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  1. Ulrika suffered two miscarriages, one in 1715 and another in 1718, after which there are no further recorded pregnancies. Frederick I had three extramarital children with his mistress Hedvig Taube: Frederick William von Hessenstein (1735–1808). Charles Edward von Hessenstein (1737–1769). Hedwig Amalia von Hessenstein (1743–1752).

  2. A cidade foi fundada em 1718 por Jean Baptiste le Moyne. Moyne foi o governador da colônia francesa de Luisiana. A cidade foi assim nomeada em homenagem a Filipe II, Duque d'Orleães, que era então o regente e o chefe de estado da França à época em que Nova Orleães foi fundada. Ela se tornou a capital da Luisiana em 1722. [5]

  3. Supreme authority of the Church. Roman Pontiff; College of Bishops; Supra-diocesan/eparchal structures. College of Cardinals; Conference of bishops; Synod of Bishops

  4. The Battle of Cape Passaro, also known as Battle of Avola or Battle of Syracuse, was a major naval battle fought on 11 August 1718 between a fleet of the British Royal Navy under Admiral Sir George Byng and a fleet of the Spanish Navy under Rear-Admiral Antonio de Gaztañeta.

  5. His father, René de Chateaubriand (1718–86), was a former sea captain turned ship owner and slave trader. His mother's maiden name was Apolline de Bedée. Chateaubriand's father was a morose, uncommunicative man, and the young Chateaubriand grew up in an atmosphere of gloomy solitude, only broken by long walks in the Breton countryside and an intense friendship with his sister Lucile.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HajdukHajduk - Wikipedia

    Etymology. The etymology of the word hajduk is unclear. One theory is that hajduk was derived from the Turkish word haidut or haydut 'bandit', which was originally used by the Ottomans to refer to Hungarian and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth infantry soldiers.

  7. Greenwich Hospital was a permanent home for retired sailors of the Royal Navy, which operated from 1692 to 1869.Its buildings, in Greenwich, London, were later used by the Royal Naval College, Greenwich and the University of Greenwich, and are now known as the Old Royal Naval College.