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  Charlotte of Spain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carlota Joaquina Teresa of Spain (25 April or 25 May 1775 - 6 January or 7 January 1830) was a Queen consort of Portugal.
On 8 May 1785 she was officially married (consummated on 9 January 1790 in Lisbon), the future João VI, King of Portugal and the Algarves, King of Brazil, the second son of Queen Maria I of Portugal and the late King Consort Pedro III of Portugal.
Spain itself was under Napoleon and its kings, her father and brother, were held by Napoleon in France.
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 Charles IV of Spain - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Charles IV (November 11, 1748 - January 20, 1819) was King of Spain from December 14, 1788 until his abdication on March 19, 1808.
He thought it very important to seem a very powerful monarch, although his kingdom was treated as a mere dependency by France and his throne was dominated by the queen and her lover.
Spain allied with France and supported the Continental Blockade, but withdrew after the Battle of Trafalgar.
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 Welcome to Adobe GoLive 5
Married in 1387 in Porto Princess Philippa of Lancaster (*1359 England,†1415 Odivelas-Loures).
Married in 1471 Princess Eleanor of Aragon (*1458 Beja,†1525 Lisbon).
Married secondly in 1687 Princess Maria Sophia of Bavaria-Neuburg (*1666 Juliers,†1699 Lisbon).
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 Philip V of Spain - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
King Philip V of Spain (1683-1746) or Philippe of Anjou, grandson of the French monarch Louis XIV, was king of Spain from 1700 to 1746, the first of the Bourbon dynasty in Spain.
During his reign Spain began to recover from the stagnation it had suffered during the twilight of the Habsburg dynasty.
Ferdinand VI of Spain, his son by his first queen Maria Luisa of Savoy, succeeded him.
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 Ferdinand VII of Spain - Avoo - Ask Us A Question - Ferdinand VII (October 14, 1784 - September 29, 1833) was King of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The eldest son of Charles IV, king of Spain, and of his wife Maria Louisa of Parma, he was born in the vast palace of El Escorial near Madrid.
Ferdinand soon found that while Spain was fighting for independence in his name and while in his name juntas had governed in Spanish America, a new world had been born of foreign invasion and domestic revolution.
In 1816, he married his niece Maria Isabel de Bragança, Princess of Portugal (1797-1818), daughter of his older sister Carlota Joaquina and John VI of Portugal.
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 Chapter 22: A History of Spain and Portugal, vol. 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Portuguese disamortization thus preceded Spain's by two years, and it was at once more radical and less severe: more radical in that all orders were dissolved, but less severe in that a little land was left in the hands of the church, at least somewhat more than in Spain.
As in Spain, the disamortization was also prompted by the financial strain of the civil war that had left the crown with a heavy debt.
Property taxes, as in Spain, tended to be rigged in favor of the largeholders to the detriment of small property owners.
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 Empire Adrift: The Portuguese Court in Rio de Janeiro by Patrick Wilcken
And Dona Carlota, his scheming wife, a child bride who tried to bite her husband's ear off on their wedding night and contrived, for the rest of her life, to spend as little time as possible in his company.
As for Dona Carlota Joaquina, Dom João’s Spanish wife, she kept a separate household and conducted a “conjugal guerrilla war” with the King.
Played unforgettably by Marieta Severo in Carla Camurati’s film Carlota Joaquina (1994), the Brazilian equivalent of The Madness of King George, Dona Carlota was short, lame, angular, frizzy haired, hot-tempered and uninhibited, an “irrepressible personality and a prima donna who needed to be the centre of attention and dressed in an eccentric, flamboyant style.
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 spain.webdict.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
King Philip V of Spain (December 19, 1683 – July 9, 1746) or Philippe of Anjou was king of Spain from 1700 to 1746, the first of the Bourbon dynasty in Spain.
Although Philip was allowed to remain on the Spanish throne, the war cost Spain the possession of Minorca in the Balearic Islands as well as Gibraltar to Great Britain and the Spanish Netherlands, Naples, Milan, and Sardinia to the Austrian Habsburgs; Sicily and parts of the Milanese to Savoy.
During his reign Spain began to recover from the stagnation it had suffered during the twilight of the Spanish Habsburg dynasty.
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 Carlota Joaquina, Princesa do Brazil / Carlota Joaquina, Brazilian Princess (Forum, Film Festival Berlin 1997)
Ten year old princess, Carlota Joaquina, is taking the formal examinations for admittance to the Portuguese court as wife of crown prince Don João.
Dona Carlota experiences a passionate romance with a young fl man, her racial prejudices notwithstanding.
CARLOTA JOAQUINA, PRINCESS OF BRAZIL is the film that might have resulted if Monty Python had attempted to recount the history of 18th century Brazil.
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 calendar of events | Que Pasa, OSU?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Spain, 1785: Carlota Joaquina, a princess whose marriage to Dom João VI had been arranged, at 10 years of age receives the portrait of her future husband and is obliged to depart for Portugal taking with her only her family inheritance.
With the death of Dom José, heir to the Portuguese throne, and the declaration of Maria I's insanity, Carlota Joaquina and Dom João VI inherit the throne of Portugal.
Carlota Joaquina is a carefully executed production that portrays the history of Brazil with attention to period detail.
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 All Things Royal > Portugal: de Braganca's
Princess Theresa of the Two-Sicilies, a quiet and unpretentious soul, did not inherit any of the good looks held by some members of her family.
Princess Imperial Isabel's decree eventually led to the proclamation of the Brazilian republic on November 16, 1889.
The other children are: Dom Pedro Gastao, married to Princess Maria-Esperanza of Bourbon-Orleans, an aunt of King Juan Carlos I of Spain; Donna Francisca, who married her cousin Dom Duarte of Braganza, Duke of Braganza; Dom Joao, a businessman in Brazil; and Donna Theresa who married a Portuguese commoner.
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 Portuguese (including Brazilian) Royal Family
Carlota Joaquina was a sister to King Fernando VII of Spain
Carlos was a brother to King Fernando VII of Spain, in 1833 Fernando set aside the Salic Law of succession to enable his daughter Isabel to succeed him.
Princess Maria Teresa and Princess Maria Gabriela are twins.
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 Brazil - The Transition to Kingdom Status   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
His wife was Dona Carlota Joaquina, a Spanish princess and mother to their nine children, among whom the most important for Brazilian history was Pedro de Alcântara de Bragança e Bourbon.
In 1820, when a military revolt in Spain forced the revived absolutist regime of Fer-nando VII (1784-1833) to restore the liberal constitution of 1812, the Portuguese military followed suit by expelling the British officers and forming revolutionary juntas.
Nonetheless, João VI and Queen Carlota exemplified the fading absolutist regime; their son Pedro would seek to be more modern by embracing the new ideas of liberal constitutionalism.
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 About Fernando VII
King of Spain 1808 / 1813 - 1833.
Princess of Portugal (1797-1818), daughter of his older sister
Isabella II, Queen of Spain (1833 - 1868).
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Married secondly in 1714 at Guadalajara Princess Isabella of Parma (*1692 Parma,†1766 Aranjuez).
Married secondly in 1816 in Madrid Princess Isabella of Portugal (*1797 Queluz,†1818 Madrid).
Married thirdly in 1819 in Madrid Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony (*1803 Dredsen,†1829 Aranjuez).
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 Infantes de España
His eldest son and heir Luis or Lodovico I (1773-1803) happened to marry Maria Luisa (1782-1824), daughter of Cárlos IV of Spain and was thus made Infante as spouse at the time of their marriage on 25 Aug 1795.
These were the first times since Sebastian's 1859 marriage that the children of a male Infante by grace resided in Spain and needed some kind of rank, short of giving them a title (note that, in the case of the children of Sebastian, three out of five sons were made dukes).
And Her said Royal Highness the Princess Victoria Eugénie Julia Ena shall be solemnized in person at Madrid as soon as the same may conveniently be done.
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 PORTUGAL LIVRE
In Portugal no one believed that as the catholic King of Spain, Carlos IV was the father-in-law to Prince João the Portuguese Prince Regent, he would make war to serve the interests of France.
But, Spain also directly entered with France in the division of our islands and overseas possessions; and with her would colaborate in the military occupation of Portugal.
It was Spain's war against Portugal by which the end result would be our dismemberment; the death of a whole and autonomous nation.
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 Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Arizona
From Spain’s plunder in the sixteenth century to the post-colonial British loans, austerity conditions set by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), oil price shocks and floating interest rates of the 1970s and 1980s, Latin America has been a net loser in the game of international trade and finance.
DVD (Elimar Produções) Framed as a story told to a young girl by her cousin, somewhere in the present day Scottish highlands, this film is a historical and political satire of sorts following Don Joao and his court on their flight from Napoleon and their 13-year exile in the Portuguese colony of Brazil.
Carlota's insatiable sexual appetites as well as her aspirations to be Queen of the Amazon and Empress of South America are the focus of this chronicle of Portuguese royals in Brazil from 1808-1821.
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 thePeerage.com - Neil Bruce and others
She married Eirik II Magnusson, King of Norway, son of Magnus VI Haakonsson, King of Norway and Ingeborg Eriksdottir, Princess of Denmark, before 25 September 1293.
She was the daughter of Dom João VI de Bragança, Rei de Portugal e Brasil and Carlota Joaquina de Borbón, Infanta de España.
Carlota Joaquina de Borbón, Infanta de España+ b.
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In January 1809, Molina, a Spanish commissioner to Buenos Aires, reported that the viceroy of Argentina had been in correspondence with the Prince Regent of Brazil (the crown prince of Portugal) and his wife, the Spanish princess and sister of Ferdinand VII, Carlota Joaquina.
Napoleon had control of Spain at this time, remember, and Ferdinand, his brother Carlos, and two other sisters were in French-held territory or directly under the thumb of the emperor.
Any movement to recognize Carlota Joaquina's authority would have resulted in Argentina being transferred to the sovereignty of Portugal, as those in Buenos Aires understood perfectly well.
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 John_VI_of_Portugal - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Joao was born as the second son of Maria Francisca of Portugal, the then Princess of Brazil and her husband, Infante Pedro, prince consort of Brazil.
Married first her cousin Pedro Carlos de Borbón y Bragança, Infante of Spain and Portugal and second to Carlos, Infante of Spain, widower of her sister Maria Francisca.
Proclaimed the Independence of Brazil in 1822 and became its first monarch as Emperor Peter I. He was also King of Portugal as Peter IV in 1826.
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 Genealogy of the Royal Family of Spain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
King of Spain and the Indies, November 1st, 1700 (abdicated in favor of his son Luís: January 15th, 1724; resumed the throne: September 6th, 1724); King of Naples and Sicily (as King Filippo IV), August 2nd, 1718 (abdicated in favor of his son Carlos: December 1st, 1734)
HRH Doña María Luísa Isabel Infanta of Spain
Princess Imperial and Archduchess of Austria, Princess Royal of Hungary and Bohemia ("Christa")
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 Carlota Joaquina - Princesa do Brasil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carlota Joaquina - Princesa do Brasil (in English: Carlota Joaquina - Princess of Brazil) is a 1995 Brazilian comedy film directed and written by Carla Camurati.
Marieta Severo plays Carlota Joaquina, Marcos Palmeira plays Dom Pedro I and Marco Nanini plays Dom João VI.
The film shows Calorta Joaquina's saga to conquer her enemies and become a queen.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carlota_Joaquina_-_Princesa_do_Brasil   (138 words)

  
 Carlos IV of Spain Encyclopedia Article @ WetVacations.com (Wet Vacations)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Commissioned by the Paris Opera, Don Carlos (in Italian, Don Carlo) was written with...
Carlota Joaquina (25 April 1775- 7 January 1830).
When Napoleon won from Prussia in 1807, Godoy returned to the French side, but France no longer considered Spain a worthy ally.
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 Brazil
Princess Januária of Brazil, etc (11.3.1822 Rio de Janeiro — 13.3.1901 Nice) styled Princess Imperial 30.10.1835 - 23.2.
Princess Paula of Brazil, etc (17.2.1823 Rio de Janeiro — 16.1.1833 Rio de Janeiro) f.
Princess Francisca Carolina of Brazil, etc (2.8.1824 Rio de Janeiro — 27.3.1898 Paris) = 1843; Prince François of Orleans, Prince de Joinville (1818-1900) see France g.
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 Index J
He married Carlota Joaquina, eldest daughter of Carlos IV of Spain, and supported Spain against the French Republic.
The first major crisis early in her reign was triggered by her desperation to find a cure for her youngest daughter who was born almost totally blind; her employment of a faith healer caused public concern.
The marriages of Princess Irene to a Spanish Carlist prince (1964) and Princess Beatrix to a German diplomat (1966) aroused political controversy stemming from Dutch memories of World War II.
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 Extraordinary Online Bulletin 3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Spain's grievances - English harassment of its shipping and encroachment on its American possessions - are summarized.
He also argues that the newly independent kingdom of Portugal should not be treated as a vassal of Spain, with whom the Dutch were at war.
Unrecorded pamphlet discussing the rights to the throne of D. Carlota Joaquina de Bourbon, daughter of D. Carlos IV of Spain, who had married the future D. João VI of Portugal in 1785.
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 A Royal Books Message Board
Marie-Henriette was mostly disapointed when princess Stéphanie failed to have a son in 1883 and producing an Heir to the Austrian-Hungarian Throne.
Princess stéphanie was not the first bride immagined to archduke Rodolphe.
Her best friends were the Hesse family, the children of princess Alice of England and she was specially close friend of princess “Ella”.
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