Georgian Papers Online

Welcome to the catalogue of the Georgian Papers held in the Royal Archives and the Royal Library at Windsor Castle.

This catalogue currently contains descriptions and digitised images of material dating from the reigns of George I to William IV, including personal letters, diaries, account books and records of the Royal Household.

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This catalogue is the product of the Georgian Papers Programme; a partnership between the Royal Archives, Royal Library and King's College London. The Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture and William & Mary are sharing in this work as primary partners for the US.

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Highlights from the collections

Letter from George, Prince of Wales, to Miranda Hamilton, 9 April 1779

Letter from George, Prince of Wales, to Miranda Hamilton, 9 April 1779

Scrapbook featuring samples of fabrics used in the coronation of George IV

Scrapbook featuring samples of fabrics used in the coronation of George IV

Elizabeth Craven writes to George, Prince of Wales, on invisible ink, 1810

Elizabeth Craven writes to George, Prince of Wales, on invisible ink, 1810

Reverend William Buckland on the discovery of dinosaur fossils, 1823

Reverend William Buckland on the discovery of dinosaur fossils, 1823

Report from Captain James Cook aboard HMS Resolution, 1772

Report from Captain James Cook aboard HMS Resolution, 1772

George III on the 'State of Rebellion' of the New England governments, November 1774

George III on the 'State of Rebellion' of the New England governments, November 1774

Plan for a royal illuminination [1760s]

Plan for a royal illuminination [1760s]

George III to his son, Prince Frederick, discussing the behaviour of the Prince and his brothers, 1776

George III to his son, Prince Frederick, discussing the behaviour of the Prince and his brothers, 1776

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