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Adelaide, Queen, consort of William IV, King of Great Britain
Born: 1792 August 13
Died: 1849 December 2
Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen. On 13 July 1818 married HRH Prince William, Duke of Clarence, who became King of Great Britain on the death of his brother, King George IV, in 1830.
Works of Art: 0
Wilton, Mary Margaret Stanley Egerton, Countess of
The Art Of Needle-Work, From The Earliest Ages; Including Some Notice Of The Ancient Historical Tapestries. - Edited By The Right Honourable The Countess Of Wilton. - [Epigraph] - London: 1840.
Holman, James Baptiste
A Voyage Round The World, Including Travels In Africa, Asia, Australasia, America, Etc. Etc. From MDCCCXXVII to MDCCCXXXII. By James Holman, R.N. F.R.S. Etc. Etc. - [Epigraph] - Vol. I. (- IV.) - London: 1834. (-1835.)
The Royal Gallery of Pictures, Being A Selection Of The Cabinet Paintings In Her Majesty's Private Collection At Buckingham Palace. Published Under The Superintendence Of John Linnell, Esq. -
- London: 
Lewis's Illustrations of Constantinople made during a Residence in that City &c. in the Years 1835-6. Arranged and drawn on Stone from the original Sketches of Coke Smyth By John F. Lewis.
- London 
Northcote, James, R.A.
Fables, Original And Selected. By The Late James Northcote, R.A. Second Series. Illustrated By Two Hundred And Eighty Engravings on Wood. - London: 
Draft on Messrs Coutts & Co. for £250, signed by Queen Adelaide
25 Oct 1843
Signature of Queen Adelaide
Direction to Princess Sophia