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George III was one of the longest reigning British monarchs, ruling over most of the English speaking world from 1760 to 1820. Despite his longevity, George’s reign was one of turmoil. Britain lost its colonies in the War of American Independence and the European political system changed dramatically in the wake of the French Revolution. Closer to home, problems with the King’s health led to a constitutional crisis. Charlotte Papendiek’s memoirs cover the first thirty years of George III’s reign, while Mary Delany’s letters provide a vivid portrait of her years at Windsor. Lucy Kennedy was another long-serving member of court whose previously unpublished diary provides a great deal of new detail about the King’s illness. Finally, the Queen herself provides further insights in the only two extant volumes of her diaries, published here for the first time.
The edition will be invaluable to scholars of Georgian England as well as those researching the French and American Revolutions and the history and politics of the Regency period more widely.
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Michael Kassler is an Independent Scholar and Australian Musicologist. His works include Samuel Wesley (1766-1837): A Source Book (with Philip Olleson), Charles Edward Horn's Memoirs of his Father and Himself, Music Entries at Stationers' Hall, 1710-1818 and The English Bach Awakening: Knowledge of J. S. Bach and his Music in England, 1750-1830 Lorna J Clark is Research Adjunct Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at Carleton University, where she specializes in eighteenth- and nineteenth- century literature, early women writers, the history of print culture, the novel as genre and editing. Recent publications include The Court Journals and Letters of Frances Burney (ed. Volumes 3 and 4) (2014). She is the author of Pickering & Chatto's monograph, A Political Biography of Frances Burney (forthcoming). Alain Kerherve is Professeur agrege d'anglais and Maitre de conferences anglais at the Universite de Bretagne Occidentale. His books in the English language include Polite Letters: The Correspondence of Mary Delany (1700-1788) and Francis North, Lord Guilford (1704-1790) and an edition of The Ladies Complete Letter Writer (1763). Peter Sabor is Canada Research Chair in Eighteenth-Century Studies and Director of the Burney Centre at McGill University. He is General Editor of The Court Journals and Letters of Frances Burney and has participated in several Pickering & Chatto publications including The Complete Plays of Frances Burney (General Editor) (1995).Review:
"The text of each volume is very thoroughly annotated, to a high level of accuracy. The overwhelming majority of persons, including servants and tradespeople, are clearly identified...These editions will undoubtedly be of service to historians."
- G.M. DITCHFIELD, University of Kent
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