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A prince or princess who is the head of state in a monarchy is a reigning prince, which had no other specific, formal (rank) title, and their domain, typically smaller than a kingdom, is called a "principality".
Prince Bismarck in the empire of reunited Germany, under the Hohenzollern dynasty.
In ancient China, the title of prince developed from being the highest title of nobility (synonymous with duke) in the Zhou Dynasty, to five grades of princes (not counting the sons and grandsons of the emperor) by the time of the fall of the Qing Dynasty.
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Prince Harry of Wales: His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales (Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor) (born September 15, 1984), nicknamed Prince Harry, is a member of the British Royal Family, a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II.
Harry is third in the line of succession to the British throne (behind his father, the Prince of Wales, and his elder brother, Prince William), and is famous for being the carefree, fun-loving, and rebellious member of the Royal Family.
In January, 2002, it was revealed that the prince had admitted smoking marijuana and allegedly engaged in underage drinking, in the summer of 2001, prompting the possibility of criminal charges being filed against him.
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  British prince - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of British princes from the accession of King George I in 1714.
HRH Prince Frederick of Wales, Prince of Wales
Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_British_princes   (1284 words)

 HRH - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the British monarchy the title of HRH is associated with the rank of prince or princess.
This is especially important when a prince has another title such as Duke (or a princess the title of Duchess) by which he or she would usually be addressed.
For instance HRH The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn was a prince and a member of the royal family while His Grace The Duke of Devonshire is a non-royal duke and not a member of the British royal family.
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 British Raj   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The British Raj is an informal term for the of British rule of the Indian subcontinent or present-day India Pakistan and Bangladesh.
First was the annexation in 1856 of Oudh a wealthy princely state that generated revenue and represented a vestige of Mughal The second was the British blunder in cartridges for the Pattern 1853 Enfield rifle were allegedly greased with animal fat which offensive to the religious beliefs of Muslim Hindu sepoys.
The British repressed opposition and on the press and on movement were An apparently unwitting example of violation of against the gathering of people led to massacre at Jalianwala Bagh in Amritsar in April 1919.
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 Prince Harry of Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Harry is third in the line of succession to the British throne (behind His father, the Prince of Wales, and His elder brother, Prince William), and has generally been regarded as a carefree, fun-loving, and rebellious member of the Royal Family.
The prince's official surname is Windsor, according to legal documentation, but all the descendants of Queen Elizabeth II utilize the surname Mountbatten-Windsor as personal preference.
The princes not only had to endure the pain of their parents' breakup, but the humiliation of having the most intimate details of the marriage splashed in the headlines; Charles's and Diana's public admissions of adultery didn't help.
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 The British Raj
Indeed, British Rule in India, known immortally as the British Raj, was a result of the Victorian eraís infusion of British liberal philosophy in colonial policy and social governance with that of the diverse, regional, religious and princely regimes that defined the Indian mosaic.
Despite, the British, through ruthless and iron stamina were beginning to get the upper hand by early autumn, and the turning point came with the capture of Delhi in September when 30,000 or more rebels fled the city before the final four weeks of the assault.
In the eyes of many of the British in India, however, the brown skin of the indigenous man and woman was perceived to be an even greater burden, serving as a badge of inferiority and a bar to progress towards European political rights and freedoms.
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 Casino News & Articles - September 29, 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Listed in London, Empire Online was seen as a potential consolidator of smaller online rivals, but it may now be returning some of that surplus cash pile to investors instead.
London listed online gambling group Leisure and Gaming had disappointing news for shareholders as the week started, announcing an eight percent decline in first-half profit, and the warning that second-half sports betting was weaker than expected.
The woes of BetonSports seemed to increase this week with reports in the British media that it appeared that competitors had a copy of the besieged sportsbook's customer list and were offering discounted betting promotions to steal its business.
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British tactic of getting Govigamas, who are half the population, to believe that they hold the upper hand in the society would devide the Sinhalese society with no hope of any liberation struggle ever becoming successful.
Atrocities occurred on both sides, with massacres of British soldiers and women and children at the garrison in Kanpur, and the firing of captured mutineers from cannon by the British.Nepal and the Sikhs stayed loyal (the Sikhs had been bitterly hostile to the Mughal Empire), while most Indian princes stayed aloof.
British who didn't want to spend on education to the average Sinhalese, are supported by the new Sinhala elite.
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 Flanders, Brittany, Burgundy, Anjou, Normandy, Blois, Champagne, Toulouse, etc.
The list of the counts is from Bruce R. Gordon's Regnal Chronologies and the WW-Person, A WWW Data base of European nobility.
Hugh I is of the House of Châtillon, and is a relative of Reynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch.
Under the Princes of Antioch, Reynald is identified as the son of the Seigneur Gottfried of Châtillon-sur-Loing, but this line does not seem to be included on the table for Châtillon.
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The British Sovereign is the Sovereign of the Order and appoints all other members of the Order (by convention, on the advice of the Government).
In 1922, it was renamed the "British Empire Medal." Recipients, who are not members of the Order itself, are grouped into the Civil and Military Divisions.
Such forms are not used by peers and princes, except when the names of the former are written out in their fullest forms.
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 Antique British Prints
He was redeemed in England by his engraving of Benjamin West's 'Apotheosis of the Princes Octavius and Alfred,' impressions of which he presented to King George III in 1787, and for which image he was knighted.
In "Plate 1, Trepanning a Recruit," a young country fellow is enticed to join the army by two recruiters who use flattery and spirited drinks, while the country swain's wife and child look on with misgivings.
In the early nineteenth century, Great Britain was one of the most powerful countries in the world, and the British people had a fascination with their country and its society.
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 Amazon.com: Richard III and the Princes in the Tower: Books: A.J. Pollard   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
To the Tower Born: A Novel of the Lost Princes by Robin Maxwell
But the bones are ultimately not conclusive, even assuming that they are the bones of the Princes, and the rest of the book is of solid worth.
Every library should own a copy; individuals may well hesitate at the stiff price, cause by the fact that the book is printed on glossy paper and stuffed with colour pictures.
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 The Regiment of Princes: Introduction
Thus, to cite British Library MS Arundel 38: "Explicit prologus de principum regimine, incipiendo de fide observanda" ("The prologue of The Regiment of Princes ends here; and the beginning [of the first section of the Regiment proper] on keeping faith").
The second of these manuscripts is British Library MS Arundel 38, and comparison with Harley reveals a more carefully written and corrected manuscript which was therefore Seymour's choice for copy text in the original plan for this edition, and is used for the excerpts of the Regiment in his Selections from Hoccleve.
Recalling the evidence suggesting that British Library MS Royal 17 D. xviii ultimately derives from a copy of the poem in Hoccleve's hand, one may suspect that the practice of that scribe, and some others, accurately reflects authorial practice.
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Kings of Gododdin and the British "North Country" [i.e.: Lothian, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Rheged, Lancaster, Elmet, etc. ] ………………………………...........................................................
ancestry of Prince Philip of Greece, consort of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II:
descent-line from the Emperors of India to British Royalty, ancestors of Queen Victoria, Empress of India (1871), the "Pearl Of The East" ……………………………….......
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 All about the Princes in the Tower by Russel Aiuto
Richard III was killed on August 21, 1485, at the Battle of Bosworth Field, fighting valiantly against the forces of Henry Tudor.
The account of Thomas More, contemporary accounts by Mancini and certain chroniclers, and the discovery of the bones in the Tower, tend to support the contention that the princes were dead by 1483.
While the medical evidence is not conclusive, and while the timing does not necessarily mean that Richard had to be the one who ordered the murders, all of this circumstantial evidence taken together supports the finding that Richard III was responsible for the murder of his nephews.
www.crimelibrary.com /notorious_murders/famous/the_princes/11.html   (1155 words)

 British-Israelism Utterly Refute
The theory furnishes very good British propaganda but, without reflecting on the imperial greatness of Britain or the national pride of America, if the glory of either is the hope of Israel it is a mighty poor affair." (Bible.Ca).
The British had colonies under British rule and formed by the British, and its population was the British people.
It follows as an irresistible conclusion that the throne of England is in the family of king George and not in the ten tribes of Israel.
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 Yeomen and Princes
The author paints a compelling picture of how a seven-year-old boy was uprooted from his Providence home (he was listed as a member of John's household in a 1782 census) in 1788 and sent to Springfield, New York in the company of Friends (Quakers?).
James was listed as one of the pioneers in Springfield for the year 1788.
In 1778, after nearly three years of British occupation, Walter Chaloner, the town's sheriff and a Tory, fled on a British ship with all the probate records, deeds, and vital records under his jurisdiction.
www.whipple.org /charles/yeomenandprinces   (18159 words)

 British princes enjoy 'American Idol' - A Bravenet.com Headline News Service
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry admit, like any other brothers, they fight over the TV remote control.
The brothers were joined by their father, Prince Charles, a rare triple interview to promote the 30th anniversary of the Prince's Trust.
The Prince's Trust pop concert at the Tower of London was to be broadcast live by ITV Saturday, featuring Will Young, Ozzy Osbourne, McFly, Pink, Embrace, Annie Lennox, Lionel Richie, Sugababes and Ronan Keating.
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 Powell's Books - Princes Under the Volcano: Two Hundred Years of a British Dynasty in Sicily by Raleigh Trevelyan
Princes Under the Volcano: Two Hundred Years of a British Dynasty in Sicily
The "Princes" of the title are Anglo-Saxon merchant princes in Sicily who arrived at the time of Nelson when it was virtually a British colony.
This beautiful island, famous for its volcano, has also been subject to eruptions from revolutions, earthquakes, cholera epidemics, bandits and the Mafia.
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 Prince - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An example of such has been Prince of Dombes.
Spain: Principe de Asturias (Prince of Asturias, once a separate kingdom).
Also in Christianity, Jesus Christ is sometimes referred to as the Prince of Peace, and Satan can be called the Prince of Darkness.
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 Amazon.ca: Ghosts of Princes in Towers: Books: The Rich Kids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
If one were compiling a list of all-time greatest punk/new wave LP's (or, if you prefer, CD's), "Ghosts of Princes in Towers" may not be an obvious choice.
You have to dig a bit deeper to discover this underrated jem, but it's well worth the search.
Ghosts of Princes in Towers (the song) is by itself worth buying the C.D. for...The music is power pop with a little punk thrown in for good measure...Other highlights include Empty Words, Rich Kids (the song), and Lovers and Fools..
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 Royalty Digest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Charles (Prince of Wales): A VISION OF BRITAIN.
£12.50 *British princesses who married other royals, notably Philippa of Portugal, Louisa of Denmark, Caroline Matilda of Denmark and Victoria Eugenie of Spain.
Darby (Elisabeth) and Smith (Nicola): THE CULT OF THE PRINCE CONSORT.
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 Casino News & Articles - November 24, 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Players from these states will no longer be able to play on the group's software, and existing players from these states have had their accounts closed and funds returned.
IAS is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, is subject to independent audit and is licensed in both the United Kingdom and Australia.
Echoing ‘It’s a Knockout’ and other televised charity work of their parents, Princes Charles and Andrew and Princess Anne, the future generation of royals have been asked to carry on the tradition of working for good causes on Her Majesty’s Service.
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 Arts Funding in the UK
First of all - don't go finding contacts from the resources that are listed below and just ask them for money.
You have to have a good reason to apply for arts funding - it's not easy.
aim is to create enduring partnerships between British and other cultures and we do this by creating opportunities to connect with the latest skills, ideas and experience from the UK web site
www.britisharts.co.uk /artsfunding.htm   (575 words)

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