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  1. 5 de out. de 2016 · Jean-François de Troy Prince James Francis Edward Stuart 1688–1766 Son of James VII and II, 1701. James I was succeeded by his ill-fated son Charles I, who was executed. Britain and Ireland briefly became republics, but the Stuart family were restored to the three monarchies under Charles II in 16560, who was succeeded by his brother King ...

  2. James Francis Edward, Prince of Wales (the Chevalier de St George, "The King Over the Water", "The Old Pretender" or "The Old Chevalier"; 10 June 1688 – 1 January 1766) was the English son of the soon-to-be-deposed James II of England and Ireland (James VII of Scotland). As such, he claimed the English, Scottish and Irish thrones (as James III of England and Ireland and James VIII of ...

  3. 詹姆斯·弗朗西斯·爱德华·斯图亚特(英语:James Francis Edward Stuart;1688年6月10日-1766年1月1日),威尔士亲王,被辉格党称为老僭王,为英格兰、苏格兰和爱尔兰国王詹姆斯二世和詹姆斯七世与其继室玛丽亚·贝亚特丽切·德斯特之子。他出生后仅数月,其父即因光荣革命被废黜,詹姆斯二世的新 ...

  4. James Francis Edward Stuart (1688-1766) was born to James II (1633-1701) and his second wife, Mary of Modena (1658-1718) on 10 June 1688. His birth was a matter of national controversy. Mary had not conceived in five years, and James had no male heir to continue his Catholic programme in England.

  5. ジェームズ・フランシス・エドワード・ステュアート(James Francis Edward Stuart(あるいはStewart)、1688年 6月10日 - 1766年 1月1日)は、“老僭王”(あるいは、“大僭称者”、The Old Pretender)と呼ばれるイングランド・スコットランドの王位請求者(自称在位:1701年 9月16日 - 1766年1月1日)。

  6. James Francis Edward, Thân vương xứ Wales (James Francis Edward Stuart, kẻ đòi ngôi cũ hay tên gian hùng cũ; 10 tháng sáu 1688 - Ngày 01 tháng 1 năm 1766) là con trai của vị vua bị phế truất James II của Anh (James VII của Scotland) và người vợ thứ 2 của ông, Maria xứ Modena.

  7. Thought to be by the French portraitist François de Troy (1645-1730), this half-length portrait shows the young Catholic claimant to the English throne, Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, pointing towards a group of ships at sea. Commissioned in exile from the chateau Saint-Germain-en-Laye, outside Paris, this gesture alludes to James Jacobite title as the king over the water, and promises ...