A correct, full, and impartial report, of the trial of Her Majesty, Caroline, queen consort of Great Britain, before the House of peers; on the bill of pains and penalties; with authentic particulars, embracing every circumstance connected with, and illustrative of, the subject of this momentous event, interspersed with original letters, and other curious and interesting documents, not generally known, and never before published, including, at large, Her Majesty's defence. The whole collected, arranged, and edited by J. H. Adolphus, esq.
|Main Author:||Caroline, Queen, consort of George IV, King of Great Britain, 1768-1821.|
|Other Authors:||Adolphus, John, 1768-1845.|
London, Jones and co., 1820.
> Barone della Francina,
> d. 1841.
Trial August-November, 1820, on a charge of adulterous intercourse with Bartolommeo Bergami.
The frontispiece is "The Queen's entrance into Jerusalem" instead of the "View of the House of lords" called for by the "Directions to the binder"; the portraits of Brougham, Denman and Lord Erskine are wanting and a portrait of Dr. Lushington, dated 1821, has been added.
1 p. ℓ., xviii p., 1 ℓ., 459 p.
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