Mariana Victoria

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Carlota Joaquina Of Spain - Early Life
... future husband was a grandson of Mariana Victoria of Spain, sister of Charles III and the Duke of Parma ... The subject of Carlota Joaquina's marriage was arranged by Mariana Victoria and Charles III in the late 1770s when Mariana went to Spain to encourage diplomatic ... Infante Gabriel was to marry the Infanta Mariana Vitória of Portugal, another grandchild of Mariana Victoria of Spain ...
Philippe II, Duke Of Orléans - The Regency - Cellamare Conspiracy
... The young Louis XV of France would marry the three-year old Infanta Mariana Victoria who would thus become Queen of France the Infante Luis would marry the fourth surviving ... In March 1721, the Infanta Mariana Victoria arrived in Paris amid much joy ... the marriage, though never officially carried out was annulled the French sent back Mariana Victoria and in retaliation, Louise Élisabeth and Philippine Élisabeth were sent back to France ...
Mariana Victoria Of Spain - Engagement To Joseph I
... Mariana Victoria would marry the Infante José, "Prince of Brazil", son and heir of João V of Portugal ... Mariana Victoria married the Prince of Brazil (traditional title for the Portuguese heir to the throne) on 19 January 1729 at Elvas in Portugal ... The couple enjoyed hunting as well as music – Mariana Victoria was an accomplished singer – patronised Italian opera singers and the theatre but were both passionately ...
Mariana Victoria Of Spain - Queen, Regent and Widow
... Mariana Victoria and her daughter disliked the influence Pombal had over Joseph I ... the execution of all members of the noble family and it was only at the intervention of Mariana Victoria and her daughter, the Princess of Brazil that some women and children were spared ... As Pombal was de facto ruler of the state, Mariana Victoria and her husband took a less prominent role in politics ...

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