Sources and References

I.

I.
I. The early years of the marriage of Princess Luise are described in Luise, Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld, by Paul von Ebart.
2.
Afterwards Queen Victoria's half sister. She married Prince Hohenlohe.

2.

I.
The Feste Coburg, afterwards restored by Duke Ernst II of Saxe‐ Coburg-Gotha.

3.

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Princess Charlotte, daughter of the Prince Regent, married to Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg. Died Nov. 6, 1817.
2.
See notes of a conversation with H.R.H. the Duke of Kent in Brussels. Dec. II, 1817. The Creevey Papers.
3.
These letters, quoted in Sec. 3, were privately printed in The Castle and the Ancient Lordship of Vincy, by Gaston de Lessert, Geneva, 1912.
4.
P.-B. Casgrain, President of the Literary Historical Society, Quebec, 1913.
5.
In a letter to the author, Mar. 23, 1946.
6.
Letter from Major General de Rottenburg to Colonel de Salaberry, Mar. 3, 1819, quoted in Le Bulletin des Recherches Historiques, Quebec, Vol. 19, p. 20.

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Afterwards Duke Ernst II, of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

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The boyhood of Prince Albert is described in The Early Years of the Prince Consort, by Grey.
2.
He had no male heir, so the Saxe-Gotha title was eventually absorbed through his daughter, into the titles of the Dukes of Saxe-Coburg.
3.
These facts concerning the divorce of the Duchess Luise, and the circumstances before and after, are taken from Luise, Herzogin von Sachsen‐ Coburg-Saalfeld, by Paul von Ebart, a veteran of the Coburg Court who had access to the archives. Additional details are from notes made by the author during conversations with Paul von Ebart in Coburg, in 1931.

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