Louise, Duchess of Argyll

Standard Name: Argyll, Louise,,, Duchess of
Used Form: Louise, marchioness of Lorne
Used Form: Princess Louise Caroline Alberta
Used Form: Crown Princess Louise


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Family and Intimate relationships Queen Victoria
Princess Louise Caroline Alberta , QV 's sixth child, who was commonly known as Loosy, was born.
Munich, Adrienne. Queen Victoria’s Secrets. Columbia University Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Queen Victoria
QV 's daughter Crown Princess Louise married the Marquess of Lorne (heir to the dukedom of Argyll).
Munich, Adrienne. Queen Victoria’s Secrets. Columbia University Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Colin Campbell
Her marriage launched her into an elevated social circle that included royalty, eminent politicians and prominent literary and artistic figures. The wedding guests included a number of lords and ladies, an earl, two colonels, a...
Friends, Associates George Eliot
Despite her and Lewes's uneven health, they were still able at times to socialise with the likes of Robert Browning , Frederic Leighton , Clara Schumann , Alfred Tennyson , Dean Stanley , J. A. Froude
Friends, Associates Violet Fane
VF made her mark on London's social life. She knew Robert Browning , Algernon Swinburne , Alexander William Kinglake , Alfred Austin , the Duchess of Argyll , James McNeil Whistler , and Lillie Langtry
Occupation Harriet Shaw Weaver
Davies-Colley (who was the first woman to become a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons ) and Chadburn, overwhelmed and over-worked at their Harley Street Women's Hospital , asked HSW to help them lead...
politics Maria Grey
Also known as the Women's Education Union, this organization was inaugurated at the Royal Society of Arts, with Lord Lyttelton as the chair. MG was elected the first chair, but declined that position in...


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