A second letter from the king to his people.
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London : Printed for William Sams, 1821.
Earlier editions have sometimes been attributed to John Wilson Croker, author of A letter from the King to his people.
Written in the form of a letter from George IV on the subject of his separation from Queen Caroline.
"The second assumption of the name of His Majesty has been noticed by the author of "A letter from the King to his people" : and as it appears the object of his remark to establish a distinction between that production, and "A second letter from the King to his people" it is here expressly stated that the latter is from the pen of another individual"-- Note to the 8th ed. London : Printed for W. Sams, 1821.
Appendix: No. 1. The Queen's letter to the King. No. 2. Letter of Lord Liverpool to the Princess of Wales, dated the 28th of July, 1814.
With: A letter from the king to his people / John Wilson Croker. London : ... W. Sams, [1820?]
Physical description: , 64 p. ; 22 cm.
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