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1789-George Washington is coronated as King George I of America in Philadelphia. A new city is planned for the banks of the Hudson River north of New York. The city will be named the Crown District of Washington-on-Hudson. Over the next year varies areas are established as Duchies, viscountships, and Royal Districts. The areas that are not are organized as Crown Districts and put under them monarch's control. The Royal Boundaries Commision draws up the first 110 seats for the House of Representatives. Elections are held later this year and result in the Pro-Monarchy Party (later the Federalists) gaining a majoirty over the Anti-Government block. Various leaders of the revolution and constitutional convention are appointed to various positions. Alexander Hamilton becomes the Duke of New York.
1790-The House of Lords is organized with the above men. Thirty-three men, including Alexander Hamilton, John Hancock, Samuel Huntington, and John Rutledge, make up the house.
1792-Prime Minister Adams calls for elections to be held for 113 seats. His Pro-Monarchy party wins 59 seats, the Jeffersonian Party wins 26 seats, George Clinton's Democratic block wins 14 seats, and 10 MPs sit as independents.
1793-The Federalist Party is formed from the Pro-Monarchy block in the House. The extreme pro-monarchists form the Monarchist Party under Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.
1796-The Viscountship of Philadelphia is dissolved and returned to Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
1797-Prime Minister Adams calls elections for 121 seats in Parliament. Again, the Federalists form the government with the Monarchists.
1799-Napoleon Bonaparte takes control of France. The Second Coalition is ongoing. John Adams retires from the House of Lords and Alexander Hamilton becomes Prime Minister.
1800-Napoleon leaves Egypt and returns to defeat the Austrians in a string of battles.
1801-Britain signs a peace with France. George Washington dies at the Washington House. His will is read that night, and it names John Adams, the first Prime Minister as his successor. Adams is coronated as John I of America later that week. Alexander Hamilton becomes Prime Minister and agrees to hold elections the next year.
1802-Elections for 123 seats are held, and for the first time, the Jeffersonian Party wins a majority of the seats. Thomas Jefferson becomes Prime Minister.
1803-Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla declares a Mexican Empire. The beginning of the War of Mexican Independence.
1805-Horatio Nelson dies from infulenza. The Royal Navy gives battle at Cape Trafalgar against the French/Spanish fleet. The British Fleet was worn down by superior French/Spanish numbers, and Admiral Collingwood was forced to retreat. 20 British ships and 13 French/Spanish ships were lost in the battle. The French begin planning for an invasion of Britain.
1806-French forces throw themselves across the Channel with little resistance from the Royal Navy. French forces establish themselves in the southern portion of the island and begin digging in. In Parliamentry elections in America, Thomas Jefferson's Jeffersonian Party retains its majority in the House.
1807-Treaty of Madrid. The French agree to retreat from England in exchange for a 20 year peace. Britain also cedes Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland to France. Spain cedes Louisiana and West Florida to France under the Treaty of Lyon. France pays R$ 18,000,000 for the area. French ally, America receives the Upper Peninsula of OTL Michigan.
1809-France sells Lousiana Proper to the Kingdom of America. America pays R$ 7,500,000 for the territories. Thomas Jefferson commissions Colonel Arthur Gates to explore the new territory. Thomas Jefferson dies of influenza later in the year. George Clinton becomes Prime Minister and calls elections for the next year.
1810-In elections to the House, the Federalists under Hamilton and the Monarchists under Crown Prince John Quincy win a majority. The Jeffersonian Party breaks into the Republicans and the Democrats with the Democrats more supportive of the monarchy.
1811-Former Prime Minister George Clinton dies. He is replaced by Elbridge Gerry of Massachusets.
1813-Republican Party Leader Aaron Burr disapears from Washington. He reappears two months later leading a rebellion in West Florida against the French. He is arrested and imprisoned by the French. James Madison becomes Republican Party Leader.
1814-Alexander Hamilton retires as Prime Minister and King John I calls for a referendum on the new government of John Marshall. The Federalists are able to win a large plurality and form the new government with the Monarchists. Democratic Leader Elbrdge Gerry steps down and is replaced by William Crawford of Georgia.
1817-Louisiana District is made into the Royal Union of Louisiana.
1819-France sells West Florida and part of the Northeast Lousiana Territory to America for R$ 3,000,000. Prime Minister Marshall is forced to call elections. In the elections his coalition with the Monarchists holds onto a 2 seat majority in the House. The rest of the year is marked by increasingly higher tensions with Great Britain due to their impressment of American sailors into the RN.
1820-Ambassador to France, James Pinckney signs the Paris Accords with France. The Accords are ratified in Parliament later that year. They call for a tighter alliance with France and the preparation to defend North America. Britain takes this act as a step too far and begins preparing an invasion fleet. Troops in Ontario under General Sir Edward Grey begin raiding Quebec in June. In August, a British Fleet under General Lord Arthur Clinton lands in New York and takes the city after a quick, but fierce battle. A fleet under Lord Charles Roath lands near Annapolis and begins advancing on Baltimore. Fort McHenry falls after a two day siege and battle. Lord Roath occupies Baltimore and marches on Philadelphia where he winters. General Clinton marches north and burns Washington-on-Hudson. The King and Crown Prince escape to Boston and Parliament escapes to Albany. Prime Minister Marshall calls for militias to mobilize and collect six thousand men at Albany. The British winter in New York. The British force in Quebec occupies Montreal and routs the French forces in western Quebec.
1821-In mid March, General Grey sallies forth from Montreal and marches south to Albany where he meets General Clinton's army. The two generals siege Albany and after a major battle in June, Parliament and Prime Minister Marshall are captured along with four thousand troops. Lord Roath receives news, in Philadelphia, that a force of Americans is encamped at Harrisburg. Colonel Richard Jackson meets Lord Roath in battle east of Harrisburg. After a running battle, Jackson manages to escape over the Susquehanna and marches south. Lord Roath gives orders for his cavalry to pursue. At the same time, a small force of Britons march out of Baltimore and feint towards the Potomac. An American force encamped there under General Walter Hayes retreats after the General is spooked. They establish themselves in Richmond. Lord Roath pursues Col. Jackson to Fredrick, Maryland where Jackson is forced to give battle. After a fierce, two day battle, Jackson retreats, with less than one thousand men, towards Pittsburgh. Lord Roath, happy with the campaigning season's success marched back and winters in Baltimore. General Grey departs the successful battlefield of Albany and marches east to Boston. After a few skirmishes with American forces, General Grey begins the siege of Boston. King John I and Acting Prime Minister John Quincy sail to New Orleans. During the winter, many of General Grey's men will die due to an extremely bitter winter. General Clinton and his men return to New York City.
The rest of the War of 1820 is coming.