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Queenship in Britain 1660-1837: Royal Patronage, Court Culture and Dynastic Politics

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Queenship in Britain 1660-1837 looks at the lives of successive Queens, Princesses of Wales and royal daughters, and considers how they used their powers of patronage and operated within the confines of royal family politics. With contributions from an international group of scholars this book brings together new approaches in gender history and court studies to present a ...more
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Published August 15th 2010 by Manchester University Press (first published June 15th 2002)
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