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of Kent, who seems to have been no sooner let
into this grave secret, than he was seized with the CONTENTS. -V 236.
same mania for writing certificates and declarations NOTES: – Dr. Vilmot's Polish Princess, 1 – Erskine's for which all the parties to it are so remarkable ;* "Petition of Peter,”. &c., 3 - Noblesse Oblige, 4 – Ancient a mania which manifested itself in making its vicHeraldry, D.- Serjeant's Robes, 5 - Relic of Charles I. – Tombstone Inscription - Mantel-piece - London In
tims forget their grammar and orthography, spell scriptious: the French Chapel Pulpit Anecdotes " offspring " orfspring; and all alike endeavour to Medical Loyalty The Oldest House in England
hide the mysteries with which they were familiar Burusiana, 5.
under the most transparent veil. Thus we find QUERIES:- Ale at Breakfast Anonymous - DanteW. Elder - Heraldic - Ilchester - Lynch's " Dictionary
Dr. Wilmot cautiously concealing the names of of Illustrious Irish Characters” - “Marium Vice-Præfec. Junius, Lord Shelburne, and Wilkes, under the tus” – Monumental Devices – Naufragium Joculare, or Shipwreck by Drink - "Origines Parochiales Scotia
occult symbols of Ju—*, L—S-ne, J. The Ostrich Feather Badge -- Pope and Cardinals - Quo- W-; while Lord Chatham, in a document in tations wanted - Ring Inscription - Sandys's “Ovid” – which he pledges himself not to betray the Duke
Lost Statues - Sir John Vanbrugh's Plays, 7
of Cumberland's second marriage, writes about Convivial Poems - The Sacred Name "Jah" in the Prayer " the laws against b -y," and the Duke of Kent book – “Give a Dog an ill Name, and Hang him "Beauty, retire!" - The Fluke, 9.
in like manner writes, F -t M -ge" and BEPLIES :- The Evangelistic Symbols, 10– Cleland op "Rl birthright,” for fear anybody should
Cleland, 12 -- Caricature Portraits, 13 – "Honorary Canons, guess he meant “first marriage" and "royal 14 - Horizon - Derby Dolls - Algiers - Church Porches birthright.” -"Nottingham Ale” - The Regimental Kettles of the Janizıries - Prelate mentioned by Gibbon - Anglo-Saxon
But though, in 1815, Lord Warwick announced Guilds - Zoroaster - Feckle: Feck - Spanish Sepulchral to Mrs. Serres that she was the daughter of the Inscription - Rodney Triumphant — "Lasciar fare a Marc
Duchess of Cumberland, he seems very unacAntonio" - Photographic Canard - Quotation - Cursive Hebrew - Lammas Lands — The Moon - Fert: and the countably to have omitted the additional interestArms of Savoy - Mr. and Mrs. Barbauld - Norfolk Wiles ing fact that she was the granddaughter of a - Cealchyth - "The Scotch Language,” and “The Barbarous Dialect of Yorkshire” - Ring in Cake - W. R.
Princess. Strange omission this of Lord WarSpenser - Abracadabra, &c., 15.
wick; but still the fact must have been forgotten, Notes on Books, &c.
for two years after Mrs. Serres had ascertained
her descent from the Duchess of Cumberland, we Notes.
find her, in a pamphlet published in 1817, entitled
Junius, Sir Philip Francis denied, asserting, at p. 6— DR. WILMOT'S POLISH PRINCESS. “Dr. Wilmot was NEVER MARRIED,” and drawThere is one chapter in the Wilmot-Serres ro
ing from that circumstance additional arguments mance which, though slightly touched upon by in favour of his identity with Junius. the Attorney-General in the late cause célèbre,
As far as we have been able to ascertain, Mrs, deserves a few remarks ; one personage who every Serres did not put forth any claim to be a denow and then comes on the scene, "like a shadow scendant from a Polish Princess until 1821, when and so departs,” of whose presence, however, for she made the following announcement in The reasons which will appear hereafter, it is desirable British Luminary, which was understood to be some record should be preserved. I allude to the the Princess of Cumberland's official organ; at Princess Poniatowski, whom Dr. Wilmot is al- which time also she declared her right to the leged to have married, and by whom he is said throne of Poland : to have become the father of the supposed “Dr. Wilmot, in early life, was a Fellow of Trinity Duchess of Cumberland.
College; he was a high-spirited, independent character, This Princess is like Dame Quickly, one "don't of great talent, and the friend and favorite of many of know where to have her.” We first get a glimpse wards King of Poland, was at that time studying at Ox
the young nobility then at Oxford. Stanislaus, afterof her in 1813, in Mrs. Serres' Life of Dr. James ford, and Dr. Wilmot became intimate with him. StanisWilmot (an impudent and foolish attempt to prove laus had a sister living with him (Princess Poniatouski), him the writer of The Letters of Junius), where, which subsisted between the Prince and the Doctor, he was in a note at p. 116, we read
frequently in company with the young Princess; a mu“When the Princess of Poland visited England, Dr. tual attachment took place between them; but the PrinWilmot attended her to the University. She valued our cess was not rich; and they were at length privately author exceedingly during her residence in England, and married. Only a few confidential friends were acquainted invited him to the Court of Poland ; she frequently corresponded with him after her departure from this king * Dr. Smith, the Counsel of Mrs. Ryves, is reported in dom."
The Times of June 2 to have stated that about seventy In 1815 Lord Warwick communicated to Mrs. documents would be produced, containing forty-three Serres the startling and agreeable fact that she signatures of Dr. Wilmot, sixteen of Lord Chatham, was the daughter of the Duchess of Cumberland
twelve of Dunning, twelve of George III., thirty-two of
Lord Warwick, and eighteen of the Duke of Kent. What and not only to Mrs. Serres, but also to the Duke an ingenious mode of keeping state secrets !