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King William IV – The Forgotten Hanoverian
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William the ‘Sailor King’
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He reluctantly agreed to the extension of local powers for Canada. His instinct was that the introduction of more democracy might lead to the loss of this colony much as the 13 colonies had been lost to his father.
However, he had no choice but to follow the advice of his prime minister Melbourne. This shows just how little power was left to the monarch when it came to matters of policy.instinctiveguardians.com/4593-mobile-monitoring-motorola.php
Sailor King : the life of King William IV / by Tom Pocock | National Library of Australia
He lived just long enough to ensure that his niece, Victoria, would come to the throne at 18 without the need for a messy regency. William was not King for long, but it was an eventful period as Britain started to enter a much more liberal phase in its history. Spanning the end of the Regency, In "Dominion: The History of England from the Battle of Waterloo to Victoria's Diamond Jubilee", author and biographer Peter Ackroyd takes readers from the accession of the profligate George IV whose government was steered by Lord Liverpool, whose face was set against reform, to the ' Sailor King ' William IV whose reign saw the modernization of the political system and the abolition of slavery.
Which British monarch was known as the Sailor King?
The West Sussex town was plain Bognor until it was awarded the Latin suffix by sailor king George V after he recovered from illness there in Town fights for its posh title.