Hanoverian


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any of the British rulers who were members of the House of Hanover

a member (or supporter) of the house of Hanover

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Racing off a mark of 88, Hanoverian Baron appears to be back on a highly-winnable mark.
The Hanoverian Ensemble is led by Solum, who performs on all but one of the selections on the program, making this a pleasantly flute-centered recording.
Wrightson, "The Family in Early Modern England: Continuity and Change," in Hanoverian Britain and Empire.
Goldsworthy the King's Equery, the Hanoverian Resident, and Miss Goldsworthy, sub Governess to the two young Princesses, followed.
PHOTO (Color) Diana and Michael Caro raise Hanoverian horses, and chickens, on their five-acre hilltop property in Moorpark.
John Cannon's Samuel Johnson and the Politics of Hanoverian England is one of the recent attempts to illuminate the age by means of Johnson, and Johnson by means of the age.
Cannon closes with an important essay on the nature of Hanoverian politics in which he positions Johnson with reference to 'the ambiguities, contradictions, and uncertainties of Hanoverian England' (197): metropolitan and small-town, a lover of the poor and hater of the rabble, respectful but not deferential, fearful of change but unsentimental about the past.
Sixty years after the pioneering work of Norman Sykes on the eighteenth-century Church of England, ecclesiastical historians are once again turning their attention to the late Stuart and Hanoverian Church and are producing a wealth of new findings.
A recent review by Julian Gwyn, in the Canadian Journal of History (XXV, December 1990), made short work of Nicholas Rogers' discussion of extra-Parliamentary reform politics in English cities during the early Hanoverian period.
Admiral Oakes is loyal to the Hanoverian occupants of the throne, and Admiral Bluewater believes that it belongs to the Stuarts.
As a result of his unsuccessful attempt to seize the Hanoverian throne (see the forty - five ), the hereditary jurisdiction of the Highland chiefs was taken away.
Several horses will be presented, including: Romulus, an 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding and FEI horse, owned and ridden by Postleb in a demonstration of lateral movements; and Gideon, a 19-year-old Hanoverian gelding, also an FEI horse, owned by LaVerle Jessup, demonstrating work in-hand with Postleb and Ivan Kelly, a CDI assistant trainer.
Lesley, who is an inspector with Northumbria Police, came second on both days with her six-year-old Hanoverian gelding Furst Lazlo, who is known as William at home.
Who was the first Hanoverian king of Great Britain and Ireland?
BEYOND the human cost of the victory at Waterloo, a total 1,495 British and Hanoverian horses died.