Catalogue description Serres, Olivia Wilmot: claim to be "Olive, Princess of Cumberland". [Present: Original...
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Serres, Olivia Wilmot: claim to be "Olive, Princess of Cumberland". [Present: Original letters 1810-1825: Biography by Mrs. Serres of her uncle, Dr. James Wilmot, claiming him to be the author of the "Letters of Junius".].
Includes 68 photographs depicting: Treasury Solicitor papers: photographic copies of the original exhibits in the case Ryves and Ryves v the Attorney General. (Must be a very early example of photographs used in this way- not clear whose they are). Dated [1865-1866].
|Note:||See also TS18/48 and see "Princess or Pretender?" by Mary L. Pendered and Justinian Mallett, London, 1939.|
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
|Closure status:||Open Document, Open Description|
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