Burke, John, editor. Burke’s Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage of the United Kingdom. Burke’s Peerage.
George Hamilton Gordon, fourth Earl of Aberdeen
Standard Name: Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gordon,,, fourth Earl of
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The fourth Earl of Aberdeen was her uncle by marriage and the first Duke of Abercorn her uncle by blood.
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ER 's husband, Sir Charles Eastlake , accepted the post of Director of the National Gallery, at the urging of the Prime Minister and Prince Albert .
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
Rigby, Elizabeth. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake. Editor Smith, Charles Eastlake, AMS Press, 1975.
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LI published two biographies of English princesses: of Princess Sophia , daughter of George III (who bore a child to an unidentified father), in 1958, and of Queen Victoria 's daughters in 1982. In 1981...
19 December 1852
George Hamilton Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen , a Peelite, became Prime Minister of a Liberal-Peelite coalition government .
30 January 1855
Public outrage against Lord Raglan , who commanded Britain's forces in the Crimean War, culminated in a Parliament ary inquiry that brought down Lord Aberdeen 's government and enabled various reforms.
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