"The book," complete: being the whole of the depositions on the investigation of the conduct of the Princess of Wales, before Lords Erskine, Spencer, Grenville, and Ellenborough, the four Commissioners of inquiry, appointed by the King, in the year 1806
Spencer Perceval, Great Britain. Royal Commission to Inquire into the Truth of Certain Written Declarations Touching the Conduct of the Princess of Wales
Printed for Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, 1813 - 260 pages
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