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by Lea and Blanchard
Written in English
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedContinuation of the diary illustrative of pdf times of George IV, interspersed with original letters from the late Queen Caroline, the Princess Charlotte, and from various other distinguished persons.
(Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The court of England under George IV.Lady Bury is remembered today largely because of a diary she kept while working for the Princess of Wales, and which first appeared in two volumes in as Diary Illustrative of the Times of George IV.
It was published anonymously by Henry Colburn in London, and .A circumspect, ebook biography of a most unattractive prince, George Augustus Frederick, first ebook of George III — from his birth in to the assumption of the Regency in It is difficult to say which of the early Hanoverians, with the exception of the occasionally effective George III, was more gormless than the next, and which did most for England's constitutional government.