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  1. William III & Mary II. C.C. Barfoot, “‘Hey for Praise and Panegyric’: William III and the Political Poetry of Matthew Prior” in Paul Hoftijzer and C.C. Barfoot (eds), Fabrics and Fabrications: The Myth and Making of William and Mary (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1990), pp. 136-188. Robert Beddard (ed.), The Revolutions of 1688 (Oxford: Clarendon ...

  2. 20/03/2022 · William III and II. Portrait by Godfrey Kneller, 1690. King of England, Scotland, and Ireland (more …) Reign. 1689 – 8 March 1702. Coronation. 11 April ...

  3. William III, also widely known as William of Orange, was sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, and Overi...

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  4. 20/03/2021 · William III of Orange was born at The Hague on 4th November, 1650. He was the posthumous son of William II of Orange and of Mary Stuart, Princess Royal the eldest daughter of Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France. His grieving mother had given birth to him in a chamber draped with black mourning. William's father, the Prince of Orange, had ...

  5. Guillermo III de Inglaterra (La Haya, 14 de noviembre de 1650-Palacio de Kensington, 8 de marzo de 1702) fue un aristócrata neerlandés y príncipe protestante de Orange desde su nacimiento, y rey de Inglaterra e Irlanda —como Guillermo III— desde el 13 de febrero de 1688, y rey de Escocia —como Guillermo II— desde el 11 de abril de 1689, en cada caso hasta su muerte.

  6. King William III and Queen Mary II. King William III and Queen Mary II (William born 4 November 1650, Mary born 30 April 1662; joint sovereigns of England from 13 February 1689 until Mary died 28 December 1694, William died 8 March 1702). England feared further Catholic sovereigns, not so much a fear of Catholicism as a religion, but a fear of ...

  7. 13/01/2015 · But first, here is a little history …. In 1689 England had two monarchs that ruled jointly, Queen Mary II (the daughter of King James II) and her husband, William of Orange (King William III). It was during this period that Hampton Court would undergo almost a complete renovation changing the architecture of the building, both exterior and ...