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Two Months in the Royal Archives, May-June 2017

Posted on: November 10th, 2017 by geoIII No Comments

 By Flora Fraser, GPP Fellow, Researcher and Author Memories of past years I spent researching books in the Royal Archives are crystal clear. I first went in autumn, just before the end of October 1988, when I was to be thirty. I was awed to be climbing the many stone steps inside William the Conqueror’s… Read More »

George I and George II and the Royal Archives: the missing monarchs?

Posted on: November 9th, 2017 by Arthur Burns No Comments

By Dr Andrew Thompson, Queens’ College, Cambridge   George III is the Hanoverian monarch perhaps most frequently associated with the Royal Archives. The king’s own voluminous correspondence forms an important part of the collection and, in the early nineteenth century, his son, as Prince Regent, was instrumental in helping to secure the two collections that… Read More »

The Princess and the Physicians

Posted on: November 2nd, 2016 by geoIII No Comments

By Alice Marples, Research Associate, John Rylands Research Institute. She completed her PhD at King’s College London in 2016. Her thesis is entitled ‘Collecting and Correspondence in the Papers of Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753).  Hidden within some of the early Georgian papers at Windsor Castle is a collection of letters written by the Princess of Wales,… Read More »