Delve into the secrets and untold history of the British royal court with these enthralling private journals meticulously kept by one of Queen Charlotte’s ladies-in-waiting.
This volume preserves fascinating memoirs that would have otherwise been lost fragments of history. Charlotte Papendiek was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III, and in this detailed chronicle of her recollections, the intricacies of the Georgian court are revealed. First published in 1887, these complete journals were edited by the writer’s granddaughter and published posthumously.
Read & Co. History is proudly republishing this unique volume featuring a book review from the year of original publication by Charles J. Robinson.