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Memoirs of the Court of George III

Memoirs of the Court of George III

1st Edition

By Michael Kassler
August 18, 2015

George III was one of the longest reigning British monarchs, ruling over most of the English speaking world from 1760 to 1820. Despite his longevity, George’s reign was one of turmoil. Britain lost its colonies in the War of American Independence and the European political system changed ...

Mary Delany (1700–1788) and the Court of George III Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 2

Mary Delany (1700–1788) and the Court of George III: Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 2

1st Edition

Edited By Alain Kerherve
March 01, 2015

Though she failed to become a handmaiden to Queen Anne, Mary Delany went on to become a figure at Court, eventually lodging at Windsor. This new edition of her correspondence during her years at Windsor presents previously unpublished letters as well as applying modern standards of editorial ...

The Diary of Lucy Kennedy (1793– 1816) Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 3

The Diary of Lucy Kennedy (1793– 1816): Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 3

1st Edition

By Lorna J Clark
March 01, 2015

Lucy Kennedy (c.1731–1826), had an insider’sview of life in Windsor castle and of members of the Royal Family for fifty-three years. Her diary, preserved in the Royal Library, Windsor Castle, has never before been published. In it she writes a moving account of the death of Princess Amelia which ...

The Diary of Queen Charlotte, 1789 and 1794 Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 4

The Diary of Queen Charlotte, 1789 and 1794: Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 4

1st Edition

By Michael Kassler
March 01, 2015

Queen Charlotte kept a diary in which she recorded her daily activities as well as those of George III and other members of the royal family. Only her volumes for 1789 and 1794 survive, in the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle. Her 1789 diary shows how the king’s illness and recovery impacted upon ...

The Memoirs of Charlotte Papendiek (1765–1840): Court, Musical and Artistic Life in the Time of King George III Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 1

The Memoirs of Charlotte Papendiek (1765–1840): Court, Musical and Artistic Life in the Time of King George III: Memoirs of the Court of George III, Volume 1

1st Edition

By Michael Kassler
March 01, 2015

Mrs Papendiek’s Memoirs record events at court from 1761 – when the future Queen Charlotte came to England to marry King George – until 1792. The Papendieks knew many musicians, including John Christian Bach (son of Johann Sebastian), William Herschel (who became an astronomer) and Haydn. The ...

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