Authentick memoirs of the life and conduct of her Grace, Sarah, late Dutchess of Marlborough,
containing a genuine narrative of her Grace's conduct, from her first coming to court, to the death of her Royal Mistress Queen Anne, and ... to Her Grace's death. Likewise all her Grace's letters to the Queen, and her Majesty's answers. To which is prefix'd, the last will and testament of her Grace, from a true copy of the original, lodg'd in Doctor's Commons.
|Main Author:||Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill, Duchess of, 1660-1744.|
|Related Names:||Walker, Robert fl.1729-1758, bookseller, Anne Queen of Great Britain 1665-1714., Hooke, N. 1690?-1763, ed., Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill Duchess of 1660-1744., Marlborough, Sarah Jennings Churchill Duchess of 1660-1744.|
London: : Printed for the proprietors: and sold by R. Walker , in Fleet-Lane., MDCCXLIV. .
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First published in 1742 as An account of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough, which was "written by Nathaniel Hooke on behalf of the duchess" (cf. Lowndes); now, with the addition of a preface (p.[iii]-iv) & the will and codicil (p.5-72), reissued, apparently in parts (in direction lines C1,E1,I1,L1,N1,P1,R1, "No. 2 [-9]." (G1 does not have "No. 4.")) -- Press figure: "3" p. 12,108. -- The frontis. is a port. of the Dutchess; following p. 144 is a port. of the Duke
iv, 5-228p.,  leaves of plates :
ports. (engravings), orn.
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