1034 of 1032 Pages Transcribed

304 Documents

Letters of Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

At the age of 17, Charlotte was selected to be the wife of George III, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, by virtue of her Protestant beliefs and good character. These papers…

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277 of 329 Pages Transcribed

76 Documents

Additional papers relating to George III and Queen Charlotte

1. Papers relating to George III
2. Papers relating to Charlotte, Queen Consort to George III

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720 of 1073 Pages Transcribed

200 Documents

Additional papers relating to William IV and Queen Adelaide

This collection holds a miscellany of papers, mostly letters, that belong to the period before William became King in 1830, when he was still the Duke of Clarence, and some date before his marriage…

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186 of 243 Pages Transcribed

83 Documents

Clayton Papers

Letters primarily from Caroline, as Princess of Wales and Queen, with a few from some of her daughters, to Charlotte, Mrs William Clayton (later Lady Sundon). c. 1716 - c. 1737 [?] and undated.

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441 of 441 Pages Transcribed

117 Documents

Daniell Papers

The bulk of this collection (about 100 letters) is made up of letters written by William, as Duke of Clarence and King, to James William Daniell (1773-c.1855). Many of these letters deal with business…

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33 of 37 Pages Transcribed

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532 of 750 Pages Transcribed

97 Documents

George II

1. Letters and correspondence of George II, 1715-1823
2. Private papers of George II, [1714]-1759
3. Miscellaneous, 1717-[?1769]

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George II Financial Papers

This collection is being transcribed via Transkribus.

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9078 of 8776 Pages Transcribed

163 Documents

George III Essays

These documents are believed to have been created by George III during his schooling and later as King reflecting on various subjects. They comprise both original work - typically in the form of…

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