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  1. Her godparents were her elder sister and two cousins: Princess Amelia of Great Britain, Princess Louisa Ulrika of Prussia (for whom Sarah Lennox, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, stood proxy), and Frederick, Prince Royal of Prussia, later Frederick the Great (for whom Henry de Nassau d'Auverquerque, 1st Earl of Grantham, stood proxy).

  2. On 20 January 1820, Frederick succeeded his father as the Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg. Thanks to Elizabeth's dowry and annual allowance, he was able to remodel the palace in Homburg . For her part, Landgravine Elizabeth could bid farewell to the rigid court etiquette she had disliked in England. [13]

  3. Charles Theodore liked to style himself as a prince of peace, in contrast to other princes like his chief political opponent, the great warrior Frederick the Great of Prussia. Allegorically, Minerva , the Roman goddess of wisdom and protectress of the arts, is often depicted as a stand-in for the elector himself.

  4. George IV: 12 August 1762: 26 June 1830: married 1795, Caroline of Brunswick; had issue Frederick, Duke of York: 16 August 1763: 5 January 1827: married 1791, Princess Frederica Charlotte of Prussia; no issue William IV: 21 August 1765: 20 June 1837: married 1818, Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen; no surviving legitimate issue Charlotte ...