is said to originate from the Italian princess, Anne-Marie de la Tremoille, Countess of Nerola, who used the oil as a perfume and to scent her bathwater and gloves.
The orange petals were used in China in the making of cosmetics and are still an ingredient for making traditional smelling Eau-de-cologne.
Orange petals are often associated with marriage, purity and brides who traditionally wore it in their hair.
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 Berkshire History: Biographies: Anne Hyde, Duchess of York (1637-1671)
Anne was the elder sister of Henry Hyde, eventual 2nd Earl of Clarendon and was born at Cranbourne Lodge in Windsor Great Park.
During the period of her father's exile, Anne lived in Breda, as maid of honour to the Princess of Orange, where she seems to have been distinguished for her sprightly gaiety.
Anne's father, who had been wisely kept in ignorance, was unpaternally distressed by the news.
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 The Letters Of Horace Walpole, Earl Of Orford — Volume 1 by Horace Walpole eBook by BookRags
Chapter 2.—­73 Marriage of George the First, while Electoral Prince, to the Princess Sophia Dorothea-Assassination of Count Konigsmark-Separation from the Princess-Left-handed espousal-Piety of the Duchess of Kendal-Confinement and Death of Sophia Dorothea in the Castle of Alden-French Prophetess-The King’s Superstition-Mademoiselle Schulemberg-Royal Inconsistency-Countess of platen-Anne Brett-Sudden Death of George the First
Clayton, afterwards Lady Sundon-Lady Diana Spencer-Frederick, Prince of Wales-Sudden Removal of the Prince and Princess from Hampton Court to St. James’s-Birth of a Princess-Rupture with the King-Anecdotes of Lady Yarmouth
George the Second’s Daughters-Anne, Princess of Orange-Princess Amelia-Princess Caroline-Lord Hervey-Duke of Cumberland
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To Sir Horace Mann, June 6.-Marriage of the Princess Mary to the Prince of Hesse--482 205.
Marriage of Lady Charlotte Fermor, and of the Princess Louisa to the King of Denmark.
Junius: The Princess Dowager made it her first care to inspire her son with horror against heresy, and with a respect for the church.
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 Enquiry of the Princess of Orange into the Birth of the Prince of Wales
In the following weeks his sister, the Princess of Orange sent to the Princess Anne of Denmark a list of carefully worded questions in which she asked her sister about the exact circumstances of the birth.
The Princess Anne of Denmark had not herself been present at the birth; but she had decided several months previously that her step-mother Queen Mary Beatrice would not bear a son.
Whether the Queen desired at any time any of the ladies, in particular the Princess of Denmark, to feel her belly, since she thought herself quick, or of lat.
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Anne needs to feel that she is both accepted by the group and that she has an opportunity to use her leadership abilities - Ahahahahaha!
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 Index entries of the British Library Manuscripts Catalogue
Correspondence with the Prince and Princess of Orange 1747-1759.
Letters from Princess Amelia to her sister Anne, Princess of Orange 1757.
Anne, wife of Prince William Charles Henry Friso.
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 NPG D7951; Anne, Princess of Orange
Anne, Princess of Orange (1709-1759), Daughter of King George II; wife of William Henry, Prince of Orange.
NPG D9254: Anne, Princess of Orange (impression from same plate as)
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 Anne, Princess Royal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
HRH The Princess Royal (Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Mountbatten-Windsor1) (born August 15, 1950), of the Royal House of Windsor, is the second child and only daughter of II of the United Kingdom">Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and her husband, Prince Philip.
In 2002, the Princess Royal become the first member of the royal family to appear in court since King II of England">Charles II was charged with treason.
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 Anne, The Princess Royal (1950- )
Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, with the style of Her Royal Highness (H.R.H. Princess Anne)
HRH The Princess Royal (Burke's Peerage and Gentry)
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal (Royal Family, Canadian Heritage)
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 John Faber The Younger Artworks and Fine Art at arthistorynet.com
Portrait of Anne, Countess of Jersey, 17th - 18th century
Portrait of William, Prince of Orange, 17th - 18th century
Portrait of Anne, Princess of Orange, 17th - 18th century
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 Variations in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer
Queen Mary, Catherine the Queen Dowager, and their Royal Highnesses Mary, Princess of Orange, and the Princess Anne of Denmark,...
Queen Mary, Catherine the Queen Dowager, his Royal Highness James the Prince of Wales, and their Royal Highnesses Mary, Princess of Orange, and the Princess Anne of Denmark,...
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, the Princess of Wales,...
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 Princess Anne Hotel, Asheville, North Carolina - BNBList.com
Princess Anne Hotel, Asheville, North Carolina - BNBList.com
The Princess Anne Hotel has an enviable location in the Chestnut Hill National Historic District of Asheville, North Carolina.
The hotel was built by the father of Johnny Mercer (writer of the classic melody “Moon River”) for Miss Anne O’Connell, a charismatic worker at a nearby tuberculosis clinic.
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