Emma, Lady Hamilton

Standard Name: Hamilton, Emma,,, Lady


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Friends, Associates Ellis Cornelia Knight
On their previous visit to Naples in 1785, the Knights had met Sir William Hamilton , the British ambassador there, as well as the rulers, Ferdinand and Maria Carolina . On their return to Naples...
Friends, Associates Ellis Cornelia Knight
As her mother had wished, once back in England ECK placed herself under the protection of powerful friends made abroad: Sir William Hamilton (British Ambassador to the court of the Two Sicilies), his wife Emma, Lady Hamilton
Friends, Associates Ellis Cornelia Knight
The rumours continued to plague all those concerned after the Hamiltons and Nelson returned to England (by which time, in fact, Emma Hamilton was pregnant by Nelson ).
Knight, Ellis Cornelia. The Autobiography of Miss Knight. Editor Fulford, Roger, William Kimber & Co.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
ECK mentions dining with the foursome...
Friends, Associates Melesina Trench
Wherever she went on her first European trip she had access to exclusive circles of society. She met Nelson and his mistress, Emma, Lady Hamilton , the writer Antoine de Rivarol , Napoleon's brother Lucien Bonaparte
Occupation William Beckford
WB entertained Nelson and Sir William and Lady Hamilton in fantastic splendour at Fonthill.
Clarke, Stephen. “Abbeys Real and Imagined: Northanger, Fonthill and Aspects of the Gothic Revival”. Persuasions, Vol.
, pp. 93-105.
Publishing Julia Frankau
The last of JF 's art books was The Story of Emma, Lady Hamilton, in two huge folio volumes in white vellum covers patterned with gilt art-nouveau-style decoration.
Dated from the acquisition stamp in...
Residence Julia Frankau
After her marriage JF lived in Weymouth Street, Marylebone, until she and her husband moved back to her former district of Mayfair. Living at 11 Clarges Street was said in the family to have...
Residence Ellis Cornelia Knight
For a while she lived with Sir William and Lady Hamilton after they rented a house in Grosvenor Square, London, from a friend.
Knight, Ellis Cornelia. The Autobiography of Miss Knight. Editor Fulford, Roger, William Kimber & Co.
66, 78
Textual Features Hélène Barcynska
In their love lives each narrowly avoids disaster but only Vista is destined for happiness. Maggy takes as her model Emma Hamilton , the poor girl who became Nelson 's mistress, and dreams of a...
Textual Production Julia Frankau
She followed this with three more art-historical works in biographical form: The Life of John Raphael Smith, 1902, The Lives of James and William Ward, 1904, and a novel or fictional biography on...
Textual Production Norah Lofts
She followed this with further historical studies. After observing everyday conditions in Domestic Life in England, 1976, she turned to the highest level of society in Queens of Britain, 1977.
Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Gale Research.
OCLC WorldCat. http://www.oclc.org/firstsearch/content/worldcat/. Accessed 1999.
NL also...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Ellis Cornelia Knight
ECK relates her experiences at the English and at various European courts, and includes sketches and anecdotes of famous people she knew, including those of an earlier generation like Samuel Johnson and Frances Reynolds ...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Melesina Trench
Her travel journal (and the excerpt given in The Times) records trenchant criticisms of Horatio Nelson and particularly of his mistress, Emma, Lady Hamilton , who failed in several respects to live up to...


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