CAROLINE, Queen. 10186

£350

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Document Signed ‘CP’ as Princess of Wales, renouncing in favour of her brother William Duke of Brunswick her share “of Her Royal Highness the late Duchess of Brunswicks Marriage Portion”. 1 page 9 x 7½ inches, mourning border, intgral blank leaf. ‘Black Heath’ in Caroline’s hand, and Montague House, 28 March 1813 Caroline of Brunswick (1768-1821), Queen of George IV. The Duchess of Brunswick, who was living in England, died on 23 March 1813. “This is to signify that I Caroline Princess of Wales do hereby formally renounce in favor of my Brother His Serene Highness William Duke of Brunswick all and whatever Right or Claim I may have to such Share of a certain Sum of Forty Thousand Pounds constituting a Part of Her Royal Highness the late Duchess of Brunswicks Marriage Portion, or of any Other Monies whatsoever vested in Foreign Funds or Elsewhere appertaining to Her said Royal Highness. To the which as One of the Younger Children of Her late Royal Highness I may be entitled, Now or Hereafter. CP”