William IV

NOUN
  1. King of England and Ireland; son of George III who ascended the throne after a long naval career (1765-1837)
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  • The metage duty on coals which may belong to the Corporation after the year 1862, under 1 & 2 William IV., and 8 & 9 Victoria, is not to be affected by the present Bill; but he must be a confiding and unsuspecting individual who can trust to a long enjoyment of that source of income. The Corporation of London, Its Rights and Privileges
  • The English silverplated bottle caddy dates to the reign of William IV.
  • The pickelhaube was originally designed in 1842 by King Frederick William IV of Prussia. and its use slowly spread to other German principalities.
  • King Frederick William IV, who was crowned in 1840, defused the situation.
  • The turned tapering legs with carved upper sections and brass toes and castors are again typical of the William IV or early Victorian period.
  • William Ivey Long's dress for Miss Gien is a simple, beige, loose-fitting second skin; Larry Moss has directed with similar unobtrusiveness.
  • The Viennese and Hungarian crowds were cannonaded from their strongholds, and in Germany a constitutional assembly that had been bravely debating the question of republicanism broke down into factional bickering and then ignominiously offered the country to Frederick William IV of Prussia. The Worldly Philosophers
  • In the reign of William IV. the Crown claimed and received a compensation of 300,000 pounds for giving up the passing tolls, and the Corporation itself was awarded upwards of 160,000 pounds on the abolition of the "package and scavage" dues. The Corporation of London, Its Rights and Privileges
  • The turned tapering legs with carved upper sections and brass toes and castors are again typical of the William IV or early Victorian period.
  • Included in the collection is a large engraved William IV silver oval tray and a pair of William IV sterling silver salvers, both dated 1831 and hallmarked 1833.
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