5 edition of Correspondence of Lady Burghersh [i.e. Countess of Westmorland] with the Duke of Wellington found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by her daughter Lady Rose Weigall|
|Contributions||Weigall, Lady Rose Sophia Mary Fane, 1834- , ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 220 p., 5 leaves of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||220|
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Correspondence of Lady Burghersh [i.e. Countess of Westmorland] with the Duke of Wellington. New York: E.P. Dutton ; London: J. Murray, (OCoLC) Named Person: Priscilla Anne Wellesley Pole Fane Westmorland, Countess of; Priscilla Anne Wellesley Pole Fane Westmorland, Countess of: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book.
Westmorland, Priscilla Anne Wellesley Pole Fane, Countess of, Correspondence of Lady Burghersh with the Duke of Wellington. London: John Murray, (OCoLC) Named Person: Priscilla Anne Wellesley Pole Fane Westmorland, Countess of; Arthur Wellesley Wellington, Duke of; Arthur Wellesley Wellington, Duke of: Material Type.
Get this from a library. Correspondence of Lady Burghersh with the Duke of Wellington. [Arthur Wellesley Wellington, Duke of; Priscilla Anne (Wellesley-Pole) Fane Countess of Westmorland; Rose Sophia Mary Weigall, Lady (Fane)].
Correspondence of Lady Burghersh with the Duke of Wellington [Hardcover] by Rose Sophia Mary (Fane) Lady Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of,Westmorland, Priscilla Anne (Wellesley-Pole) Fane, Countess of,Weigall | 1 Jan Hardcover Paperback £ £.
Wellington broke the news to Henry’s youngest son Gerald, who had been brought up by Kitty after his parent’s divorce, writing – as the historian John Severn remarks – ‘with great care and sensitivity.’ (Correspondence of Lady Burghersh and the Duke of Wellington p ; Severn Architects of Empire p quote on p ).
Correspondence of Lady Burghersh (i.e. Countess of Westmorland) with the Duke of Wellington () ().jpg 1, × 1,; KB Dangan Castle, Near Summerhill, Co. Meath - - jpg × ; KB. LADY ROSE WEIGALL has already given us extracts from her mother's correspondence with Wellington, and from the letters which she wrote from the Continent during the Napoleonic War.
The new book contains selections from her general correspondence, dating most of them from after Waterloo, and carrying us down to the year We heartily commend the growing practice of issuing volumes. Jane Countess of Westmorland, who died 1 September,was one of the Queen's oldest friends and widow of HM's Master of the Horse, the 15th Earl of Westmorland.
She was born Jane Barbara Findlay, 25 Septembera daughter of Lt.-Col. Sir Roland Lewis Findlay, 3rd Baronet, by his wife the former Barbara Joan Garrard. Jane Countess of Westmorland, who died 1 September,was one of the Queen's oldest friends and widow of HM's Master of the Horse, the 15th Earl of Westmorland.
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Moreover, Priscilla claimed, “those who had doubted very soon came to the opinion we all agreed on, that she [Emily] was the most fortunate of women in her marriage.’ (Sweetman Raglan p 49 quotes from a late Memorandum printed in Correspondence of Lady Burghersh with the Duke of Wellington p ).
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