Charles was considered by many to have been amiable, but simple-minded. Charles IV ( Spanish: Carlos Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno José Januario Serafín Diego; 11 November 1748 – 20 January 1819) was King of Spain from 14 December 1788, until his abdication on 19 March 1808. The former Charles IV drifted about Europe[26] until 1812, when he finally settled in Rome, in the Palazzo Barberini. Since he was still a minor, his maternal grandmother, Dorothea Sophie of Neuburg, was named regent. 14-24, Paul Gaffarel (1919) Le séjour de Charles IV d'Espagne à Marseille, Revue des Etudes Napoléoniennes, t. XVI, pp. [9][10][11][12][13][14] The Balmis Expedition was also authorized, aimed at vaccinating Spain's overseas territories against smallpox. "La consolidación de vales reales como factor determinante de la lucha de independencia en México, 1804-1808." Riots, and a popular revolt at the winter palace Aranjuez, in 1808 forced the king to abdicate on 19 March, in favor of his son. Economic troubles, rumours about a sexual relationship between the Queen and Godoy, and the King's ineptitude, caused the monarchy to decline in prestige among the population. As the situation with immediate revenue became more fraught, the crown in 1804 imposed measures in its overseas empire forcing the church to call in immediately the mortgages it had extended on a long-term by the Catholic Church. [26] He was painted by Francisco Goya in a number of official court portraits, which numerous art critics have seen as satires on the King's stout vacuity.[33]. Discover the family tree of Charles III de BOURBON d'ESPAGNE for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry. L'Espagne De Charles II, Une Modernite Paradoxale: 1665-1700 (Constitution De La Modernite, Band 18) | Zaragoza, Marina Mestre | ISBN: 9782406093732 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. folgte ihm 1788 als König von Spanien und sein anderer Sohn Ferdinand IV. Généalogie des Rois de France, Rois d'Espagne, Rois du Portugal, Rois d'Angleterre [22] Ferdinand took the throne as Ferdinand VII, but was mistrusted by Napoleon, who had 100,000 soldiers stationed in Spain by that time due to the ongoing War of the Third Coalition. The ousted King, having appealed to Napoleon for help in regaining his throne, was summoned before Napoleon in Bayonne, along with his son, in April 1808. The couple had fourteen children, six of whom survived into adulthood: Template:Infantes of Spain [3] He was called El Cazador (meaning "the Hunter"), due to his preference for sport and hunting, rather than dealing with affairs of the state. Godoy continued Aranda's policy of neutrality towards France, but after Spain protested the execution of Louis XVI of France, the deposed king, in 1793, France declared war on Spain. Template:Princes of Asturias Married, Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez and died at El Escorial. [7] After the collapse of the regime installed by Napoleon, Ferdinand VII was restored to the throne. In Naples and Sicily, Charles was referred to as the Prince of Taranto. Charles IV d’Espagne. In 1799, he authorized Prussian aristocrat and scientist Alexander von Humboldt to travel freely in Spanish America, with royal officials encouraged to aid him in his investigation of key areas of Spain's empire. Spain's economic problems were of long standing, but deteriorated further when Spain was ensnared in wars that its ally France pursued. Charles IV married his first cousin Maria Louisa, the daughter of Philip, Duke of Parma, in 1765. ", This page was last edited on 18 December 2020, at 18:19. Charles IV by contrast was a do-nothing king, with a domineering wife and an inexperienced but ambitious first minister, Godoy. Financial needs drove his domestic and foreign policy. In foreign policy Godoy continued Abarca de Bolea's policy of neutrality toward as France, but after Spain protested the execution of Louis XVI of France, the deposed king, in 1793, France declared war on Spain. Well-meaning and pious, Charles IV floundered in a series of international crises beyond his capacity to handle. Charles occupied himself with hunting in the period that saw the outbreak of the French Revolution, the executions of his Bourbon relative Louis XVI of France and his queen, Marie Antoinette, and the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte. His elder brother, Don Felipe, was passed over for both thrones, due to his learning disabilities and epilepsy. In Verbindung stehende Artikel. V4. [27][28][29][30] His wife died on 2 January 1819, followed shortly by Charles, who died on 20 January of the same year. Vital IV., 1223/28 bezeugt Viane, † 1280; ⚭ (1) Amanieu IV., Sire d’Albret, ... Comte d’Ayen, und Jeanne Germaine d’Espagne (Haus Noailles) (2) Henri-Charles, † 1636, Baron de Biron (2) François, 1629–1700, Marquis de Biron et de Brisambourg, Baron de Saint-Blancard, Seigneur de Montaut, 1686/91 de Navailles etc. The Journal of Economic History 4.1 (1944): 21–48. Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez, he married. However, in the wake of the war against Republican France, the liberal-leaning Count of Aranda was himself replaced by Manuel de Godoy, a favourite of the Queen and widely believed to be her lover, who enjoyed the lasting favor of the King. Preis : 250.00 € Type : 8 Reales Charles IV d’Espagne. [22] He was successful in 1808, forcing his father's abdication following the Tumult of Aranjuez. Real Academia Matritense de Heráldica y Genealogía (2007) (in es). fwo_420982 - PERU 8 Reales Charles IV d’Espagne 1803 Lima. Alain Raisonnier, Claudie Ressort (2009) Le séjour de Charles IV et de la Cour d'Espagne au Palais de Compiègne en 1808-1809, Annales Historiques compiégnoises, n° 113-114, pp. Sir Francis Ronalds included a detailed description of the funeral in his travel journal. Cabaler d’una família de la petita noblesa, arran de la Revolució Francesa passà amb els seus pares a Anglaterra i, més tard, a Mallorca (1792), on el 1801 es casà amb Dionísia Rossinyol de Defla i Comelles. Italien Königreich Neapel Tari Charles II d'Espagne (1665-1700) 1684 (Naples) TTB+/SUP Ref. The Spain inherited by Charles IV gave few indications of instability,[1] but during his reign, Spain entered a series of disadvantageous alliances and his regime constantly sought cash to deal with the exigencies of war. The son of Charles III., he succeeded to the throne in 1788, having married at an early age his cousin, Maria Louisa of Parma, by whom he was entirely controlled. von Spanien (* 11. Charles IV continued a number of policies of his more distinguished father, but was forced to abdicate by his son Ferdinand VII of Spain and then imprisoned by Napoleon Bonaparte who invaded Spain in 1808. Russell, Craig H. "Spain in the Enlightenment. Economic troubles, rumors about a sexual relationship between the Queen and Godoy, and the King's ineptitude, caused the monarchy to decline in prestige among the population. Artikel auf unserem Online-Shop verkauft. 40-57. 14-24, Paul Gaffarel (1919) Le séjour de Charles IV d'Espagne à Marseille, Revue des Etudes Napoléoniennes, t. XVI, pp. als König von Neapel und beider Sizilien (1759-1825). Barbier, Jacques A. Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez and died at the Royal Palace of Madrid. English: Charles IV of Spain (November 11, 1748 - January 20, 1819) was King of Spain. Januar 1819) war König von Spanien. Painting by Goya 1801, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos. In 1792, political and personal enemies ousted Floridablanca from office, replacing him with Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, Count of Aranda. Généalogie des Rois de France, Rois d'Espagne, Rois du Portugal, Rois d'Angleterre Charles IV (Carlos Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno José Januario Serafín Diego; 11 November 1748 – 20 January 1819) was King of Spain and the Spanish Empire from 14 December 1788, until 19 March 1808. His elder brother, Don Felipe, was passed over for both thrones, due to his learning disabilities and epilepsy. CHARLESmarried Marie Louise D ESPAGNE (born de BOURBON PARME). Upon ascending to the throne, Charles IV intended to maintain the policies of his father, and retained his prime minister, the Count of Floridablanca, in office. CHARLES IV., king of Spain, born in Naples, Nov. 12, 1748, died in Rome, Jan. 19, 1819. Historia mexicana (2006): 373-425. Spain and Portugal:A Reference Guide from the Renaissance to the Present. Charles IV was King of Spain and the Spanish Empire from 14 December 1788, until 19 March 1808. [8] He was painted by Francisco Goya in a number of official court portraits, which numerous art critics have seen as satires on the King's stout vacuity.[13]. The ousted King, having appealed to Napoleon for help in regaining his throne, was summoned before Napoleon in Bayonne, along with his son, in April 1808. Charles married Marie-Amélie D'Espagne (born De Saxe). He intended to maintain the policies of his father, and retained his prime minister, the Count of Floridablanca, in office. Spain remained an ally of France and supported the Continental Blockade until the British naval victory at Trafalgar, when Spain became allied with Britain. p. 151. Avec la princesse des Asturies, Marie-Louise, ils confient le décor du dôme de la salle à manger du Palais royal du Pardo à Francisco Bayeu. [23], Following Napoleon's deposing of the Bourbon dynasty, the ex-King, his wife, and former Prime Minister Godoy were held captive in France first at the château de Compiègne[24] and three years in Marseille (where a neighborhood was named after him). [25] After the collapse of the regime installed by Napoleon, Ferdinand VII was restored to the throne. As a consequence, Spain became one of the maritime empires to have been allied with Republican France in the French Revolutionary War, and for a considerable duration.[21]. The Spain inherited by Charles IV gave few indications of instability, but during his reign, Spain entered a series of disadvantageous alliances and his regime constantly sought cash to deal with the exigencies of war. Fill del marquès d’Espanha, Henri d’Espagnac. This switching of alliances devalued Charles' position as a trustworthy ally, increasing Godoy's unpopularity, and strengthening the fernandistas (supporters of Crown Prince Ferdinand), who favoured an alliance with the United Kingdom. Even though he had a profound belief in the sanctity of the monarchy, and kept up the appearance of an absolute, powerful king Charles never took more than a passive part in his own government. Riots, and a popular revolt at the winter palace Aranjuez, in 1808 forced the king to abdicate on 19 March, in favor of his son. [6] In 1792, political and personal enemies ousted Floridablanca from office, replacing him with the Count of Aranda. [15] In 1799, Charles IV authorized Prussian aristocrat and scientist Alexander von Humboldt to travel freely in Spanish America, with royal officials encouraged to aid him in his investigation of key areas of Spain's empire. 1783, Manuel de Godoy, as general. (de), Κάρολος Δ΄ της Ισπανίας (el), Charles IV of Spain (1788-1808) (en), Karlo la 4-a (eo), Carlos IV de España (es), Karlos IV.a Espainiakoa (eu), کارلوس چهارم اسپانیا (fa), Kaarle IV (fi), Charles IV d'Espagne (fr), Carlos IV de España (gl), Karlo IV., španjolski kralj (hr), IV. In 1788, Charles III died and Charles IV succeeded to the throne. The Royal Botanical Expedition to New Granada (1783–1816),[7] and the Royal Botanical Expedition to New Spain (1787–1803),[8] were funded by the crown. After the declaration, Portugal and Spain signed a treaty of mutual protection against France. Married, Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez and died at El Escorial. Charles d'Espagne de Cousserans de Cominges o d'Espagne, conegut a Catalunya com a Comte d'Espanya i a Espanya com a Carlos de España (Castell de Ramefòrt, Foix, Llenguadoc, 15 d'agost del 1775 - Organyà, Alt Urgell, 2 de novembre del 1839) fou un noble i militar francès al servei de la monarquia del Regne d'Espanya.. Fou marquès d'Espagnac i baró de Ramefòrt a França, Gran … "Charles IV of Spain" in. Portrait of Charles IV in Palace of Caserta. The affairs of government were left to his wife, Maria Luisa, and the man he appointed first minister, Manuel de Godoy. Books . Charles III was an active, working monarch with experienced first ministers to help reach decisions. Translations in context of "Charles IV" in English-French from Reverso Context: On his return to Spain, he was named Secretary of War by Charles IV. Berichten über einen Fehler. CHARLES IV. Napoleon forced both Charles and his son to abdicate, declared the Bourbon dynasty of Spain deposed, and installed his brother, Joseph Bonaparte, as King Joseph I of Spain.[5]. He was born in Naples (11 November 1748), while his father was King of Naples and Sicily. Facts on File. 2) [tʃɑːlz], Ray, eigentlich Ray Charles Robinson ['rɔbɪnsən], amerikanischer Jazzmusiker (Sänger und Pianist), * Albany 23. "Peninsular finance and colonial trade: The dilemma of Charles IV's Spain." The affairs of government were left to his wife, Maria Luisa, and his prime minister, while he occupied himself with hunting. Il succéda à son père Charles III à la mort de ce dernier le 14 décembre 1788. Charles IV d'Espagne, né le 11 novembre 1748 à Portici (Naples) et mort le 20 janvier 1819 (à 70 ans) à Rome, est roi d'Espagne du 14 décembre 1788 au 19 mars 1808. Journal of Latin American Studies 1.2 (1969): 85-113. BSG_EST94RES_P67B.jpg . Connétable von Frankreich, deutsch: Konnetabel (französisch Connétable de France, von lateinisch comes stabuli, daraus französisch comte des étables „Graf der Ställe“, Stallmeister; siehe auch: Konstabler) war einige Jahrhunderte eines der höchsten Großämter Frankreichs. EMBED. Español: Carlos IV de España (11 de Noviembre de 1748 - † 20 de Enero de 1819) fue rey de España. Alain Raisonnier, Claudie Ressort (2009) Le séjour de Charles IV et de la Cour d'Espagne au Palais de Compiègne en 1808-1809, Annales Historiques compiégnoises, n° 113-114, pp. 8 Reales Charles IV d’Espagne 1803 PERU PERU Lima 1803 (39mm, 27,31g, 12h) fVZ/VZ MA-Shop Kauf mit Garantie Angebot mit Münzen und Medaillen von der Antike bis zum Euro. Ideas of the Age of Enlightenment had come to Spain with the accession of the first Spanish Bourbon, Philip V. Charles IV's father Charles III had pursued an active policy of reform that sought to reinvigorate Spain politically and economically and make the Spanish Empire more closely an appendage of the metropole. Von Wobeser, Gisela. 9. Charles IV d'Espagne (French Edition): 9786136403946: Books - Amazon.ca. [31][32], Well-meaning and pious, Charles IV floundered in a series of international crises beyond his capacity to handle. Arrival in Italy Twins, born and died at the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso. Journal of Latin American Studies 12.1 (1980): 21–37. [Charles IV d'Espagne et sa famille] Item Preview BSG_EST94RES_P67A.jpg . [20] In 1796 France forced Godoy to enter into an alliance, and declare war on the Kingdom of Great Britain. Charles IV d'Espagne fut roi d'Espagne du 14 décembre 1788 au 19 mars 1808. : 24467 150,00 € Fabrizi 298 - stries d'ajustage au revers Stempelstellung : 12 h. Gewicht : 27,31 g. Rand décorée. Humboldt's Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain was a key publication from his five-year travels. ), Burkholder, Suzanne Hiles. Datum: 1803. [2] Even though he had a profound belief in the sanctity of his office, and kept up the appearance of an absolute, powerful monarch, Charles never took more than a passive part in his own government. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 20. Charles was the second son of Charles III and his wife, Maria Amalia of Saxony. The cost would be to undermine the power of the Church and the aristocracy.[17]. Born and died at El Escorial, he succeeded his father as King in 1808, but was deposed by, Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez. April 2020 um 08:17 Uhr bearbeitet. Documents of Charles D'Espagne. Godoy's economic policies increased discontent with Charles's regime. Anxious to take over from his father, and jealous of the prime minister, Crown Prince Ferdinand attempted to overthrow the King in an aborted coup in 1807.[4]. The former Charles IV drifted about Europe[8] until 1812, when he finally settled in Rome, in the Palazzo Barberini. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Teilen meiner Auswahl. Twins, born and died at the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso. Template:Monarchs of Spain. His 1795 work, Informe en el expediente de ley agraria argued that Spain needed thriving agriculture to allow its population to grow and prosper. The Malaspina Expedition (1789–94) was an important scientific expedition headed by Spanish naval commander Alejandro Malaspina, with naturalists and botanical illustrators gathering information for the Spanish crown. Charles IV married his first cousin Maria Louisa, the daughter of Philip, Duke of Parma, in 1765. Marie-Amélie was born on November 24 1724, in Château de la Résidence de Dresde. Charles D'Espagne was born on month day 1716, at birth place. 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Charles III did not equip his son and heir, Charles IV with skills or experience in governance. Geburt: 11 November 1748, Portici, Kampanien, Italien Titel : 11 November 1748, Fürst von Asturien Hochzeit: ♀ w Maria Luise von Bourbon-Parma Titel : von 14 Dezember 1788, König von Spanien Tod: 20 Januar 1819, Rom, Italien ♂ Felipe Antonio von Spanien. This switching of alliances devalued Charles' position as a trustworthy ally, increasing Godoy's unpopularity, and strengthening the fernandistas (supporters of Crown Prince Ferdinand), who favoured an alliance with the United Kingdom. ESPAGNE - ROYAUME D'ESPAGNE - CHARLES III 4 Escudos 1787 Madrid fVZ . Painting by Goya 1798, Crown Prince Ferdinand, Painting by Goya 1800. However, after Napoleon's victory over Prussia in 1807, Godoy again steered Spain back onto the French side. Deutsch: Karl IV. When Manuel Godoy, a handsome private in the body guards, became her lover, she contrived to make him the friend of her husband; and she succeeded so well … Napoleon forced both Charles and his son to abdicate, declared the Bourbon dynasty of Spain deposed, and installed his brother, Joseph Bonaparte, as King Joseph I of Spain, which began the Peninsular War. Pierre-Charles d'Espagne et de Portugal Eltern ... ♂ Karl IV von Spanien. He was born in Naples (11 November 1748), while his father was King of Naples and Sicily. Second fils de Charles III et de Marie-Amélie de Saxe, il devient l'héritier du Trône lorsque son frère aîné, Philippe-Antoine de Bourbon (en), fut exclu de la succession en août 1759 pour déficience mentale aggravée. [4] Ferdinand took the throne as Ferdinand VII, but was mistrusted by Napoleon, who had 100,000 soldiers stationed in Spain by that time. [9][10][11][12] His wife died on 2 January 1819, followed shortly by Charles, who died on 20 January of the same year. Anxious to take over from his father, and jealous of the prime minister, Crown Prince Ferdinand attempted to overthrow the King in an aborted coup in 1807. fVZ/VZ. 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Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez, he married. [18] This ill-considered royal decree has been seen as a major factor in the independence movement in New Spain (Mexico). [1] He was called El Cazador (meaning "the Hunter"), due to his preference for sport and hunting, rather than dealing with affairs of the state. (1748–1819), king of Spain, second son of Charles III. Although aimed at undermining the wealth and power of the church, for the wealthy landowning elites, they were faced with financial ruin, since they had no way to make full payment on their mortgaged properties. [19] The decree was in abeyance once Charles and Ferdinand abdicated, but it undermined elite support while in force. 8 Reales Charles IV d’Espagne MEXICO Mexico 1792 (39,mm, 26,73g, 12h) SS MA-Shop Kauf mit Garantie Angebot mit Münzen und Medaillen von der Antike bis zum Euro. Spain could have drawn on its French ally in support against Britain, but the conservative reformer Floridablanca preferred negotiation with Britain and sidestepped being drawn into French politics at the outbreak of the revolution. November 1748; † 19. Born and died at El Escorial, he succeeded his father as King in 1808, but was deposed by, Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez. The couple had fourteen children, six of whom survived into adulthood: King of Spain and the Spanish Empire from 1788 to 1808. The duchy was occupied by the Count Carlo Stampa, who served as the lieutenant of Parma for the young Charles. Die Seite drucken. In Naples and Sicily, Charles was referred to as the Prince of Taranto. remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Stellen Sie eine Frage . Skip to main content. Summoned to Bayonne by Napoleon Bonaparte, who forced Ferdinand VII to abdicate, Charles IV also abdicated, paving the way for Napoleon to place his older brother Joseph Bonaparte on the throne of Spain. The aim of these policies was to create in Spain yeoman farmers, who would pursue their self-interest and make agricultural land more productive. Fils de Charles III et de Marie-Amélie de Saxe, il naquit le 11 novembre 1748 à Portici (Italie) et mourut à Rome le 20 janvier 1819 (à 70 ans). He called for division and sale of public lands, which were held by villages, as well as the swaths of Spanish territory controlled by the Mesta, the organization of livestock owners who had kept grazing lands as an asset for their use. Charles IV (Spanish: Carlos Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno José Januario Serafín Diego; 11 November 1748 – 20 January 1819) was King of Spain from 14 December 1788, until his abdication on 19 March 1808. [2], Charles was the second son of Charles III and his wife, Maria Amalia of Saxony. Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez and died at the Royal Palace of Madrid. They had 2 sons: Ferdinand Des Deux-Siciles and one other child. Metall : Silber. However, after Napoleon's victory over Prussia in 1807, Godoy again steered Spain back onto the French side. Hamilton, Earl J. [16] In an attempt to implement major economic changes, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos, a reformist, Jansenist conservative proposed major structural reform of land tenure to promote the revival of agriculture. Nicht verfügbar. Spain remained an ally of France and supported the Continental Blockade until the British naval victory at Trafalgar, when Spain became allied with Britain. Mariewas born on December 19 1751, in Parma, Italië. He detested his son and heir Ferdinand, who led the unsuccessful El Escorial Conspiracy and later forced Charles's abdication after the Tumult of Aranjuez in March 1808, along with the ouster of his widely hated first minister Manuel de Godoy. Sein Sohn Karl IV. After the declaration, Portugal and Spain signed a treaty of mutual protection against France. + 95. Španělský (cs); Karlo IV, kralj Španije (bs); Carlos IV d'Espanya (an); Charles IV d'Espagne (fr); Karlo IV., španjolski kralj (hr); कार्लोस चौथा (mr); Carlos IV của Tây Ban Nha (vi); Karloss IV (lv); Карло IV од Шпаније (sr); 卡洛斯四世 (zh-sg); Karl IV av Spania (nb); Charles IV of Spain (en); كارلوس الرابع (ar); Carlos IV (br); 卡洛斯四世 (yue); IV. Charles was considered by many to have been amiable, but simple-minded.[2]. Palazón, Juan Manuel Abascal (2010) (in es). Coins with image of Charles IV of Spain, 1798, Count de Floridablanca, painting by Goya ca. Charles had inherited a great frame and immense physical strength from the Saxon line of his mother. Comte d’Espanya i capità general de Catalunya (1827-32). Name der Münzstätte / Stadt : Lima. Charles passed away on month day 1788, at age 72 at death place. In his analysis, the concentration of land ownership and traditions and institutional barriers were at the heart of agriculture's problems. CHARLES IV D ESPAGNE, 1748 - 1819CHARLES IVD ESPAGNE17481819 CHARLES IV D ESPAGNEwas born on month day1748, at birth place. Der Feingehalt beträgt : 896 ‰ Durchmesser : 39 mm. Jovellanos also argued for the abolition of entailed properties (mayorazgos), which allowed landed estates to pass undivided through generations of aristocrats, as well as sale of lands held by the Catholic Church. "Monetary problems in Spain and Spanish America 1751-1800." Hamnett, Brian R. "The Appropriation of Mexican Church Wealth by the Spanish Bourbon Government--The Consolidación de Vales Reales', 1805-1809." The elder brother was set aside as imbecile and epileptic. and his wife Maria Amelia of Saxony, was born at Portici on the 11th of November 1748, while his father was king of the Two Sicilies. Under Charles IV, scientific expeditions continued to be sent by the crown, some of which were initially authorized by Charles III. pg 10–17, The Royal Favorite: Manuel Francisco Domingo de Godoy, Prince of the Peace, "Exorcising Goya's "The Family of Charles IV"", https://historipediaofficial.wikia.org/wiki/Charles_IV_of_Spain?oldid=20086, Carlos Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno José Januario Serafín Diego, Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez, she married her uncle, Born at the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso, she married. Griffin, Julia Ortiz; Griffin, William D. (2007). [3] In 1795 France forced Godoy to enter into an alliance, and declare war on the Kingdom of Great Britain. Humboldt's Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain was a key publication from his five-year travels. [4] Floridablanca avoided war with Great Britain in the Nootka Sound crisis, where a minor trade and navigation dispute off the west coast of Vancouver Island in 1789 could have blown up into a major conflict. Following Napoleon's deposing of the Bourbon dynasty, the ex-King, his wife, and former Prime Minister Godoy were held captive in France first at the château de Compiègne[6] and three years in Marseille (where a neighborhood was named after him). However, in the wake of the war against Republican France, the liberal-leaning Count of Aranda was himself replaced by Manuel de Godoy, a favorite of the Queen and widely believed to be her lover, who enjoyed the lasting favor of the King. [4], In 1788, Charles III died and Charles IV succeeded to the throne, and ruled for the next two decades.

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