Adelaide, queen of William IV

Standard Name: Adelaide,, queen of William IV
Used Form: Queen Adelaide


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Anthologization Elizabeth Ham
EH anonymously contributed Mabel (a ghost story about a deaf girl) to an anthology, The Remembrance, edited by Thomas Roscoe and dedicated to Queen Adelaide .
This volume also contained work by Felicia Hemans
Dedications Lady Charlotte Bury
It is in large format from John Murray , illustrated with engravings from drawings by the author's late husband , and dedicated to the queen . Subscribers included most of the British royal family, the...
Dedications Harriett Mozley
HM was contemplating publication by 1838, when she talked of dedicating a book to the Queen Dowager, Queen Adelaide .
Tillotson, Kathleen et al. “Harriett Mozley”. Mid-Victorian Studies, Athlone Press, pp. 38-48.
Dedications Caroline Norton
The first page bore an inscription to the then Duchess of Clarence, who very soon afterwards became Queen Adelaide .
Norton, Caroline et al. Selected Writings of Caroline Norton. Scholar’s Facsimiles and Reprints.
Chedzoy, Alan. A Scandalous Woman: The Story of Caroline Norton. Allison and Busby.
Dedications Mary Somerville
MS dedicated her substantial volume to Queen Adelaide with the wish of making the laws by which the material world is governed more familiar to my countrywomen.
Somerville, Mary. On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences. Arno Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Boyle
MB 's sister, Caroline , was appointed a maid of honour to the new queen consort, Queen Adelaide .
Boyle, Mary. Mary Boyle. Her Book. Editor Boyle, Sir Courtenay Edmund, E. P. Dutton; John Murray.
Occupation Fanny Kemble
She toured England, Scotland, and Ireland with the Covent Garden Theatre company, met Walter Scott , and was feted by Lady Morgan in Dublin.
Marshall, Dorothy. Fanny Kemble. Weidenfeld and Nicholson.
In May of 1831 she was presented...
Reception Charlotte Elliott
The Invalid's Hymn Book proved popular, and was re-issued at least seven times by its publisher, John Robertson , sometimes with additional hymns by CE , whose number of contributions increased gradually until it reached...
Reception Mary Somerville
On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences generated a particularly positive reception: it boasted an initial printing of two thousand copies; it ran to at least seven editions and many more re-printings, and was soon...
Reception Mary Somerville
Later that month she received summons to, and attended, Queen Adelaide 's Royal Drawing Room.
Patterson, Elizabeth Chambers. Mary Somerville and the Cultivation of Science, 1815-1840. Martinus Nijhoff.


1831: Queen Adelaide began the Buy British campaign...

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Queen Adelaide began the Buy British campaign to support fashions of British design and manufacture, a practice not strictly upheld by shops.


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