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Netherlands

  • Frederick Martin
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Willem III., King of the Netherlands, born February 19, 1817, the eldest son of King Willem II., and of Princess Anna Paulowna, daughter of Czar Paul I. of Russia; educated by private tutors, and at the University of Leyden; succeeded to the throne, at the death of his father, March 17, 1819. Married, June 18, 1839, to

Sophie, Queen of the Netherlands, born June 17, 1818, the second daughter of King Wilhelm I. of Würtemberg. Offspring of the union are two sons:—1. Willem, Prince of Orange, heir-apparent, born September 4, 1840; admiral-lieutenant in the navy. 2. Prince-Alexander, born August 25, 1851: captain in the navy

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Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning the Netherlands.

1. Official Publications.

  1. Staats-Almanak voor het Koningrijk der Nederlanden. 1875. Met magtigïng van de regering uit officiele opgaven zamengesteld. 8. ‘S Gravenhage, 1875.Google Scholar
  2. Statistisch Jaarboek voor het Koningrijk der Nederlanden. Uitgegeven door het departement van Binnenlandsche zaken. ‘S Gravenhage, 1875.Google Scholar
  3. Statistiek van den Handel en de Scheepvaart van het Koningrijk der Nederlanden. Uitg. d. h. departement van .Financien. Fol. ‘S Gravenhage, 1875.Google Scholar
  4. Statistische Bescheiden, voor het koningrijk der Nederlanden, le deel, le stuk. Loop der bevolking in 1870. Uitgegeven door het departement van Binnenlandsche zaken. 8. ‘S Gravenhage, 1872.Google Scholar
  5. Report by Mr.Vice-Consul de Bruyne on the trade of the province of Zealand, dated Flushing, September 1873; in ‘Reports from H. M.’s Consuls on the manufactures, &c., of their districts.’ Part I. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  6. Report by Mr. Consul Turing on the trade and commerce of Rotterdam, dated December 31, 1873; in ‘Reports from H.M.’s Consuls on the manufactures, commerce, &c. of their consular districts.’ Part III. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  7. Reports by Mr. Vice-Consul Cohen on the trade of Surinam, dated Surinam, December 3, 1874; in ‘Reports from H. M.’s Consuls.’ Part I., 1875. 8. London, 1875.Google Scholar
  8. Report by Mr. Sidney Locock, Secretary of Legation, on Land Laws and Landed Property, dated The Hague, December 20, 1869; in ‘Reports from H. M.’s Representatives respecting the Tenure of Land in the several countries of Europe.’ Part I. Fol. London, 1870.Google Scholar
  9. Report by Mr. Sidney Locock, Secretary of Legation, on the trade of the Netherlands with Great Britain, during the five years ending December 31, 1871, dated the Hague, July, 1872; in‘Reports of H. M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ No. III. 1872. 8. London, 1872.Google Scholar
  10. Report by Mr. H. P. Fenton, Secretary of Legation, on the commerce and shipping and on the finances of the Netherlands, dated The Hague, February 1874; in ‘Reports of H. M.’s Secretaries of Embassy and Legation.’ No. III. 1874. 8. London, 1874.Google Scholar
  11. Trade of the United Kingdom with the Netherlands; in ‘Annual Statement of the Trade of the United Kingdom with Foreign Countries and British Possessions in the year 1873. 4. Imp. 4. London, 1874.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Allgemcene Statistiek van Nederland. Uitgegeven door de Vereeniging voor de statistiek in Nederland. 8. Leiden, 1869–75.Google Scholar
  2. Beerstecher (L.H.) De staatsinrigting in Nederland. 8. Kampen, 1871.Google Scholar
  3. Heusden (A. Van), Handboek der aardrykskunde, staatsinrigting, staatshuis-houding en statistiek van het koningrijk der Nederlanden. 8. Harlem, 1866.Google Scholar
  4. Staatkundig en staathuishoudkundig, Jaarboekje voor 1874. Uitgegeven door de vereeniging voor de statistiek in Nederland. 23. jaarg. 8. Amsterdam, 1875.Google Scholar
  5. Steyn Parvè (D. C), Overzigt van het handelsverkeer tusschen Nederland en Engeland, ontleend aan Engelsche bronnen en in verband gebragt met do belangen van den vaderlandschen handel. 8. Amsterdam, 1868.Google Scholar
  6. Γydeman (H. W.). De Nederlandsche handelmaatschappij. Bijdrage tot hare geschiedenis en waardeering in verband met het koloniaal beheer. 8. Leiden, 1868.Google Scholar
  7. Verslag van den handel, scheepvaart en nijverheid van Amsterdam, over het. jaar 1874. 8. Amsterdam, 1875.Google Scholar

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