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Edward the Black Prince, also called ed- WARD OF WOODSTOCK, PRINCE D'
AQUITAINE, PRINCE OF WALES, DUKE OF CORNWALL, EARL of Chester (b.
June 15, 1330, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, Eng. — d. June 8, 1376, Westminster,
Together with William, prince of Orange (William I the Silent), and Filips van
Montmorency, graaf van Hoorne, Egmond successfully petitioned Philip to
remove Granvelle from office ( 1 564). When Philip, despite Egmond's personal
appeal in ...
March 29, 1837, Brighton, Sussex), secret wife of the Prince of Wales, the future
George IV of Great Britain. Of an old Roman Catholic family, she was educated at
a French convent. She married first, in 1775, Edward Weld, who died within a ...
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