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* then to Henry III of Navarre, who became Henry IV of France, of the House of Bourbon, a cadet branch of the Capetian dynasty.
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Activity by British traders and the presence of a colony on the Red prompted the United State War Department in 1819 to send Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Leavenworth from Detroit to put a post 300 miles northwest of Prairie Du Chien, until then the most advanced United States post.
The Church of England ( which until the 20th century included the Church in Wales ) initially separated from the Roman Catholic Church in 1538 in the reign of King Henry VIII, reunited in 1555 under Queen Mary I and then separated again in 1570 under Queen Elizabeth I ( the Roman Catholic Church excommunicated Elizabeth I in 1570 in response to the Act of Supremacy 1559 ).
From 1872 Henry continued diligently with his father's work and then intermittently in retirement in 1875.
* 1513 – Battle of Guinegate ( Battle of the Spurs ) – King Henry VIII of England and his Imperial allies defeat French Forces who are then forced to retreat.
He then followed the fortunes of his friend Elector Maurice of Saxony, deserted Charles, and joined the league which proposed to overthrow the Emperor by an alliance with King Henry II of France.
Henry, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, then took command of the troops of the league, and after Albert had been placed under the imperial ban in December 1553 he was defeated by Duke Henry, and compelled to flee to France.
It was a financial relief of some magnitude when, in 1889, Henry was made Bishop of Tasmania, then still a British colony.
The privateer-turned-pirate Henry Jennings and his followers decided, early in the 18th century, to use the then uninhabited island of New Providence as a base for their operations ; it was within easy reach of the Florida Strait and its busy shipping lanes, which were filled with European vessels crossing the Atlantic.
The first president ( Henry Dunster ), the first benefactor ( John Harvard ), and the first schoolmaster ( Nathaniel Eaton ) of Harvard were all Cambridge University alumni, as was the then ruling ( and first ) governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Winthrop.
Some, like Henry Sidgwick, argue that a certain degree of egoism promotes the general welfare of society for two reasons: because individuals know how to please themselves best, and because if everyone were an austere altruist then general welfare would inevitably decrease.
Mike Brown, the team's de facto general manager, was rated as among the worst team owners in American professional sports Compounding matters were off-field problems of several players, notably receiver Chris Henry, who was suspended several times during his short professional career and was actually released by the Bengals at one point, but was then re-signed for the season.
A favorite target of Poe's criticism was Boston's then acclaimed poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, who was often defended by his literary friends in what would later be called " The Longfellow War ".
Henry then went about his own business outside Aquitaine, leaving Earl Patrick ( his regional military commander ) as her protective custodian.
The translation was made by Herbert Hoover, then an American mining engineer ( better known to history for his later term as a President of the United States ), and his wife Lou Henry Hoover.
For example, one key meeting location was in the U. S. at the Dakin Building, then owned by American philanthropist Henry Dakin, who had extensive Russian contacts: During the late 1980s, as glasnost and perestroika led to the liquidation of the Soviet empire, the Dakin building was the location for a series of groups facilitating United States-Russian contacts.
In 983, when Henry II, Duke of Bavaria rebelled against the then child Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor, the Magyars occupied Melk.
When Henry II died in 1024, Conrad II, first of the Salian Dynasty, was then elected king in 1024 only after some debate among dukes and nobles, which would eventually develop into the collegiate of Electors.
Henry III and Louis IX then started a long contest for who was the most faithful ; this evolved to the point that none ever arrived on time to the Parlement, which was then allowed to debate in their absence.
By this stage the explorers had passed the southern boundary of the desert, and from then on Henry had one of his wishes fulfilled: the Portuguese had circumvented the Muslim land-based trade routes across the western Sahara Desert, and slaves and gold began arriving in Portugal.
* 1510 – Henry VIII of England, then 18 years old, appears incognito in the lists at Richmond, and is applauded for his jousting before he reveals his identity.
John had spent the conflict travelling alongside his father, and was given widespread possessions across the Angevin empire as part of the Montlouis settlement ; from then onwards, most observers regarded John as Henry II's favourite child, although he was the furthest removed in terms of the royal succession.
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With regard to historic properties ( those properties that are listed or that are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, or properties designated as historic under State or local law ), those facilities must still comply with the provisions of Title III of the ADA to the " maximum extent feasible " but if following the usual standards would " threaten to destroy the historic significance of a feature of the building " then alternative standards may be used.
According to Hosea Ballou, then Pierre Batiffol ( 1911 ) and George T. Knight ( 1914 ) Amalric was a believer that all people would eventually be saved and this was one of the counts upon which he was declared a heretic by Pope Innocent III.
Secure on the throne, Afonso III then proceeded to make war with the Muslim communities that still thrived in the south.
The Bill of Rights also stated that the line of succession would go through their descendants, then through Mary's sister Princess Anne, and her descendants, and then to the issue of William III by a later marriage ( if he were to marry again after the death of Mary II ).
With the descendents of Charles I thus either childless ( in the case of William III and Anne ) or Catholic, consideration then fell to the descendants of Elizabeth of Bohemia, the only other child of James I to have reached adulthood.
Baron Haussmann, a long-time prefect of Bordeaux, used Bordeaux's 18th century big-scale rebuilding as a model when he was asked by Emperor Napoleon III to transform a then still quasi-medieval Paris into a " modern " capital that would make France proud.
From then on, most Republican candidates for local and statewide offices sought the endorsement of Bob Jones III and greeted faculty / staff voters at the University Dining Common.
Pupil reaction to light is important because it shows an intact retina, and cranial nerve number 2 ( CN II ); if pupils are reactive to light, then that also indicates that the cranial nerve number 3 ( CN III ) ( or at least its parasympathetic fibers ) are intact.
Pope Paul III then initiated several internal Church reforms while Emperor Charles V convened a meeting with Protestants in Regensburg, seat of the German diet, to reconcile differences.
Erbium-doped glasses or crystals can be used as optical amplification media, where erbium ( III ) ions are optically pumped at around 980 nm or 1480 nm and then radiate light at 1530 nm in stimulated emission.
Rulers with identical names are organised first alphabetically by country and then by chronology ; thus, Charles III of France precedes Charles I of England, listed in Britannica as the ruler of Great Britain and Ireland.
Urologist Jean Fourcroy writes that women in countries that practise FGM call it one of the " three feminine sorrows ": the first sorrow is the procedure itself, followed by the wedding night when a woman with Type III has to be cut open, then childbirth when she has to be cut again.
Napoleon III, nephew of Napoleon I, returned from exile in the United Kingdom in 1848 to be elected to the French parliament, and then as " Prince President " in a coup d ' état elected himself Emperor, a move approved later by a large majority of the French electorate.
Mount Athos was then at the height of its fame and influence, under the reign of Andronicus III Palaeologus and under the ' first-ship ' of the Protos Symeon.
Queen Rasoherina accepted, first wedding Rainivoninahitriniony, then later deposing him and wedding his brother, Prime Minister Rainilaiarivony ( 1864 – 95 ), who would go on to marry Queen Ranavalona II ( 1868 – 83 ) and Queen Ranavalona III ( 1883 – 97 ) in succession.
One of his most notable works is the piece Metamorphosis III, which is wide enough to cover all the walls in a room, and then loop back onto itself.
Henry III was enraged by Beatrice's unauthorised marriage to his enemy and he descended into Italy in the early spring of 1055, arriving at Verona in April and then Mantua by Easter.