John Campbell, fifth Duke of Argyll

Standard Name: Argyll, John Campbell,,, fifth Duke of


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Family and Intimate relationships Lady Charlotte Bury
LCB 's father, John Campbell , was a soldier as well as being fifth Duke of Argyll. He was fifty-one at her birth; he died in 1806, apparently after remarrying.
Cokayne, George Edward. The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct, or dormant. Editor Gibbs, Vicary, St Catherine Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Susan Ferrier
The first important position of James Ferrier , SF 's father, was as Writer to the Signet. Later he was appointed Principal Clerk of Session and became estate manager to the Duke of Argyll ...
Family and Intimate relationships Harriette Wilson
Meanwhile her next lover (whom, like the prince, she propositioned by letter) was the first man, she said, with whom she ever fell erotically in love. He represented another step up in society, being the...


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The Gunning sisters arrived in London from Ireland, and created a sensation with their beauty: Maria was aged around seventeen and Elizabeth was a year younger.


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