8th Royal Irish Hussars

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Friends, Associates Frances Isabella Duberly
Queen Victoria , with Prince Albert and their eldest daughter , reviewed the Eighth Hussars at Portsmouth on their return from the Crimean War. She bowed deeply to FID , though she did not speak to her.
Duberly, Frances Isabella. “Editor’s Introduction”. Mrs Duberly’s War. Journals and Letters from the Crimea, 1854-6, edited by Christine Kelly, Oxford University Press, 2007, p. xi - xlviii.
xxxiii-xxxiv
Intertextuality and Influence Frances Isabella Duberly
The title-page quotes James Beattie and Shakespeare . For dedication, five stanzas from Longfellow addressed to absent friends invoke again members of the Eighth Hussars . FID 's preface declares her intention of reporting the...
Travel Frances Isabella Duberly
The month after Britain and France declared war on Russia (opening the first Crimean War) FID left London with her husband and his regiment (the Eighth Hussars ) heading for Plymouth and thence for Constantinople...
Travel Frances Isabella Duberly
FID embarked in the Jason from the war encampment at Sebastopol, Crimea, to sail a week later with the regiment for winter quarters at Ismid (now Izmit) in Asian Turkey, at the head of...
Travel Frances Isabella Duberly
The Eighth Hussars embarked from Izmit in Turkey, leaving their Crimean War service for England, where they landed at Portsmouth three weeks later. FID was still with them.
Duberly, Frances Isabella. “Editor’s Introduction”. Mrs Duberly’s War. Journals and Letters from the Crimea, 1854-6, edited by Christine Kelly, Oxford University Press, 2007, p. xi - xlviii.
xliii

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