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Page xii - ... buried here). See also the adjoining reception rooms with their Gobelin tapestries, the Rubens room, the Van Dyck room, and the royal library, whose collection includes drawings by Leonardo da Vinci and 87 portraits by Holbein. In the town of Windsor itself, you can see houses formerly inhabited by Jane Seymour, third wife of Henry VIII and mother of Edward VI, and Nell Gwynne, the Restoration actress who became the mistress of Charles II.
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Page vii - William was the most terrible, as he was the last outcome of the northern race. The very spirit of the " sea-wolves " who had so long " lived on the pillage of the world " seemed embodied in his gigantic form, his enormous strength, his savage countenance, his desperate bravery, the fury of his wrath, the ruthlessness of his revenge. " No knight under heaven," his enemies confessed,
Page 23 - LieutenantGeneral in 1854, when he was appointed to command the two brigades of Highlanders and Guards, united to form the first division of the army sent in aid of Turkey against the Emperor of Russia ; and was promoted to the rank of General in 1856.
Page 28 - GREAT BRITAIN. THE ROYAL FAMILY. The Queen. Alexandrina Victoria, born May 24, 1819 ; succeeded her uncle, William IV., June 20, 1837; married, Feb. 10, 1840, to Prince Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel, of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, born Aug. 26, 1819. Princess Royal. Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, born Nov.