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2 edition of William of Orange. found in the catalog.

William of Orange.

Gustaaf Johannes Renier

William of Orange.

by Gustaaf Johannes Renier

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Published by Thomas Nelson in London (etc.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • William -- III, -- King of England, -- 1650-1702.

  • Edition Notes

    Firstpublished 1932.

    SeriesShort biographies -- no.24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14586462M

    William III (William Henry; Dutch: Willem Hendrik; 4 November – 8 March ), also widely known as William of Orange, was sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from the s and King of England, Ireland and Scotland from until his essor: James II & VII. William was one of 12 children, and the family was brought up and educated in the principles of the Lutheran Reformation. From an early age William was prepared to take over the family property of Orange in Southern France. Thus, in later years, his official title was: William I of Orange .

      Letters of William III. and Louis XIV. and their Ministers by William III, King of England and Louis XIV, King of France Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Digital Library illustrative of the domestic and foreign politics of England, from the peace of . William II, Prince of Orange, was the son of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, and Amalia of ick Henry was the youngest son of William the Silent (stadtholder –); his older half brother Maurits of Nassau was stadtholder (–); he was stadtholder from to The stadtholders governed in conjunction with the States-General, an assembly of Father: Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange.

    William of Orange lived from 14 November to 8 March He became King William III of England and of Ireland on 22 January , and King William II of Scotland on 4 April , in each case ruling as joint monarch with his wife, Mary II, until her death on 28 December , and then ruling as sole monarch. His date of birth is given using the new style Gregorian calendar then in use in. William of Orange was at this time, in , 26 years old. He had begun, at the age of 15, to serve in court as the page of Charles V. He was so trusted by the emperor, who had a high opinion of the youth, that he was allowed to have part in all the secret affairs of state, Charles himself often taking hints and suggestions from the young man, besides giving him most important offices and.


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"William of Orange" is William III. This book describes one of his ancestors. There were many Williams and Oranges, but WOO by historical consensus refers to the William who became king of England, Scotland, and Ireland/5(4).

William of Orange, once a Catholic, converted to the Protestant cause and eventually rose to lead the Protestant rebellion against Spanish rule in Netherlands. He ultimately sacrificed his life, his wealth, and his family for the cause of religious toleration and inspired the Netherlands to revolt against Spanish rule.4/5(17).

The figure of Prince William of Orange () dominates the political landscape of the 16th century Netherlands, and in many ways personifies the Dutch revolt against Spanish hegemony. Yet despite the European significance of his struggle, there has not been a major English-language study of William since C.V.

Wedgwood's biography William of Orange. book /5. William of Orange is one of my favorite people from history. This book does cover the facts of his life well, but is very focused on repeating over and over again how good and noble and William was/5. William I was born as Count of Nassau-Dillenburg.

William I became Prince of William of Orange. book in and therefore the founder of House of Orange-Nassau and the ancestor of the Dutch monarchy.

Within the Netherlands William of Orange is also known as Father of. William III. of Orange - Irish Biography. William III. (of Orange), King of England, Ireland, and Scotland, and Stadtholder of Holland, was born at the Hague, 4th November He was the posthumous son of William II., Stadtholder of Holland; his mother, Mary, was daughter of Charles.

William III, byname William of Orange, also called William Henry, prince of Orange, Dutch Willem Hendrik, prins van Oranje, (born November 14 [November 4, Old Style],The Hague, Netherlands—died March 19 [March 8],London, England), stadholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands as William III (–) and king of England, Scotland, and Ireland (–).

Like Antonio before him, Francisco was politically astute as well as rich, and it was to him who William of Orange turned in when he was preparing to invade England, intending to overthrow the king, his father-in-law, the Catholic James : David B.

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The figure of Prince William of Orange () dominates the political landscape of the 16th century Netherlands, and in many ways personifies the Dutch revolt against Spanish hegemony.

Yet despite the European significance of his struggle, there has not been a major English-language study of William since C.V. Wedgwood's biography published in William was born on 4 November in The Hague.

It was not an auspicious entry into the world. His father, William II of Orange, had just died of smallpox and his English mother, Mary, had her. The Guardian - Back to home. So, of course, was William of Orange, who invaded England in and dislodged the Catholic James II from the English throne.

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With Orange flag flying, And on god relying, Such music shall lead men to conquer or die. Ours is the victory. Praise be to Heaven. The banner of Orange waves over the field. The fetters James forged have by William been riven; And never to tyrants shall Williamites yield.

For they will maintain On the land and the mainAuthor: Ulsterscot. #2 William, by the Grace of God by Marjorie Bowen. A Novel on William the Silent, Prince of Orange-Nassau vol.

The sequel to Prince and Heretic. King Philip II of Spain is prepared to make any concession to the lowlands, except freedom of conscience and worship and thus William of Orange continues in the struggle for true liberty. The book examines William's motives for invading the kingdom of his father-in-law, James II, and his bravery in battle, despite the fact that he was never a great soldier.

It also explores his marriage and deep attachment to Mary II, and how - for the most part - in his private life men friends mattered more to him than female society.4/5(1). Hardcover. Biography of William of Orange from when William was the hero of Protestant Europe, through his marriage to Mary of England, the revolution against his father-in-law, and his and Mary's accession to the throne.

Octavo, pp. Brown cloth binding. Faint foxing to edges of book block. Previous owner's name inside book.

This two volume biography of William III of Orange, later William III of England and Ireland and William II of Scotland, was the first I ever read about him back in the s. The emphasis is definitely on the man as opposed to the politician or ruler but that was what I was interested in at the time and I thoroughly enjoyed this biography.

Dr.5/5(1). A Clockwork Orange, novel by Anthony Burgess, published in It is set in a dismal dystopian England and presents a first-person account of a juvenile delinquent who undergoes state-sponsored psychological rehabilitation for his aberrant behavior.

The novel was. Guillaume d'Orange is the most extensive epic cycle of the Middle Ages. Set in the ninth century, the poems on the life of William of Orange grew out of several centuries of oral composition and were written down for the first time in the twelfth century.

In this book, first published inthe distinguished historian C. V. Wedgwood takes as her subject here the figure of William, Count of Nassau and Prince of Orange, who led the revolt of the Netherlands against the Spain of Philip II. The book is not only a masterpiece of biographical writing Brand: Papamoa Press.This second volume of Dr.

Robb's scholarly ""portrait"" of William, Prince of Orange, Stadholder of Holland and King William III of England, begins where Vol. I (p.) leaves off, with the Treaty of Westminster and the French withdrawal from Holland; it ends with William's death. In her introduction the Irish author states that she is not ""writing a general survey of the late 17th.