Prinzenraub

Prinzenraub (the stealing of the princes), name given to an attempt, to satisfy a private grudge of his, on the part of Kunz von Kaufingen to carry off, on the night of the 7th July 1455, two Saxon princes from the castle of Altenburg, in which he was defeated by apprehension at the hands of a collier named Schmidt, through whom he was handed over to justice and beheaded. See Carlyle's account of this in his “Miscellanies.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Printed Paper * Prior, Matthew
Priest
Priestley, Joseph
Prim, Juan
Primrose
Primrose League
Prince Edward Island
Prince of Peace
Princeton
Pringle, Thomas
Printed Paper
Prinzenraub
Prior, Matthew
Priscian
Priscillian
Prismatic colours
Prisoner of Chillon
Privateer
Privy Council
Privy Seal
Probus, Marcus Aurelius
Proclus