The claims of her majesty Caroline Amerlia Elizabeth, Queen of England, to be crowned with her royal husband King George IV :
Her Majesty's Memorial to the King in Council--the ... appeals of her Majesty's Attorney and Solicitor-General [i.e. Henry Brougham and Thomas Denman] to the Privy Council, embracing a legal and historical review of the coronation of Queens-Consort of England ... also, the speeches of his Majesty's Attorney and Solicitor General [i.e. Sir Robert Gifford and Sir John S. Copley, aft. Lord Lyndhurst], in reply, etc.
|Main Creator:||Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Queen.|
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London : Printed and published by T. Dolby, 1821.
Defective, wanting p. 81 to end.
Physical description: 88 p. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
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|JP 2316||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Joly|