Brighton News Story — 28 January 1811: Chief of police ponders how to address the Prince Regent

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Our High Constable, in consequence of a requisition addressed to him has given notice for a public meeting of the inhabitants to take place on Thursday next at the Town Hall, to consider the propriety of addressing his Royal highness the Prince of Wales, on his having accepted the Regency of the United Kingdom, when a very numerous and respectable assembalge is expected.

From The Sussex Weekly Advertiser, 28 January 1811

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