The Royalist caught up with her at the George IV pub in London for a G&T between appointments.
The usual ceremony of proclamation and salutation announced the accession of George IV.
During the month that elapsed between the death of George IV.
It is amusing to hear the opinion which most foreigners entertain of his majesty George IV.
The ladies danced, and looked as lovely as the court of George IV.
It is now time to turn to the general course of foreign policy during the closing years of the reign of George IV.
They owed their advancement to the especial favour of George IV.
The tradition is that the latter well was drained dry for the supply of the coronation banquet of George IV.
How much we should have been spared had George IV only weighed 15 lbs.
The magnificent reading-room was not constructed until 1855-57, but it became a "felt want" from the time when George IV.