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  Charles IV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia (1751–1802), styled "Charles IV of England and Scotland" by Jacobites.
Charles IV of Norway and XV of Sweden (1826–1872).
Charles IV of Hungary and I of Austria (1887–1922).
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 Lorraine - LoveToKnow 1911
The original kingdom of Lorraine was the northern part of the territories allotted by the treaty of Verdun (August 843) to the emperor Lothair I., and in 855 formed the inheritance of his second son, King Lothair.
This kingdom of Lorraine was situated between the realms of the East and the West Franks, and originally extended along the North Sea between the mouths of the Rhine and the Ems, including the whole or part of Frisia and the cities on the right bank of the Rhine.
Attacked by the emperor, the duke of Lorraine was forced at the treaty of Amance (1218) to acknowledge himself the vassal of the count of Champagne, and to support the count in his struggles against his ancient ally the count of Bar.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg08 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Leopold Duke Of LORRAINE was born on 11 Sep 1679.
Charles Prince Of LORRAINE was born on 24 Nov 1680 in Wien, Wien, Austria.
Francois Prince Of LORRAINE was born on 8 Dec 1689 in Innsbruck, Tirol, Austria.
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 CHARLES IV, duke of Lorraine. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition. 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 1633, French troops invaded Lorraine in retaliation for Charles’s support of Gaston d’Orléans.
Although he joined the Spanish during the Fronde, he communicated with the French government and as a result was imprisoned by the Spanish (1654–59).
Expelled once more by the French in 1670, Charles later helped to instigate the alliance of Spain and the Holy Roman emperor with the Dutch in the third of the Dutch Wars.
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 AllRefer.com - Lorraine : History, France (French Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Bar and Lorraine were reunited when Lorraine passed by marriage to RenE of Anjou, duke of Bar; the three bishoprics were finally annexed by France in 1552.
Duke Charles IV spent most of his life trying to recover his lands, and his successor, Charles V, although he helped to recover Hungary from Turkey, never managed to recover Lorraine.
By an arrangement (1735) with Louis XV, he exchanged the duchies of Lorraine and Bar for Tuscany; Lorraine and Bar were given to Louis XV's father-in-law, Stanislaus I, ex-king of Poland, upon whose death (1766) they passed to France.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Lorraine
Lorraine, moreover, included within its boundaries the original home of the Austrasian dynasty, with Aachen, Charlemagne's capital, and the most important centres of ancient culture: two archbishoprics (Cologne and Trier), many bishoprics (Metz, Toul, Verdun, etc.), abbeys and royal castles.
The southern part, Upper Lorraine, or the Land of the Moselle, extended to the south-east of the Vosges and to the Sichelberg, with the Archbishopric of Trier and the Bishoprics of Metz, Toul, and Verdun.
Besides, the dukes were, as a rule, involved in the quarrels of the German suzerain and also took part in the Crusades; for piety and devotion to the Church distinguished most of them, in spite of their warlike character.
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 LORRAINE - Online Information article about LORRAINE
On the death of Frederick of Luxemburg in Io65 the emperor Henry IV.
Charles died on the 14th of May 16o8, and was succeeded by his eldest son Henry II., called the Good, who rid Lorraine of the German bands and died in 1624 without issue.
Theresa of Austria, the daughter and heiress of the emperor Charles VI.
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 James Breck Perkins, France Under Mazarin with a Review of the Administration of Richelieu, Vol. 1 (New York: G.P. ...
Charles claimed, however, that by the Salic law he was himself the legal heir, and by the cession of his father's rights he presently assumed to hold the dukedom for himself and not for his wife.
Charles adopted the life of a wandering soldier of fortune which was most to his taste, and commanded the imperial forces at the battle of Nordlingen.
Charles was hardly back in his dominions before he chose to regard the treaty he had made as of no validity, and in July he violated it openly, and shortly took refuge with the Spanish army.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Lorraine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Charles V CHARLES V [Charles V] (Charles Leopold), 1643-90, duke of Lorraine; nephew of Duke Charles IV.
Francis I FRANCIS I [Francis I] 1708-65, Holy Roman emperor (1745-65), duke of Lorraine (1729-37) as Francis Stephen, grand duke of Tuscany (1737-65), husband of Archduchess Maria Theresa.
He fought for Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV against Pope Gregory VII and against Rudolf of Swabia and was rewarded (c.1082) with the duchy of Lower Lorraine, which he claimed through his mother.
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 GENUKI: Dukes of Great Britain - B
and Charles I., was a native of Leicestershire, and was born in 1592.
desired that Bedford should be regent of France, and the duke of Gloucester regent of England, during the minority of his son; but by act of parliament Bedford was appointed protector of the kingdom, and Gloucester his substitute in case of absence.
The duke of Brittany had previously abandoned the English; the duke of Burgundy did the same in 1435; and the death of Bedford, hastened by disappointment, followed immediately.
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 Italy
But the Spain of Charles V was not now to be resisted, and the League only accomplished the loss of Milan (1526) and the memorable sack of Rome by the Spanish army (1527).
It was the invasion of Italy by the French King Charles VIII in 1494 that disrupted the rule of the Medici.
Charles of Anjou petitioned the Pope for the title for Jerusalem, which was granted, but the nobles of Outremer, who always regarded the office as elective, chose King Hugh III of Cyprus.
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 Commercy - LoveToKnow 1911
In 1544 it was besieged by Charles V.
For some time the lordship was in the hands of Francois Paul de Gondi, cardinal de Retz, who lived in the town for a number of years, and there composed his memoirs.
From him it was purchased by Charles IV., duke of Lorraine.
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 History of Germany
Between 1152 and 1190, during the reign of Frederick I (Barbarossa), of the Hohenstaufen dynasty, an accommodation was reached with the rival Guelph party by the grant of the duchy of Bavaria to Henry the Lion, duke of Saxony.
Between 1346 and 1378 Emperor Charles IV of Luxembourg, king of Bohemia, sought to restore the imperial authority.
But the 1848 revolution proved abortive: King Frederick William IV of Prussia refused the imperial crown, the Frankfurt parliament was dissolved, the ruling princes repressed the risings by military force and the German Confederation was re-established.
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 Pepys' Diary: Taaffe, Theobald (1st Earl of Carlingford)
In 1650, he was sent to the Continent to negotiate with Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine, for assistance to the king’s followers in Ireland.
During the 1650’s, Taaffe remained on the Continent, serving the exiled Charles II as informal counselor and boon companion, described by Charles II as "one of the best Dancers in the Country, and is the chief man at all the Balls" (Crist, p.
In 1665, he was sent as Envoy-Extraordinary from Charles II to Leopold I, Emperor of Germany, and the prince-bishop of Munster in order to gain support for the English cause against the Dutch.
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 Alsace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Duke Charles IV, via the Treaty of Wesphalia, was forced to give Alsace and Lorraine to King Louis XIII of France but some areas were still loyal to the Germans.
In 1738, the Treaty of Vienna mandated that Duke Francis III, married to a Hapsburg, cede Lorraine to Louis XV of France in exchange for Tuscany.
Lorraine food is often associated with hearty farm dishes such as the quintessential Quiche Lorraine.
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 HighBeam Encyclopedia – Free Online Encyclopedia for Reference, Research, Facts
CHARLES IV [Charles IV] 1604-75, duke of Lorraine.
In 1633, French troops invaded Lorraine in retaliation for Charles's support of Gaston d' Orléans.
Although he joined the Spanish during the Fronde, he communicated with the French government and as a result was imprisoned by the Spanish (1654-59).
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 Francia Media:  Lorraine & Burgundy
Upper Lorraine bordered, to the east, on Alsace, part of the Duchy of Swabia, to the south, on the Free County of Burgundy, and to the west, on Champagne.
Isabel, the Heiress of Lorraine, marries a grandson of Duke Louis I of Anjou, son of King John II of France.
Although the Kingdom was otherwise non-functioning, the Emperor Charles IV was still formally crowned as King of Burgundy at Arles in 1365.
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 Pretenders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
I've been asked a number of times some variant on the question: "Who would be the real heir to the Anglo-Saxons?" I've researched this carefully, and the probable answer is fairly startling.
She married Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, and her eldest surviving heir was Maria Theresa, Queen of Hungaary and Bohemia, Archduchess of Austria and Lady of much else - she wed Francis Stephen of Lorraine and Tuscany, who was made Holy Roman Emperor in turn.
In 1809, the profoundly unpopular Gustav IV was deposed, and the rights of his 10-year old son ignored in favour of the kings brother.
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 German Genealogy: History of Lorraine
Charles the Bald was given the western part (France), Louis was given the eastern part (Germany) and Lothar got the Midlands which spread from the North Sea to Rome.
Later Charles the Fat, the youngest son of Louis the German, restored the territorial unity of Charlemagne's empire.
Lorraine had been for a long time a coveted region and it was now surrounded by territories of the kingdom of France.
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 CHARLES V - Online Information article about CHARLES V
John Sobieski, who was to be associated with him in his greatest feat of arms, being elected.
CORPS (pronounced as in French, from which it is taken, being a late spelling of tors, from Lat.
Bonn were taken in the first campaign, but Charles in travelling from Vienna to the front died suddenly at Weis on the 18th of April 169o.
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 700000 people connected with European Royalty
Charles I Emperor Of Austria and Zita Of Parma
Charles IV Duke Lorraine and Eleonore Arch Duchess Of Austria Queen Of Poland
Duke Of Mantua Guglielmo and Eleonore Archduchess Of Austria
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 Kingdoms of France - Lorraine
Charles had been deposed in the West in 923.
Effectively, Upper Lorraine is the only surviving Duchy of Lorraine.
Lower Lorraine Passes to the Dukes of Brabant, who cease using the title ("Lothier") in 1190.
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 Personalities of Louisiana: Charles III of Spain
Charles' (or Don Carlos) mother is Elizabeth Farnese (1692-1766) a granddaughter of the Duke of Parma (in Italy).
His second son Charles is named as Prince of Asturias and heir to the throne.
The Prince of Asturias will be Charles IV and his wife the princess is his first cousin, Maria Luisa, the daughter of Philip, Duke of Parma and Don Carlos' brother.
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 Sarah Hanley | "The Jurisprudence of the Arrêts": Marital Union, Civil Society, and State Formation in France, ...
Turning to procedures instead, they attempted only to censure secrecy (at all ages) by directing officiating priests to publish banns announcing a marriage (though unions lacking banns could be reenacted) and to record the names of the couple and two witnesses present at the nuptials (also capable of reenactment).
Marguerite, princess of Lorraine, her marriage nullified in France, her reputation compromised, deluged aristocrats, women and men, all over Europe with aggrieved letters and called upon the pope to hear this marital case in Rome.
In 1700 the English Catholic aristocrat, Mary Grosvenor, emotionally fragile following the death of her Protestant husband and loss of her children (removed from her care by in-laws to be raised Protestant), succumbed to the blandishments of her new Catholic chaplain, a Benedictine monk, Louis Fenwick.
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 Worldroots.com
959, Frederick I of Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine
1027, Frederick II of Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine
1065, Godfrey II the Bearded of Lorraine, Duke of Lorraine
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 April 3 - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
1936 - Richard Bruno Hauptmann is executed for the kidnapping and death of Charles Augustus Lindbergh III, the baby son of Anne and world-famous pilot Charles Lindbergh.
1643 - Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine, general of the Holy Roman Empire (d.
1350 - Eudes IV, Duke of Burgundy (b.
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 Timeline   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
1604 - Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine, born.
1643 - Charles V (Charles Leopold), Duke of Lorraine, born.
1690 - Charles V (Charles Leopold), Duke of Lorraine, died.
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The Duke of Lorraine granted such a Seigneury in Northern Alsace at Tanviller, This author has not determined exactly when the tract was granted, but it is known that the Seigniory was in existence in the early 1500s.
The Seigneury was particularly significant to the history of the Dontenville Family because it was believed to be the attraction that possibly brought the first Dontenvilles to Alsace from Lorraine in the mid 1500s.
Louis XIV encouraged the immigration of settlers from Lorraine, Baden, and Switzerland.
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 JesuitUSA News, Nov 08, 2004
Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine, destroyed the Jesuit colleges and houses because the Fathers had disapproved of his second marriage, as his first wife was still alive.
Charles Borromeo died in the arms of his confessor, Charles Adorno SJ, after celebrating Mass in the Jesuit house at Arona.
The Bishop of Rio de Janeiro accused the Jesuits of concealing relics and other church treasures(belonging to their suppressed churches.) All who had knowledge of the matter and refused to disclose it were to be excommunicated.
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 He   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Child: William IV Atherling Duke of Normandy m Matilda of Anjou (born Alice)
Parents: Otto II Duke of Carinthia and Judith of Verdun
Parents: Hermann IV Duke of Swabia and Adele Margravine de Susa
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