CESAREVICH , or more properly TSESAREVICH, thetitle of the
See also:heir-apparent to the
See also:throne . The full official title is Nasliednik Tsesarevich, i.e . " heir of Caesar," and in Russia the heir to the throne is commonly called simply Nasliednik, the word Tsesarevich never being used alone . Tsarevich, a
See also:form now much used in England, means simply any "
See also:king's son "; it is an antiquated
See also:term now out of use in Russia, and was last
See also:borne as heir to the throne by the unfortunate Alexius, son of
See also:Peter the
See also:Great . The
See also:style of the wife of the tsesarevich is Tsesarevna . The Cesarewitch
See also:race at
See also:Newmarket, founded in 1839, was named after the
See also:prince who was afterwards
See also:Alexander II. of Russia, who paid a state visit to England that
See also:year .
CESAR FRANCOIS CASSINI
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