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  • His ruinous behaviour was relayed to Florence by the Electress Palatine.
  • She never became Electress Palatine, since she died before her second husband acquired the electoral dignity.
  • However, her daughter Elisabeth Amalie, later Electress Palatine, converted to Roman Catholicism in 1653.
  • Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, agreed to an audience with the Electress Palatine in December 1711.
  • The Medici were wanting in male heirs; his father, Cosimo III, wanted the Electress Palatine to succeed Gian Gastone.
  • At her death her son Electress Palatine Anna Maria Luisa willed the contents of the Medici properties to the Tuscan state in 1743.
  • Both Ward and Lomas helped ensure that her " Elizabeth, Electress Palatine and Queen of Bohemia " ( 1909 ) appeared posthumously.
  • The next year she reconciled with the grand ducal family, and gave birth to Anna Maria Luisa, future Electress Palatine, in August 1667.
  • The bill promulgated that if Gian Gastone predeceased the Electress Palatine, she should ascend to " all " the states of the Grand Duchy.
  • On 19 February 1743, the Dowager Electress Palatine Anna Maria Luisa de'Medici died, and the Grand Ducal line of the House of Medici died with her.
  • It too ended in an Austrian victory; by the Treaty of The Hague ( 1720 ), Charles swapped Sardinia, which went to the Duke of Savoy, Anna Maria Luisa, Electress Palatine.
  • "' Marie of Brandenburg-Kulmbach "'( born 14 October 1519 in Ansbach  died 31 October 1567 in Heidelberg ) was a Princess of Brandenburg-Kulmbach and by marriage Electress Palatine.
  • "' Elisabeth Auguste of Sulzbach "'( Elisabeth Auguste; 17 January 1721 & ndash; 17 August 1794 ) was the eldest granddaughter of the Elector of the Palatinate Charles IV Theodore, Electress Palatine and later Electress of Bavaria.
  • "' Elizabeth Stuart "'( 19 August 1596  13 February 1662 ) was, as the wife of Frederick V, Elector Palatine, Electress Palatine, and briefly, Queen of Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
  • The palazzo remained the principal Medici residence until the Electress Palatine; on her death, the Medici dynasty became extinct and the palazzo passed to the new Grand Dukes of Tuscany, the Austrian House of Lorraine, in the person of Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Cosimo wrote desperate missives to the Electress Palatine : " I can tell you now, in case you are not informed, that we have no money in Florence . . . " He added that " two or three quarters of my pension are fallen into arrears ."