Authentic and Impartial Memoirs of Her Late Majesty, Charlotte: Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, Containing a Faithful Retrospect of Her Early Days, Her Marriage, Coronation, Correspondence, Illness, Death, Funeral Obsequies, &c. &c. Interspersed with Occasional Anecdotes of the Royal Family, and Other Illustrious Personages. Including Various Interesting and Original Particulars, Never Before Published

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J. Robins and Company, Albion Press, 1819 - Great Britain - 478 pages

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