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* 1664 – Fran &# 231 ; ois Louis, Prince of Conti, French general ( d. 1709 )
* 1717 – Louis François, Prince of Conti ( d. 1776 )
The Scottish forces reached the south coast of England at the port of Dover where in September 1216, Alexander paid homage to the pretender Prince Louis of France for his lands in England, chosen by the barons to replace King John.
In 1701, senior living representatives of lines passed over in favor of Sophia included Elizabeth Charlotte, Duchess of Orléans, Louis Otto, Prince of Salm and his sisters, Anne Henriette, Princess of Condé, Benedicta Henrietta, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Sophia's sister Louise Hollandine of the Palatinate.
Basque through his father, Abbadie developed a particular interest about the Basque Language after meeting the Prince Louis Lucien Bonaparte in London.
The first significant reference to the influence of Aelian in the 16th century is a letter to Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange from his cousin William Louis, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg on December 8, 1594.
The only forces immediately available for Vienna's defence were Prince Louis of Baden's force of 36, 000 stationed in the Lines of Stollhofen to watch Marshal Tallard at Strasbourg ; there was also a weak force of 10, 000 men under Field Marshal Count Limburg Styrum observing Ulm.
Marsin had been operating with the Elector of Bavaria against the Imperial commander, Prince Louis of Baden, and was somewhat isolated from France: his only lines of communication lay through the rocky passes of the Black Forest.
By the 13 June, the Imperial Field Commander, Prince Louis of Baden, had joined them in Großheppach.
With Prince Eugene's subsequent success at the Battle of Turin in northern Italy, the Allies had imposed the greatest loss of territory and resources that Louis XIV would suffer during the war.
Charles Louis Napoléon ( 1808 – 1873 ), son of Louis Napoléon, was president of France in 1848 – 1852 and emperor in 1852 – 1870, reigning as Napoléon III ; his son, Eugène Bonaparte ( 1856 – 1879 ), styled the Prince Imperial, died fighting the Zulus in Natal, South Africa.
#** Prince Louis Napoléon Murat ( Paris, December 22, 1851-Paris, September 22, 1912 ), married in Odessa, 23 November, 1873 Eudoxia Mikhailovna Somova ( Kharkov, February 17, 1850-Nice, May 6, 1924 ), related to Orest Somov, and had issue now extinct in male line ( great-grandfather of actor René Auberjonois )
The headship of the family is in dispute between Charles Napoléon, born 1950, great-great-grandson of Jérôme Bonaparte by his second marriage ; and his son Jean-Christophe ( born 1986 ) who was appointed heir in the will of his grandfather Prince Louis Napoléon.
Queen was part of the Atlantic Fleet under Prince Louis of Battenberg.
Whatever the truth Olympia, rather than face trial, subsequently fled France for Brussels in January 1680, leaving Eugene in the care of his father's mother, Marie de Bourbon, and her daughter, Hereditary Princess of Baden, mother of Prince Louis of Baden.
Within hours, then, Louis had arranged for his 17 year-old son, Prince Louis, to be married to Eleanor, with Abbot Suger in charge of the wedding arrangements.
Prince Louis was sent to Bordeaux with an escort of 500 knights, as well as Abbot Suger, Theobald II, Count of Champagne and Count Ralph.
Admiral of the Fleet Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas George Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma ( born Prince Louis of Battenberg ; 25 June 1900 – 27 August 1979 ), was a British statesman and naval officer, an uncle of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and second cousin once removed to Elizabeth II.
From 1954 until 1959 he was the First Sea Lord, a position that had been held by his father, Prince Louis of Battenberg, some forty years earlier.
Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine, Prince Louis of Battenberg and their four children Princess Alice of Battenberg, Louise, George and Louis. Lord Mountbatten was born as His Serene Highness Prince Louis of Battenberg, although his German styles and titles were dropped in 1917.

Prince and Battenberg
He was the youngest child and the second son of Prince Louis of Battenberg and his wife Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine.
His paternal grandparents were Prince Alexander of Hesse and Princess Julia of Battenberg.
In 1914, due to the growing anti-German sentiments that swept across Europe during the first few months of World War I, Prince Louis of Battenberg was removed from his position as First Sea Lord in the Admiralty and publicly humiliated by King George V and Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill.
In June 1917, when the Royal Family stopped using their German names and titles and adopted the more British-sounding " Windsor ": Prince Louis of Battenberg became Louis Mountbatten, and was created Marquess of Milford Haven.
; 1891: Victoria and Albert's last grandchild, Prince Maurice of Battenberg, is born.
* January 20 – Prince Henry of Battenberg, British royal, married to Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom ( b. 1858 )
* April 5 – Alexander of Battenberg, first Prince of Bulgaria ( d. 1893 )
The 1851 marriage of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine and German-Polish noblewoman Countess Julia von Hauke ( created Princess of Battenberg ), provided a sovereign prince of Bulgaria, and queen-consorts for Spain and Sweden, as well as ( through female descent ) the consort of the current Queen of the United Kingdom.
The first of these was Prince Alexander of Battenberg who, in 1877, was agreed upon by the Great Powers as the best candidate for the new throne of Bulgaria.
She and her children were made Counts de Torby, her younger daughter, Countess Nada ( 1896 – 1963 ) marrying, in 1916 Prince George of Battenberg, future Marquess of Milford Haven and scion of the House of Battenberg, a morganatic branch of the grandducal House of Hesse which had settled in England and inter-married with descendants of Queen Victoria.
Like the House of Battenberg in Europe, Mandela's family has since rehabilitated its dynastic status to some extent: Mandela was still in prison when his daughter Zenani was married to Prince Thumbumuzi Dlamini in 1973, elder brother of King Mswati III of Swaziland.
* Prince Berthold of Baden ( 24 February 1906-27 October 1963 ); later Margrave of Baden ; married Princess Theodora, daughter of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark and Princess Alice of Battenberg.
Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark was born at Mon Repos on the Greek island of Corfu on 10 June 1921, the only son and fifth and final child of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark and Princess Alice of Battenberg.

Prince and changed
Regional transportation networks have also changed significantly in recent decades with port modernizations, with new expressways and ongoing arterial highway construction, the abandonment of various low-capacity railway branchlines ( including the entire railway system of Prince Edward Island and southwestern Nova Scotia ), and the construction of the Canso Causeway and the Confederation Bridge.
His fate was changed in 757 when Empress Kōken, his first cousin twice removed, appointed him to her crown prince instead of Prince Funado who had been appointed to this position by the will of the Emperor Shōmu.
It was Prince who changed the title to Follies ; he was " intrigued by the psychology of a reunion of old chorus dancers and loved the play on the word ' follies '".
When Montenegro re-established secular dynastic succession by the proclamation of princedom in 1851, it did so in favor of the last Prince-bishop, who changed his style from Vladika i upravitelj Crne Gore i Brde " Vladika ( Bishop ) and Ruler of Montenegro and Brda " to Po Bozjoj milosti knjaz i gospodar Crne Gore i Brde " By the grace of God Prince and Sovereign of Montenegro and Brda ", thus rendering his de facto dynasty ( the Petrović-Njegoš family since 1696 ) a hereditary one.
Robbins then announced he did not want to choreograph the show, but changed his mind when Prince agreed to an eight-week dance rehearsal period ( instead of the customary four ), since there was to be more dancing in West Side Story than in any previous Broadway show, and allowed Robbins to hire Peter Gennaro as his assistant.
For the sake of his budding comedic career, he changed his surname to " Prinze ", which he chose because, according to his friend David Brenner, he originally wanted to be known as the King of comedy, but Alan King already had that last name, so he would be the Prince of comedy instead.
At first General von Kuhl ( Chief of Staff, Army Group Crown Prince Rupprecht ) doubted that the offensive had ended but by 13 September had changed his mind.
Until 1230 Llywelyn had used the title princeps Norwalliæ ' Prince of North Wales ', but from that year he changed his title to ' Prince of North Wales and Lord of Snowdonia ', possibly to underline his supremacy over the other Welsh princes.
Brno was invested about the same time ( February ), but the direction of the march was changed, and instead of moving against Prince Charles, Frederick pushed on southwards by Znojmo and Mikulov.
1993 also marked the year in which Prince changed his stage name to the Love Symbol ( see left ), which was explained as a combination of the symbols for male (♂) and female (♀).
By the time of the next director's elections in 1718 politics had changed again, with a schism within the Whigs between Walpole's faction supporting the Prince of Wales and James Stanhope supporting the King.
Prior to the wedding, on 24 November 1936, Prince Bernhard was granted Dutch citizenship and changed the spelling of his names from German to Dutch.
Later he changed his title to the Prince of Wei, and his state was therefore known as Northern Wei.
It was formerly part of the Census Bureau's Prince of Wales-Outer Ketchikan Census Area, but the name was changed in 2008 after most of the Outer Ketchikan ( except the parts near the community of Hyder, and Annette Island ) was lost to annexation by the Ketchikan Gateway Borough.
Hans is one of the few major commentators who argue that Machiavelli must have changed his mind dramatically in favour of free republics, after having written the Prince.
The bill has gone through extensive community meetings and subsequently the bill has changed and controversial areas, such as north Prince of Wales, have been removed from the draft bill.
However, the order was changed and she was eventually launched in 1863 as a Prince Consort-class ironclad of 24 guns.
During the War of Liberation in 1813, Frederick changed sides and went over to the Allies, where his status as the brother-in-law of the British Prince Regent ( later George IV ) and uncle to the Russian Emperor Alexander I helped his standing.
The whole southern sector of maritime Flanders was soon in French hands, but the strategic situation abruptly changed when Prince Charles of Lorraine led 70, 000 Imperial troops across the Rhine and into Alsace.
In 1946, when the Consulta Araldica — the body that advised the Kingdom of Italy on matters of nobility — ceased operations, the Tribunal of Naples recognized his numerous titles, so his complete name was changed from Antonio Clemente to ‘ Antonio Griffo Focas Flavio Ducas Komnenos Gagliardi de Curtis of Byzantium, His Imperial Highness, Palatine Count, Knight of the Holy Roman Empire, Exarch of Ravenna, Duke of Macedonia and Illyria, Prince of Constantinople, Cilicia, Thessaly, Pontus, Moldavia, Dardania, Peloponnesus, Count of Cyprus and Epirus, Count and Duke of Drivasto and Durazzo ".
The hall was originally supposed to have been called The Central Hall of Arts and Sciences, but the name was changed by Queen Victoria to Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences when laying the foundation stone as a dedication to her deceased husband and consort Prince Albert.
This changed on July 1813 at a masquerade ball at Watier's private club, when Brummell, who was one of the hosts, openly antagonised the Prince Regent, thereby forcing society to choose between them.
* Prince Frederick Charles of Hesse, elected as King of Finland on 7 October 1918 but never took office and renounced the throne on 4 December after Germany's defeat in World War Ihe had not time enough to arrive in Finland before the political climate changed following the end of the war.

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