Fitzroy James Henry Somerset, first Baron Raglan

Standard Name: Raglan, Fitzroy James Henry Somerset,,, first Baron
Used Form: Lord Raglan


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Publishing Ellen Johnston
The Glasgow Examiner published EJ 's poem Lord Raglan 's Address to the Allied Armies.
Johnston, Ellen. Autobiography, Poems, and Songs. William Love.
Publishing Ellen Johnston
The forty-eight patrons and subscribers thanked in the second edition included Queen Victoria , Benjamin Disraeli , Robert Napier , and Lord Raglan , as well as other members of the nobility and the army...
Reception Frances Isabella Duberly
She wrote directly to Lord Raglan on the same topic, an act which drew down upon my head as many hornets, and as much murder, hatred, malice and all uncharitableness as the biggest nunnery of...
Reception Charlotte Yonge
It was praised in the Athenæum, and was the last book read by Lord Raglan before his death in the Crimea the year after its publication.
Hayter, Alethea. Charlotte Yonge. Northcote House.
Frances Isabella Duberly , who read it...
Textual Production Frances Isabella Duberly
Francis Marx toned down a good deal of her criticism of military incompetence in high places, whose deficiencies bore hard on soldiers in the field.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
(By now an official enquiry had been mounted into Lord Raglan
Travel Frances Isabella Duberly
At the end of the month they were off again to encamp at Varna, after Lord Lucan had forbidden FID to accompany the regiment and Lord Raglan had countermanded his order, saying he would...
Travel Frances Isabella Duberly
She was the only officer's wife to go through the whole campaign in proximity to her husband, though plenty of others visited during summer 1855. Months before that, she was annoyed when the United Services...


30 January 1855: Public outrage against Lord Raglan, who commanded...

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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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