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LEIBNIZ TO QUEEN CAROLINE,
It is characteristic of the way in which historians
Wilkins, William Henry. Caroline, the illustrious queenconsort of George II. and sometime queen-regent; a study of her life and time.
London & N. Y. Longmans 1901. 2v. portraits, plates, facsim. 0. 368. An authoritative biography of Caroline, 1683–1737, by the author of the life of George Il's mother, entitled: "The love of an uncrowned queen"; from Hanoverian archives, etc., especially valuable for the period before 1714, and its light on the Hanoverian court, particularly the Electress Sophia, also for its gossip concerning the courts of Georges I and II, and the queen's relations with Walpole Eng. Hist. R. 17:586 (B. Williams); Ath. 1902, 1:71; Acad. 62:80.
W. DAWSON JOHNSTON, Nov. 1902.
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