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A Thousand Warm Receptions in the North
'A Thousand Warm Receptions in the North', 1823. A court at Holyroodhouse during George IV's Northern Excursion, August 1822. The King, in Highland costume, is rising to kiss a lady; ladies waiting to be presented are grouped on the right; Sir William Curtis, in a very short kilt, is leading forward the next lady to be presented.
- Image ref: 1646113
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)