Caroline of Brunswick (17681821)

Caroline of Brunswick, queen of George IV. and daughter of the Duke of Brunswick; married George, then Prince of Wales, in 1795; gave birth to the Princess Charlotte the year following, but almost immediately after her husband abandoned her; she retired to a mansion at Blackheath; was allowed to go abroad after a time; on the accession of her husband she was offered a pension of £50,000 if she stayed out of the country, but rejected it and claimed her rights as queen; was charged with adultery, but after a long trial acquitted; on the day of the coronation sought admission to Westminster Abbey, but the door was shut against her; she died a fortnight after (17681821).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Carnot, Leonard Sadi
Carnot, Marie François
Carnot, Nicolas
Caro, Annibale
Caro, Marie
Carolina, North
Carolina, South
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Caron, Lieutenant-Colonel
Carpaccio, Vittore
Carpeaux, Jean Baptiste
Carpentaria, Gulf of
Carpenter, Mary
Carpenter, William Benjamin
Carpi, Girolamo da
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