Princess Sophia Dorothea: Correspondence with Count Philip Christopher Graf von Knigsmark 1888-c. 1909 (mainly transcripts of originals of 1690)

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Princess Sophia Dorothea: Correspondence with Count Philip Christopher Graf von Knigsmark 1888-c. 1909 (mainly transcripts of originals of 1690)

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Princess Sophia Dorothea of Celle (1666-1726) married George Lewis, the future King George I, on 21 November 1682. She bore him two children, including the future George II, but their relationship cooled, and she was accused of intriguing with Count Philip Christopher Graf von Knigsmark (1665-1694), a member of the Swedish nobility and an adventurer. Knigsmark disappeared on 1 July 1694 and was never seen again. Subsequently, George divorced Sophia, who was held as a prisoner at Ahl...