A memorial to Princess Charlotte of Wales, the overall design being an image of her tomb, including a portrait of the princess and a depiction of her funeral procession directly below. Engraved text within the columns of the tomb provide the details of the procession along with Charlotte’s biography.
Title: [Funeral procession of Princess Charlotte of Wales].
Publication: [London?] : [publisher not identified], 
Song sheet with an etching at top showing Britannia and Prince Leopold mourning at the tomb of Princess Charlotte. Music on two staves with interlinear words. Additional three stanzas in three columns below. Text and music within mourning border.
Creator: Keith, Robert William, 1787-1846.
Title: Britannia mourn! Elegiac verses on the much lamented death of H.R.H. the Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, daughter of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, & consort of His Serene Highness the Prince of Coburg, who departed this life Nov. 6, 1817, in the 22nd year of her age / by the Revd. M. Sibley, and set to music by R.W. Keith.
Publication: London : Published at No. 91, Aldersgate Street, 
“Princess Charlotte (three-quarter length) stands at a table looking into a large (chinoiserie) punch-bowl (right) in which Bonaparte frantically swims towards her, among agitated waves, his large hat floating in the water. The Princess, very mature for her seven years, wears a cap with a jewelled fillet inscribed ‘Ich Di[en]’ in which are three feathers. Round her neck on a rope of pearls hangs an oval miniature of the Prince of Wales. She holds her left fist over the bowl, saying, “There you impertinent boasting swaggering Pigmy, – take that, – You attempt to take my Grandpap’s Crown indeed, and plunder all his Subjects, Fillet you know that the Spirit and Indignation of every Girl in the Kingdom is roused at your Insolence.”–British Museum online catalogue.
Printmaker: Williams, C. (Charles), active 1797-1830, printmaker.
Title: The little princess and Gulliver [graphic].
Published: [London : Pubd Octobr 21st 1803 by S.W.Fores 50 Piccadilly, 21 October 1803]