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1 Countess Victoria-Theresa-Rosa-Sophia, 4. 28 June 1844.
2 Countess Sophia-Julia-Maria-Emanuela, 4. 30 July 1845.
3 Countat Antonia-Maria-TAeresa, b. 8 Aug. 1848, rf. 1857.
4 Count Arthur-Emanuel-Hugh-Alexander, 4. 4 May 1852.
3 Count Alexander - Constantine - Albert, General in the Austrian Army, K.C.B., b. 4 Aug. 1813, m. 28 April 1857, Countess Alexandrina-Maria, 2nd daughter of Joseph, Prince of Dietrichstein-Nicolsbourg, b. 28 Feb. 1824.
4 Count Arthur-Augustus, Major in the Austrian Army, b. 19 Aug. 1817.
2 Pr'mceu Antoinctta-F.rnestin.a-Amelia, b. 28 Aug. 1779, rf. 13 March
1824; having in. 17 Nor. 1798, DukeAlerander-Frederiek-Charles, uncle to the present King of Wurtemburg, b. 24 April 1771, d. 4 July 1833 j by whom she had issue,
1 Princess Antoinetta-Frederica-Augusta-Mary-Anne, 4. 17 Sept. 1799, the Duchess Dowager of Saxe Coburg Gotha.
2 Prince Paul-Charles-Constantine-Atexander, b. 24 Oct. 1800, d. 7 Sept. 1802.
3 Duke Frederick-William-Alexander, b. 20 Dec. 1804, m. 17 Oct. 1837, Princess Mary-Christina-Caroline-Adelaide-FrancesLeopoldma, of Orleans, 2nd daughter of Louis-Philippe, late King of the French, who was 4.12 April 1813, and d. 2 Jan. 1839; leaving one son,
Prince Philip-Alexander-Mary-Ernest, 4. 30 July 1838.
4 Duke Ernest-Alexander-Constantine-Frederick, 4. 11 Aug. 1807.
3 Princess Juliana-Henrietta-Ulrica, 4.23 Sept. 1781, baptized into the Greek
Church by the name of Anna-Feodorowna, m. 26 Feb. 1796, the Grand Duke Constantine, 2nd son of Paul I., Emperor of all the Russias; this marriage was dissolved 20 March 1820, and the Grand'Duke d. 27 June 1831; having m. 2ndly, 24 May 1820, Jane, Countess Grudtinska, created Princess de Lowicz, who d. 29 Nov. 1831.
4 Ernest, the late reigning Duke.
5 Duke-Ferdinand-George-Augustus, 4. 28 March 1785, d. 27 Aug. 1851;
having m. 2 Jan. 1816, Princess Maria-Antoinette-Gabriella, only child and heir of Francis-Joseph, late Prince of Kohary in Hungary, by whom, who was 4. 2 July 1797, he has issue,
1 Prince Ferdinand-Augustus-Francis-Anthony,4.29 Oct. 1816, widower of the Queen Donna Maria-da'Gloria-Jane-Charlotte Leopoldina-Isidora - da -Crut-Fran ces-Xaviera -da- Paula-MichaelaQabriela-Raphaela - Louisa-Gonsaga. The Queen was 4. 4 April 1819, succeeded to the throne of Portugal on the abdication of her father, Don Pedro I., Emperor of Brazil and King of Portugal, 2 May 1826, and d. IS Nov. 1853; (having m. 1st, 26 Jan. 1835, Augustus-Charles-Eugene-Napoleon de Beauharnois, Duke of Leuchtenberg, 4. 9 Dec. 1810, rf. 28 March 1835, without issue;) by her 2nd marriage 9 April 1836, with Prince Ferdinand of Saxe Coburg-Gotha the Queen had issue,
1 Don PedroV. d'Alcantara-Maria-Ferdinand-Miguel-Raphael- Gabriel - Gonzaga - Xavier - John - Antonio- LeopoldVictor-Francis-d'Assiz-Julius-Amelius, 4. 16 Sept. 1837, succeeded as King of Portugal on the death of his mother, 15 Nov. 1853.
2 Don Louis-Philip-Maria-Ferdinand-Pedro-d'AlcantaraAntonio-Miguel-Raphael-Gabriel- Gonzaga-Xavier-Francisd'Assiz-John-Augustus-Julius, Duke of Oporto, 4. 31 Oct. 1838.
3 Don John-Maria-Ferdinand-Gregory-Pedro-d'AlcantaraMiguel-Raphael-Gabriel-Leopold-Carlos-Antonio-Francisd'Assiz-Borja-Gonzaga-Felix, Duke of Beja, 4. 16 March 1842.
4 Donna Maria-Anna-Ferdinanda-Leopoldina-MichaellaGabriella-Carlotta-Antonia-Julia-Victoria-Praixeles - Francesca-d'Assiz-Gonzaga, 4. 21 July 1843.
5 Donna Antonia-Maria-Ferdinanda-Michaella-Gabriella
Raphaella-d'Assiz-Gonzaga-Silvestre-Julia-Augusta, 4. 17
6 Don Ferdinand-Maria-Louis-Mignel-Raphael-GabrielFrancis-d'Assiz-Gonzaga-Antonio-Appollinarius, 4. 23 July 1846.
7 Don Augustus-Maria-Ferdinand-Carlos-Miguel-GabrielRaphnel-Agricola-Francis-d'Assiz-Gonzaga-Pedro - d'AIrantara-Loyola, 6. 4 Nov. 1847.
8 Donna Maria-da-Gloria, 4. and d. 3 Feb. 1851.
2 Prince Augustus-Louis-Victor, Major-General in the service of the King of Saxony, 6. 13 June 1818, at. 20 April 1843, Princess Maria-Clementine-Caroline-Leopoldine-Clotilde of Orleans, 3rd daughter of Louis-Philippe, late King of the French, b. 3 June 1817, and has issue,
1 Prince Philip-Ferdinand-Maria-Augustus-Raphael, 4.28 March 1844.
2 Prince Augustus-Louis-Maria-Eudes, b. 9 Aug. 1845.
3 Princess Maria-Adelaide-Amelia-Clotilda, b. 8 July 1846.
4 Princess Maria-Louisa-Frances-Amelia, b. 23 Oct. 1848.
3 Princess Victoria-Augusta-Antoinetta, 4. 14 Feb. 1822, d. 10 Nov. 1857; having m. 27 April 1840, Prince Louis-CharlesPhilip - Raphael, of Orleans, Duke of Nemours, 2nd son of Louis-Philippe, late King of the French, 4. 25 Oct. 1814, by whom site had issue,
1 Prince Louis-Philip-Maria-Ferdinand-Gaston of Orleans, Count d'Eu, 4. 28 April 1842.
2 Prince Ferdinand-Philip-Maria of Orleans, Dute of Alencon, 4. 12 July 1844.
3 Princess Margaret-Adelaide-Maria of Orleans, 4.16 Feb. 1846.
4 A Prince, 4. 28 Oct. 1857.
4 Prince Leopold-Francis-Julius, Lieutenant-Colonel in the Austrian Sen-ice, 4. 31 Jan. 1824.
6 Princess Victoria-Mary-Louisa, 4. 17 Aug. 1786, at. 1st, 21 Dec. 1803, Emich-Charles, reigning Prince of Leiningen, 4. 27 Sept. 1763, (at. 1st, 4 July 1787, Sophia-Henrietta, 4th daughter of Henry, 24th reigning Count Reuss von Ebersdorff, 4. 9 May 1767, d. 3 Sept. 1801, without issue.) The Prince d. 4 July 1814; and the Princess Victoria m. 2ndly, 11 July 1818, His Royal Highness Prince Edward Duke of Kent, who rf. 23 Jan. 1820. Her Royal Highness has had issue,
By her 1st m. with the Prince of Leiningen:
1 Chartcs-Fredcrick-William-Emich, late reigning Prince of Leiningen, K.G., 4. 12 Sept. 1804, d. 13 Nov. 1856; having m. 13 Feb. 1829, Maria, daughter of the late Count Maximilian of Klebelsburg, 4. 27 March 1806, by whom he has left issue,
1 Prince Ernest-Leopold-Victor-Charles-Augustus-JosephEmich, reigning Prince of Leiningen, Lieut. R.N.,4. 9 Nov. 1830.
2 Prince Edward-Frederick-Miixiniilian-John, 4. 5 Jan. 1833.
2 Princess Anne-Feodore-Augusta-Charlotte-Wilhelmina, 4. 7 Dec. 1807, at. 18 Feb. 1828, Ernest-Christian-Charles, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, G.C.B., Major-lieneral in the services of Hanover and VVurtemberg, 4. 7 May 1794, and has issue,
1 Charles-Lewis-William-Leopold, Hereditary Prince, 4. 25 Oct. 1829.
2 Princess Eliza - Adelaide - Victoria - Amelia-AugustaLouisa-Jane, 4. 8 Nov. 1830, d. 27 Feb. 1851.
3 Prince Herinan-Ernest-Francis-Bernhard, 4. 31 Aug. 1832.
4 Prince Victor-Ferdinand-Francis-Eugenius-GustavusAdolphus-Constuntine-Frederick, Com. R.N., 4. 11 Nov. 1833.
5 Princess Adelaide -Victoria-Amelia-Louisa-Maria-Constancc, 4. 20 July 1835, m. 11 Sept. 1856, FrederickChristian-Augustus, Hereditary Prince of Holstein-Sonderbourg-Augustenbnurg, and has issue.
A son, 4. 3 Aug. 1857.
6 Princess Feodore-Victoria-Adelaide-Paulina-AmeliaMaria, 4. 7 July 1839.
By her 2nd m. with the Duke of Kent:
7 Princess Marianne-Charlotte, b. 7 Aug. 1788, rf. 22 Aug. 1794.
8 Prince Leopold-George-Frederick, 4. 16 Dec. 1790, m. 1st, 2 May 1816,
Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte-Augusta of Wales, who rf. 6 Nov. 1817. The Prince was elected King of the Belgians in 1831, and m. 2ndly, 9 Aug. 1832, Princess Louisa-Maria-Theresa-Charlotte-Isnbella, of Orleans, eldest daughter of Louis-Philippe, late King of the French, by whom, who was 4. 3 April 1812, and rf. 11 Oct. 1850, the King has issue,
1 Louis-Philip-Victor-Leopold-Ernest, Prince Royal, 4. 24 July 1833, rf. 10 May 1834.
2 Prince Leopold-Louis-Philip-Marie-Victor, Duke of Brabant, 4. 9 April 1835, m. 22 Aug. 18">3, the Archduchess MariaHenrietta-Anne, 2nd daughter of the late Archduke JosephAuihony-John of Austria, Palatine of Hungary, 6. 23 Aug. 1836.
3 Prince Philip-Eiigene-Ferdinand-Maria-Clement-BaldwinLeopold-George, Count of Flanders, 4. 24 March 1837.
4 Princess Mary-Charlotte-Amelia-Augusta-Victoria-Clementina-Leopoldina, 4. 7 June 1840, m. 27 July 1857, the Archduke Ferdinand-Maximilian of Austria, brother of the reigning Emperor.
9 PrinceFrancis-Maximilian-Louis, b. 12 Dec. 1792,rf. 5 Jan.1793.
THE PRINCE OF WALES, DUKE OF CORNWALL.
The most high, puissant, and illustrious Prince Albert-edWard, Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Prince of Wales, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Coburg and Gotlia, Great Steward of Scotland, Duke of Cornwall and Rothsay, Earl of Chester, Carrick, and Dublin, Baron of Renfrew, and Lord of the
Isles, K.G. His Royal Highness was born at Buckingham Palace 0 Nov. 1841, created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, by Patent under the Great Seal, 4 Dec. 1841, baptized at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, 25 Jan. 1842.
Creations.—Prince of Wales—Prince Edward, 2nd son of King Edward the First, was created Prince of Wales a few days after his birth, in April 1284; but having, in consequence of the death of his elder brother, Prince Alphonso, succeeded to the Throne of his father as King Edward the Second, the Principality became united to the Crown. Edward the Third, his son, was never Prince of Wales, but he invested his son, Edward the Black Prince, with the Principality in 1343, since which time the eldest son of the Crown of England has borne the title of Prince of Wales, usually by creation, but in some few cases simply by being so declared.
Great Steward of Scotland, Duke of Rothsay, &c.—The high office which gave name to the Royal and Noble House of Stuart, was granted to its ancestor, Walter, the son of Alan, and confirmed by Malcolm the Fourth in 1157, to him and his heirs, who continued to hold it in lineal descent till Robert the Stewart ascended the Throne of Scotland in 1371, as King Robert the Second. King Robert the Third, son and successor of Robert the Second, was created Earl of Carrick in 1363, and by Act of Parliament in 1469, the titles of Prince and High Steward of Scotland, Duke of Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, and Lord of the Isles, were vested in the eldest son and heir apparent of the Crown of Scotland for ever.
Duke of Cornwall.—King Edward the Third created his eldest son, Edward the Black Prince, Duke of Cornwall, with limitation to him and his heirs, eldest sons and heirs apparent to the Crown of England, for ever, by Patent in 1337.
Earl of Chester.—Edward Prince of Wales, then eldest son of King Edward the First, was created Earl of Chester in 1304. Edward the Third, his son, though never Prince of Wales, bore the title of Earl of Chester before his accession to the throne; he created his son Edward the Black Prince, and subsequently his grandson, afterwards King Richard the Second, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, and this Earldom was by Act of Parliament in 1397, the 21st year of the latter monarch, united to the principality of Wales, since which period it has always been joined in the Patents of creation to the Prince of Wales.
Earl of Dublin.—Her Majesty was pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the Great Seal, granting the dignity of an Earl of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland unto His Rnyal Highness Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales, K.G., and his heirs, Kings of the said United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for ever, by the name, style, and title of Earl of Dublin; 10 Sept. 1849.
Motto.—Ich dien; I serve.
DUKE OF CUMBERLAND.
Prince George - Frederick - Alexander - Charles - ErnestAugustus, Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale, in Great Britain, lxxiv "■'
and Earl of Armagh in Ireland, also Kino Of Hanover; K.G., and G.C.H.; b. at Berlin 27 May 1819, succeeded 18 Nov. 1851; m. 18 Feb. 1843, Princess Mary-Alexandrina-Wilhelmina-CatherineCharlotte-Theresa-Henrietta-Louisa-Paulina-Elizabeth-FredericaGeorgina, eldest daughter of Joseph, Reigning Duke of Saxe-Altenburg, 6. 14 April 1818, and has issue,
1 Ernest-Augustus - William-Adolphus-George-Frederick, Prince Royal
of Hanover, A. 21 Sept. 1845.
2 Princess Frederica-Sophia-Maria-Henrietta-Amelia-Theresa, 'i. 9 Jan.
3 Princess Maria - Ernestina - Josephine - Adolphine-Henrietta - Theresa
Elizabeth-Alexandrina, b. 3 Dec. 1849.
His Majesty's father, Prince Ernest-augustus, Duke of Cumberland, and King of Hanover, K.G., 5th son of King George HI., was A. 5 June 1771, succeeded to the throne of Hanover 20 June 1837, and d. 18 Nov. 1851; having m. at StreliU 29 May, and in London 29 Aug., 1815, Princess Frederica-Caroline-SophiaAUjandrina, 3rd daughter of Charles-Louis-Frederick, late reigning Duke of Mecklenbargh-Strelitz, b. 2 March 1778; d. 21 June 1841. [The late Queen had been twice married before her union with the King of Hanover; 1st, 26 Dec. 1793, to Prince Frederick-Louis-Charles, 2nd son of Frederick-William 2nd, King of Prussia, A. 5 Nov. 1773, d. 28 Dec. 1796; 2ndly, 10 Dec. 1798, to Prince FrederickWUliam of Solms-Braunfels, b. 23 Oct. 1770, d. 13 April 1814.] Their Majesties had issue:
1 A Princess, still-born 27 Jan. 1817.
2 Prince George-frederick-alexandkr-charles-ernest-augustus,
The Present Duke And Klng.
Creation.—23 April 1790.
Prince George-william-frederick-charleb, Duke of CamBridge, Earl of Tipperary, and Baron of Culloden in the United Kingdom, K.G., K.P., G.C.B., G.C.H., and Grand Master of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, a General, and Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the United Kingdom, Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, Ranger of St. James's and Hyde Parks, P.C., President of the Royal Military College and Royal Military Asylum, a Governor of King's College, London, and President of Christ's Hospital; 6. at Hanover, 26 March 1819, succeeded 8 July 1&50.