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Queen of England : Letters to the Princess of Wales

Mary Berry, Journal, 29 May 1814: 'The Princess [of Wales] sent for me at three o'clock. She made Lady Charlotte read to me the letters that had passed between the Queen and her on the subject of the drawing-rooms [i.e. two gatherings, to take place in June 1814, from which the Prince of Wales wished his wife to be excluded]. They were good, but too long, and sometime marked by Whitbread's lack of taste, who dictated them.'

Century: 1800-1849     Reader/Listener/Group: Lady Charlotte      Manuscript: Letter


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