George Douglas Campbell, eighth Duke of Argyll

Standard Name: Argyll, George Douglas Campbell,,, eighth Duke of


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Family and Intimate relationships Lady Colin Campbell
Each day during this visit, she and her party would meet with the Campbells from Inveraray Castle and join them in hunting and fishing.
Jordan, Anne. Love Well the Hour: The Life of Lady Colin Campbell (1857-1911). Troubador Publishing Ltd.
Lord Colin was the youngest son of the duke and...
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Colin Campbell
Lord Colin Campbell, born on 8 March 1853 to George Douglas Campbell , eighth duke of Argyll, and his wife, born Lady Elizabeth Leveson-Gower ,
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under George Douglas Campbell
“The Late Lord Colin Campbell”. The Scotsman, Scotsman Publications, p. 7.
(19 June 1895): 7
was described...
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Colin Campbell
He had gone to live in India after the divorce trial. He practised at the Bombay bar, and became a captain in the Bombay Rifle Volunteer Corps .
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
34607 (19 June 1895): 9
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Textual Features Mathilde Blind
MB 's fast-moving and lively narrative is couched in an original stanza form consisting of four iambic couplets, of which the last ends in an alexandrine (a line with an extra foot). The life before...
Travel Elizabeth Rigby
She made her way to the Holbein Exhibition at Dresden via Cologne, Brunswick, Leipzig and Berlin. In January 1872 she was in England again, visiting the palatial home (completed in 1855) of...


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