The Prerogatives of a Queen Consort of England, particularly of her ability to make and receive gifts, to sue and be sued, and to hold courts without the King, of its being treason to plot agianst Her life, of the modes of trying Her for offences, and of her ancient revenue of Queen- gold.
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London : printed for William Hone, 1820.
"J. M'Creery, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London."--T.p. verso.
Physical description: 40 p. ; 22 cm.
Citations/References: NUC pre-1956 NP557634