George III

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King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1760 to 1820

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COLLECTABLE: This ivory George III tea caddy is an exceptional example
I feel I'm the right age now and playing George III has been good preparation," says the versatile 60-year-old actor.
The top seller in that section was a George III eight-day longcase in a burr walnut case, with movement by John Pyke, which sold to a private collector for pounds 11,800.
A RIGHT royal treat is assured with the welcome stage return of The Madness Of King George III.
British royalty, of course, has fascinated Americans from the Revolution-era days of George III through Edward VIII's 1936 abdication to marry American divorcee Wallis Warfield Simpson.
In the meantime, her ashes will be placed in the Royal Vault at St George's Chapel, where George III, George IV and William IV are buried.
The desk, a George III mahogany library table from about 1755, is expected to bring $30,000 to $50,000.
THE curtain will rise at Rugby Theatre this weekend on Alan Bennett's The Madness of George III.
BUDDING stage stars are being invited to audition for parts in Rugby Theatre's October production, The Madness of George III.
Raiders at Broncos (-7): Hillary Clinton spoke recently with Eleanor Roosevelt, Al Davis spoke recently with George III.
1811 The Prince of Wales became Prince Regent on the established insanity of George III.
The famous first two paragraphs state the principles justifying the rebellion of the colonies against their English monarch, King George III.
COSTUMES fit for a king will keep backstage workers busy during a production of The Madness of George III at the Criterion Theatre in Earlsdon, Coventry.
You know what George III wrote in his diary on this day?
This harks back to when a broke King George III made a deal with parliament in 1760: for the rest of his reign he would surrender the profits from the rents of his land in exchange for getting a fixed annual salary and having his debts wiped away.