The House of York was a cadet branch of the English royal House of Plantagenet. Three of its members became kings of England in the late 15th century. The House of York descended in the male line from Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York , the fourth surviving son of Edward III .
Eugenia no lleva a cabo muchas funciones oficiales reales, y no recibe ninguna compensación económica por parte de la reina.  Aun así, hace apariciones con la Familia Real en acontecimientos importantes para el país como bodas de la familia,    la ceremonia Trooping the Colour   y la celebración del aniversario de la reina, entre otros compromisos.
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New York: A Documentary Film, a film by Ric Burns "New York" , an episode of Glee; Literature. New York (Burgess book), a 1976 work of travel and observation by Anthony Burgess; New York (Morand book), a 1930 travel book by Paul Morand; New York, a 2009 historical novel by Edward Rutherfurd; New York, a bi-weekly magazine founded in 1968
The United States House Committee on Financial Services, also referred to as the House Banking Committee and previously known as the Committee on Banking and Currency, is the committee of the United States House of Representatives that oversees the entire financial services industry, including the securities, insurance, banking and housing industries.
In 1995, the New York Supreme Court established a trial level Commercial Division, beginning in New York County (Manhattan) and Monroe County (the 7th Judicial District). The Commercial Division has expanded to the 8th District (located in Buffalo), and the Albany, Kings, Nassau, Onondaga, Queens, Suffolk and Westchester County Supreme Courts. 
The Queen's House is located in Greenwich, London.It was built as an adjunct to the Tudor Palace of Greenwich, previously known, before its redevelopment by Henry VII as the Palace of Placentia, which was a rambling, mainly red-brick building in a more vernacular style.