The funeral procession of Queen Caroline, consort of King George IV

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The funeral procession of Queen Caroline, consort of King George IV. Aquatint, 1821. Caroline of Brunswick, Princess of Wales 1795–1820, Queen of the United Kingdom 1820–1821 The route of the procession from Hammersmith to Harwich (before proceeding to Braunschweig) was challenged on the ground by demonstrators and took a circuitous route. Created 1821. Death. Funeral rites and ceremonies. Processions. London (England). Queen Caroline, consort of George IV, King of Great Britain (1768–1821). Work ID: wfmnpak7.

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