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The Homes Of Windsor And Hanover

They enabled the nation to take even a higher share in the trade of the planet than it had gained currently in the days of the younger Pitt. William IV was a very good-natured and nicely-meaning king, though he was not incredibly wise, and was really undignified. One result of the war was that the Jacobites again rose in revolt against the Home of Hanover. At final, in 1746, he was defeated by the king’s second son, the Duke of Cumberland, at Culloden Moor, close to Inverness. The Highland revolt was now cruelly put down by Cumberland, who behaved so...