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  • Count William Lewis of Nassau-Siegen, nephew and son-in-law of William the Silent, was chosen stadtholder, and through all the vicissitudes of the 17th and 18th centuries the stadtholdership was held by one of his descendants.
  • Finally, by the revolution of 1748, William of Nassau-Siegen, stadtholder of Friesland (who, by default of heirs male of the elder line, had become William IV., prince of Orange), was made hereditary stadtholder of all the provinces.
  • Veegens, Leven van Jaan Maurits, Graaf van Nassau-Siegen (Haarlem, 1840).
  • SIEGEN, a town of Germany, in the Prussian province of Westphalia, situated 63 m.
  • The town contains two palaces of the former princes of Nassau-Siegen, a technical and a mining school.

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