King Charles

King Charles may refer to:

  • A number of kings named Charles I (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles II (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles III (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles IV (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles V (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles VI (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles VII (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles VIII (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles IX (disambiguation)
  • A number of kings named Charles X (disambiguation)
  • A number of Kings of Sweden:
    • Charles XI of Sweden
    • Charles XII of Sweden
    • Charles XIII of Sweden
    • Charles XIV of Sweden
    • Charles XV of Sweden
    • Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden

King Charles is also the name of:

  • Two related but distinct breeds of dog, associated with King Charles II of England:
    • King Charles Spaniel
    • Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
  • Charles William King
  • Songwriter King Charles (musician)

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Mariana Koskull
... and lady-in-waiting, known as the royal mistress of King Charles XIII of Sweden and King Charles XIV John of Sweden ... was pointed out and known as the mistress of King Charles XIII after his accession to the throne in 1809, and eventually as the mistress also to his ... Queen Hedvig Elizabeth Charlotte remarked that the king acted as her lover without being able to, while Bernadotte became involved with her after his wife left for France (1811) ...
Charles Church, Plymouth - Founding (1634–1665)
... others of the council assembled and passed a resolution to petition the King, Charles I, for permission to divide the old Parish of Plymouth into two ... Being a Puritan town it meant the Catholic King did not see eye to eye with the townsfolk on religious matters ... Increasing tensions grew between the King and town over St Andrew's ...
Caroline Divines - Prominent Exponents - King Charles The Martyr
... King Charles I (19 November 1600 – 30 January 1649) encouraged liturgical renewal and the publication of devotional writings during his reign ... The most popular devotional work in seventeenth-century England was the king's own autobiographical Eikon Basilike (The Royal Image), which was translated into numerous European ... was originally promulgated by his father, King James I, in 1617 ...
Ladislaus Kán - His Life
... he must have been one of the partisans of King Andrew III of Hungary (1290-1301), because he attended an assembly convocated by the king in Buda in 1298 and he was a member of the ... Following the king's death, when several claimants for the throne were struggling with each other between 1301 and 1308, he probably did not intervene in their conflict ... Nevertheless, during the period from 1297 until 1313, the kings of Hungary granted several possessions to him in the eastern parts of the kingdom, e.g ...

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    The king said, -Divide the living boy in two; then give half to the one, and half to the other. But the woman whose son was alive said to the king -because compassion for her son burned within her - -Please, my lord, give her the living boy; certainly do not kill him! The other said, -It shall be neither mine nor yours; divide it. Then the king responded: -Give the first woman the living boy; do not kill him. She is his mother.
    Bible: Hebrew, 1 Kings. 3:25-37.

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