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  2. Mar 16, 2020 · One of the great moments in New York City history took place the month Theodore Roosevelt turned two. In October 1860 the Prince of Wales made his visit to New York. Theodore’s great uncle, Judge James I. Roosevelt was one of the arrangers of the event. Peter Cooper was another organizer. John Jacob Astor was the committee chairman.

  3. The Prince of Wales known as the Duke of Rothesay whilst in Scotland, talks with fisherman John Campbell and his wife Nicola during a visit to Peterhead fish market for the opening of the new North Bay market building.

  4. king edward the third first created his eldest sonne edward surnamed the blacke prince, the mirour of chivalrie (being then duke of cornwall and earle of chester), prince of wales by solemne investure, with a cap of estate and coronet set on his head, a gold ring put upon his finger, and a silver vierge delivered into his hand, with the assent of …

  5. Mar 25, 2013 · On November 10, Edward, Prince of Wales, arrived at the train station. Awaiting him were Secretary of State Lansing, Major General John Biddle of the US Army, Rear Admiral Albert T. Niblick of the US Navy, and Major General Charleston of the British army.

  6. Sep 29, 2018 · It replaces the former market at Merchants Quay and is part of Peterhead Port Authority's £51 million project to redevelop the harbour. The Duke of Rothesay attended the official opening ceremony today along with more than 500 invited guests.

  7. Sep 16, 2022 · Having a royal Englishman serve as Prince of Wales is a custom that dates back to Edward, son of King Edward I, who was granted the title in 1301. His Welsh predecessor in the role was Dafydd ap ...

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