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The Dukes of Cumberland - Van Der Kiste, John
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The title of Duke of Cumberland was originally created as one of several conferred on Prince Rupert ('of the Rhine'), cousin of King Charles I, in 1644. Like the next three princes to be thus known, he left no legitimate heir to succeed him. Prince George of Denmark, consort of Queen Anne, had the misfortune to father several children who died in infancy, while William, son of King George II (the victor or the butcher of Culloden in 1746, depending on one's point of view), only had mistresses but no sons or daughters, while ...

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The Dukes of Cumberland 2019, Independently Published

ISBN-13: 9781795344234

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