Victoria Mary Louisa, Duchess of Kent

Standard Name: Kent, Victoria Mary Louisa,,, Duchess of
Used Form: Victoire of Leiningen, Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield, Duchess of Kent


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Dedications Ann Hatton
Somebody wrote to The Observer to correct errors printed about AH 's family, and say that she was preparing The Raconteur for publication,
Henderson, Jim. “Ann of Swansea: a life on the edge”. National Library of Wales Journal, Vol.
, No. 1, pp. 1-47.
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that her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent has...
Family and Intimate relationships Queen Victoria
QV 's mother was Victoire of Leiningen, Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield, Duchess of Kent , who came from a strong line of German monarchy.
Thompson, Dorothy. Queen Victoria: Gender and Power. Virago Press.
Longford, Elizabeth. Queen Victoria: Born to Succeed. Harper and Row.
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Munich, Adrienne. Queen Victoria’s Secrets. Columbia University Press.
Victoire was a thirty-year-old widow, with two children...
Friends, Associates Georgiana Chatterton
While spending two summers with her mother at Tunbridge Wells, the young Georgiana Iremonger met with the Duchess of Kent and her daughter (the future Queen Victoria ) almost every day, and spent time...
Occupation Georgiana Chatterton
She was a talented and successful amateur painter, who provided sketches for the illustrations of some of her own books and made gifts of her work to members of the court including the Duchess of Kent
Occupation Queen Victoria
Princess Alexandrina Victoria became patron of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals , along with her mother, the Duchess of Kent .
Munich, Adrienne. Queen Victoria’s Secrets. Columbia University Press.
Reception Mary Somerville
MS attended a private audience with Princess Victoria and the Duchess of Kent .
Patterson, Elizabeth Chambers. Mary Somerville and the Cultivation of Science, 1815-1840. Martinus Nijhoff.
Residence Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
Her new house was one of the first completed on a new estate by builder-entrepreneur Thomas Cubitt . In January 1838, when she and her husband moved in, the area was still green, almost rural...


1824: The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons,...

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The World of Fashion and Continental Feuilletons, a monthly magazine on high culture and fashion, was founded in London by Mr and Mrs Bell .

5 July 1839: Lady Flora Hastings, a lady-in-waiting to...

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5 July 1839

Lady Flora Hastings , a lady-in-waiting to the mother of the young and inexperienced Queen Victoria , died, probably of liver cancer, at Buckingham Palace after being publicly suspected of illicit pregnancy.


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