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  1. King Lear (Modern Library Classics) by William Shakespeare, 2009-04-14
  2. King Lear (The Annotated Shakespeare) by William Shakespeare, 2007-05-24
  3. The King Of The Trees (Burt, William D., King of the Trees, Bk. 1.) by William D. Burt, 1998-07-01
  4. Born To Be King : Prince William Of Wales by Rh Value Publishing, 1982-12-12
  5. Gotrek & Felix: The Second Omnibus (Warhammer) by William King, 2008-06-25
  6. An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King (Updated) by William F. Pepper, 2008-04-17
  7. Dragonslayer (A Gotrek & Felix novel) by William King, 2003-08-01
  8. The Uncrowned King: The Sensational Rise of William Randolph Hearst by Kenneth Whyte, 2009-12-08
  9. Collections of Nothing by William Davies King, 2009-10-15
  10. King William IV (Cassell biographies) by Philip Ziegler, 1989-06-22
  11. King Lear by William Shakespeare, 2004-03-30
  12. Mediaeval Scottish Poetry: King James I, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Gavin Douglas (1892) by Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, et all 2008-06-02
  13. Prince William: Born to Be King by Richard Buskin, 1998-12-01
  14. King Lear (Cliffs Complete) by William Shakespeare, 2000-05-22

1. King William County
Official government site. Includes directory of county services and employees, new residents guide, and information about local schools and nearby

2. William III Of England - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Zuylestein induced William to write letters to the English king asking his .. A Statue of king william III marking the centre of Petersfield, Hampshire
William III of England
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Jump to: navigation search William III Prince of Orange; Stadtholder of Holland and Zealand, Utrecht, Guelders and Overijssel; King of England, Ireland and Scots; (more...) William III wearing The Great George King of England Scots and Ireland (more...) Reign 13 February 8 March
(with Mary II until 28 December Coronation 11 April Predecessor James II Successor Anne Co-monarch Mary II Full name William Henry of Orange Detail Titles and styles HM The King
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London Burial Westminster Abbey , London William III 14 November 8 March ) was the Prince of Orange from his birth, Stadtholder of the main provinces of the Dutch Republic from 28 June King of England and King of Ireland from 13 February , and King of Scotland (under the name William II ) from 11 April , in each case until his death. Born a member of the House of Orange-Nassau , William III won the English, Scottish and Irish Crowns following the Glorious Revolution , during which his uncle and father-in-law, James II , was deposed. In

3. King William County Public Schools - King William, Virginia
During this week the king william County Public Schools acknowledges each principal for his or her dedication and commitment to the school division and for

4. King William Association - San Antonio, TX - Home
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5. King William I Of England - William The Conqueror
Basic information and useful websites about William the Conqueror.
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    Also known as William of Normandy and William the Bastard, King William I of England was the illegitimate son of Duke Robert of Normandy, France. Though his blood claim to the throne of England was slim, he set his sights on the land once governed by his cousin, Edward the Confessor , and claimed the old king had named him his heir. In October of 1066, William the Conqueror successfully invaded England and defeated Harold Godwinson to win the crown.

    6. King William Fair - San Antonio, TX
    The king william Fair strives to bring you a familyoriented event, favoring local non-profits and mom-and-pop outlets for food, crafts, and entertainment.
    King William Fair
    Our mission is to support the arts, education, and community improvements
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    Art by Terry Baker FUTURE FAIR DATES
    2009 - April 25
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    2012 - April 28
    2013 - April 27
    2014 - April 26 The 2008 King William Fair is
    April 26th, 10 am - 6pm
    The King William Association invites you to celebrate the History and Diversity of Texas’ first historic neighborhood. The King William Fair strives to bring you a family-oriented event, favoring local non-profits and mom-and-pop outlets for food, crafts , and entertainment . Corporate booths are discouraged, but corporate sponsors are welcome. click here The King William Fair is an official Fiesta® San Antonio event. Thanks to our 2008 Fair underwriters: King William Fair King William Association Fair line: (210) 271-3247 Email:

    7. King William's War
    king william s War (16901697) in colonial America. Part of an e-text on the history of the United States.
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    King William's War (1690-1697)
    King James II of England, unlike his profligate brother, Charles II, was extremely religious, and his religion was that of Rome. The large majority of the people of England were Protestants; but they would have submitted to a Catholic king had he not used his official power to convert the nation to Catholicism. From the time of James's accession, in 1685, the unrest increased, until, three years later, the opposition was so formidable that the monarch fled from his kingdom and took refuge in France. The daughter of James and her husband, the Prince of Orange, became the joint sovereigns of England as William and Mary. This movement is known in history as the English Revolution. Louis XIV, the king of France, was a Catholic and in full sympathy with James. Moreover, he denied the right of a people to change sovereigns, and espoused the cause of James; and war between the two nations followed. This war was reflected in America, as King William rejected an offer of colonial neutrality, and it is known as "King William's War." The English colonies had long watched the French encroachments on the north; the French determined to hold the St. Lawrence country, and to extend their power over the vast basin of the Mississippi; and each was jealoous of the other concerning the fisheries and the fur trade. To these differences must be added an intense religious feeling. The English colonies were almost wholly Protestant except Maryland , and even in Maryland the Protestants were in a large majority. New France was purely Catholic, and the two forms of Christianity had not yet learned to dwell together, or near together, in harmony. King James had not confined his designs to the home country; he had not only revoked some of the colonial charters and sent the tyrant Andros to domineer

    8. Welcome To King William County
    king william Courthouse, circa 1725 Oldest courthouse in continuous use in the This website is maintained by the king william County Public Information
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    9. San Antonio Conservation Society
    The king william District occupies land that was once irrigated farm land The area call the king william Neighborhood of today was subdivided into lots
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    Printable Brochure The King William District occupies land that was once irrigated farm land belonging to the Mission San Antonio de Valero, the Alamo. When the mission was secularized in 1793, the lands were divided among the resident Indian families from the mission or sold at public auction. The area call the King William Neighborhood of today was subdivided into lots in the 1860s and laid out with the present streets. It was about this time that a great many Germans who had immigrated to Texas in the 1840s began to settle in this area and it became known as "Sauerkraut Bend" to the rest of San Antonio. It developed into an idyllic neighborhood of large, impressive houses shaded by enormous pecan and cypress trees. The main entry street into the area was given the name King Wilhelm in honor of King Wilhelm I, King of Prussia in the 1870s. During World War I, when America was at war with Germany, the name was changed to Pershing Avenue. A few years after the war was over the original name was restored, but this time it was given the English version of the name, King William, and it has remained so since. In the early 1900s the King William District began to wane as a fashionable neighborhood and by 1920 many of the original home builders died and their children moved to other parts of San Antonio. During the 1930s and 1940s the neighborhood declined and many of the fine old homes were converted into apartments and general deterioration set in throughout the area. Only a few of the earlier settlers remained and maintained earlier standards.

    10. King William Reservoir Project
    Find information about the project designed to meet the future water supply needs of the Virginia Peninsula through the year 2050.
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    water for future generations November, 2007
    “I find that….the King William Reservoir project, along with conservation measures and utilization of groundwater supplies, as well as the inclusion of the wetlands and streams mitigation plan, and the Section 106 Programmatic Agreement, is the least environmentally damaging practicable alternative to meet the public need…”.
    General Temple, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (July 2005)
    With the Record of Decision in July 2005, General Temple, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ignited the implementation efforts of this important regional water supply project. The reservoir project is more accurately a regional water supply program. The implementation phase will take almost 15 years to complete and includes more than a dozen large projects.
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    11. King William Realty | Home
    king william Realty and W Realty in San Antonio, TX, specialize in real estate and property in historic districts near downtown.
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    12. King William County QuickFacts From The US Census Bureau
    Frequently requested statistics for king william County.
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    13. - The Official Commonwealth Of Virginia Home Page
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    14. King William Inn – Huntsville Hotel Accommodation In Muskoka Near Algonquin Par
    The king william Inn provides Huntsville hotel accommodations in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. Ideal for Algonquin Park accommodations, our Muskoka inn is a 30
    King William Inn – Huntsville hotel accommodations in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.
    The King William Inn is located downtown within easy walking distance of major attractions and facilities like the Jack Bionda Arena (Ice rink), Algonquin Theatre, which is part of the Huntsville Civic Centre, and Muskoka Heritage Place, Pioneer Village, a steam train, museums, demonstrations, farm animals, gardens and nature trails. This Huntsville hotel is also close to Arrowhead Provincial Park, Algonquin Provincial Park and Hidden Valley Ski Area.
    The Town of Huntsville is recognized as a natural, recreation and all season resort destination. Be sure to enjoy the many events in the area, including the Huntsville Festival of the Arts, Midnight Madness, the Pond Hockey Tournament and Communities in Bloom.
    As guests at our Muskoka Inn you will enjoy being close to many different shopping facilities. A variety of restaurants and lounges are located in historic downtown Huntsville and the surrounding area.
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    15. King William's War (War Of The League Of Augsburg)
    king william s War (16891697) was the first of what came to be known in America as the French and Indian wars. In fact, the French and Indian Wars were a
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    King William's War (1689-1697) was the first of what came to be known in America as the French and Indian wars. In fact, the French and Indian Wars were a series of colonial wars between Great Britain and France that lasted three-quarters of a century. Hostilities in King William's War begain in 1690, when in the course of a few months Schenectady, N.Y., was burned by the French and Indians, and colonial English forces launched attacks on Port Royal (now Annapolis Royal), Nova Scotia, and on Quebec. Despite further raids by the French and Indians, the war ended in a stalemate. The Treaty of Ryswick, by which were ended the war and its European counterpart, the War of the Grand Alliance restored all colonial possessions to their prewar status.
    • French and Indian forces from Montreal attacked and burned Schenectady, N.Y.
    • The city of Quebec was attacked by English forces in the first major military operation of King William's War. They were repulsed by the French under Louis de Baude, comte de Palluau et de Frontenac

    16. King William Historic District
    The king william Historic District, located immediately south of downtown San Antonio on the east bank of the San Antonio River, was established in the

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    San Antonio River and Tower Life Building viewed from King William Historic District The King William Historic District, located immediately south of downtown San Antonio on the east bank of the San Antonio River, was established in the 1840's, when a large number of Germans immigrated to Texas and settled in the vicinity of San Antonio. The main entry street into the area was named after Kaiser Wilhelm I, King of Prussia in the 1870's. During World War I the name was changed to Pershing Avenue, but a few years after the war the original name was restored, except in the English form of the name, King William, which the area has retained up to the present. In the 1870's about one-third of San Antonio's population spoke German.
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    Naomi Shihab Nye's residence on S. Main Street
    Sandra Cisneros' "periwinkle purple" house on E. Guenther Street
    San Antonio River near historic Guenther House
    Restored Steves House on King William St.

    17. Kids' Zone > History Homework > King William I
    Profile of king william I the Conqueror for children.
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    A detail of an image of William I by George Vertue (1648-1756)
    The Royal Collection © 2006, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
    Date of birth:
    c. 1028
    Place of birth:
    Falaise, Normandy
    Dynastic house:
    King Edward I was the first king in the House of Normandy
    Parents: William was the illegimate child of Robert I, Duke of Normandy, and his mistress Herleva Titles held: King of England, Duke of Normandy and Count of Maine Home: King William built many castles around England during the course of his reign, perhaps the best known of which is the Tower of London, still in existence today. Length of reign: 20 years and 10 months between the end of 1066 and his death in September 1087 Age on accession: As his exact date of birth is unclear, William was either 37 or 38 years old when he came to the throne

    18. King William III
    As king william III of England he accomplished far more for the welfare of the English people than had most of his nativeborn predecessors.
    William of Orange 1650-1702
    For William's Geneology click here! Posthumous son of William II of Orange ruler of the United Netherlands. Married Mary daughter of James duke of York 1677 Short,asthmatic,stooped bad teeth and beaked nose. His family:Nassau was unhealthy and suffered from mysterious fevers of a tubeercular nature. Wiilliam was always weak and had a constant consumptive cough. His face was sullen and bloodless and scored with the deep lines which were the product of fighting ceaseles pain. He could not handle a horse or sword until full grown. His success in life came from the care he took to eat simply,drink little and obtain plenty of sleep. None the less he overcame all of these physical setbacks to present a dashing and inspiring figure on horseback in the thick of the fight. William II was obsessed with the destruction of Imperial France and the salvation of the Netherlands. As King William III of England he accomplished far more for the welfare of the English people than had most of his native-born predecessors. He removed the tyranny of games and reformed the nations political and financial institutions. His reign marked the transition from the personal government of the Stuarts to the parliamentary rule of the Hanoverians-control of the army was transferred to Parliament, a better system of finance was introduced and the Bank of England was established. The constitutioal rights of the people were set on a firmer basis. No matter what country was to deal with England they would deal with a constitutional monarchy after 1689 (for example Ireland-It was hard enough to win freedom from a constitutional monarchy for a republic-under the tyranny of an absolutist this would have been much more difficult as found the French who were forced to accomplish this with their bloody revolution)

    19. King William General District Court
    king william General District Court. Traffic king william County 1st Thurs., 1030 a.m. 3rd Thurs., 930 a.m. State Police 1st 4th Thurs., 830 a.m.,
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    9th Judicial District of Virginia The court that most people have contact with is the general district court. The general district court handles most traffic violations. The general district court also hears minor criminal cases known as misdemeanors and conducts preliminary hearings for more serious criminal cases called felonies. General district courts have exclusive authority to hear civil cases with claims of $4,500 or less and share authority with the circuit courts to hear cases with claims between $4,500 and $15,000. Examples of civil cases are landlord and tenant disputes, contract disputes and personal injury actions. There is a general district court in each city and county in Virginia. General district court judges are elected by the General Assembly for 6 year terms.
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    Criminal case continuances granted by Commonwealth's Attorney; first continuance in traffic cases granted by Clerk.

    20. King William County, Virginia VA, County Profile - Hotels, Festivals, Genealogy,
    king william County, Virginia VA, county profile, with sections on demographics, cemeteries, the economy, government, history and politics.

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