2 edition of priuate diarie of Elizabeth, viscountess Mordaunt. found in the catalog.
priuate diarie of Elizabeth, viscountess Mordaunt.
Mordaunt, Elizabeth Carey viscountess
1856 in Duncairn .
Written in English
|Contributions||Roden, Robert Jocelyn, Earl of, 1788-1870., Macrory, Edmund, 1831-1904.|
|LC Classifications||DA447.M6 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 239 p.|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||15022609|
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Buy The Private Diary Of Elizabeth, Viscountess Mordaunt () by Mordaunt, Elizabeth from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction. MORDAUNT, JOHN, Baron Mordaunt of Reigate in Surrey and Viscount Mordaunt of Avalon in Somerset (–), cavalier and conspirator, born insecond son of John, first earl of Peterborough [see under Mordaunt, Henry, second Earl], and brother of Henry, second earl [q.
v.], was educated in France and Italy. This volume of primary sources focuses on the history of emotions in Europe and its empires between and The study examines the subjects of the self, family and community, religion, politics and law, science and philosophy, and art and culture. Sources include letters, diaries, legal papers, institutional records, newspapers, science and philosophical writings, literature and art.
Mordaunt, Elizabeth Carey, viscountess, The priuate diarie of Elizabeth, viscountess Mordaunt. (Duncairn, ), also by Edmund Macrory and Robert Jocelyn Roden (page images at HathiTrust) Mordaunt, Frederick S: Fair play; a clean honest statement of. MORDAUNT, Sir JOHN (–), general, born inwas eldest son by his first wife of Lieutenant-general Hon.
Henry Mordaunt, M.P., treasurer of the ordnance and colonel of a marine regiment, and nephew of Charles Mordaunt, third earl of Peterborough [q.
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The priuate diarie of Elizabeth, viscountess Mordaunt. By d. viscountess Elizabeth Carey Mordaunt, Edmund Macrory and Earl of Robert Jocelyn Roden. Abstract "Memoir of the Viscountess Mordaunt," signed: from the original ms. and printed at his private press by Edmund of access: Internet.
This four-volume collection of primary sources focuses on the history of emotions in Europe and its empires between and Arranged chronologically, each volume examines the subjects of the self, family and community, religion, politics and law, science and philosophy, and art and culture.
The collection begins with the Reformation in as a key transformative moment in European. 3 The private diarie of Elizabeth Viscountess Mordaunt (ed. Earl of Roden, ) pp 1st Lord Mordaunt to Elizabeth Vere, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Henry Vere and to Miss Joan Wake for the loan of the book.
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5Elizabeth,Viscountess Mordaunt, The Private Diarie of Elizabeth, Viscountess Mordaunt, ed. Rob-ert, first earl of Roden (Duncairn, ), This is a spiritual diary covering the years but it also includes occasional memoirs for the period The earl of Roden's wife, Anne Hamil. Lord Mordaunt went to sea in November and returned on 7 December- the dates are estabilished by the dates of the prayers for him which his wife recorded in her diary: The Diarie of Elizabeth Viscountess Mordaunt priuate diarie of Elizabeth of Roden), pp.
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Katherine was a vampire and toyed with. page note 4 That curious book, the Diaryof Elizabeth, Viscountess Mordaunt, discovered at Tuliymore by the late Lord Roden, and published by him, contains an interesting proof of the regard felt for William Rumbold by the Mordaunts.
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Henrietta Ponsonby, Countess of Bessborough (16 June – 11 November ), born Lady Henrietta Frances Spencer (generally called Harriet), was the wife of Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl of Bessborough; the couple were the parents of Lady Caroline father, John Spencer, 1st Earl Spencer, was a great-grandson of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough.
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Harriet Sarah, Lady Mordaunt (née Moncreiffe; 7 February – 9 May ) was the Scottish wife of an English baronet and Member of Parliament, Sir Charles Mordaunt. She was the respondent in a sensational divorce case in which the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) was embroiled, and after a counter-petition had led to a finding of mental disorder she spent the remaining 36 years of.
Terry Foreman on 27 Feb • Link. Lady Elizabeth Mordaunt () After Elizabeth Pepys's death (10 November ), she and her sister Mrs Stewart ('the ladies in Portugal Row' [on the s. side of Lincoln's Inn Fields]) -- both widows -- became Pepys's close friends.
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In SeptemberEd's plane is shot down over Belgium and he is declared missing in action. He is found by Benedictine monks who hide him. Collected and Transcribed together here since Her Death, Anno Domini (BL Egerton MS ) for Egerton's meditations on childbearing, and The private diary of Elizabeth, Viscountess Mordaunt (Duncairn, ) for Mordaunt's prayers and poems on childbirth.
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Elizabeth Mordaunt was born about in Cople, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England, daughter of Robert Mordaunt and Joan Frowick. She was married to John Bosum, they gave birth to 1 child.
This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. Born in to Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk, and Elizabeth Tilney, She had one sister.
Elizabeth married Thomas Boleyn around and had several children, 3 of which survived into adulthood. Ten years before Anne’s reign, She had a new title, The Viscountess Rochford, and the Countess of Ormond.
Elizabeth Mordaunt An Elizabeth Mordaunt, daughter of Lewis Mordaunt, was christened in Northill 17th September The transcripts of Northill parish register records that an Elizabeth Mordaunt married Edmd.
Mainard on 23rd December although other Latter Day Saints record that it was her Aunt Elizabeth who married an Edward Maynard. Extracts from a private diary with correspondence concerning the formation of the Ottoman Bank.
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BRODRICK, Augusta Mary, Viscountess Midleton, wife of William Brodrick, 8th. Jane Boleyn, Viscountess Rochford (néeJane Parker; c. – 13 February ), was the wife of the Viscount Rochford, brother of Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry had been a member of the household of Henry's first wife, Catherine of is possible that she played a role in the judgments against, and subsequent executions of, her husband and Anne Boleyn.
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the story of her disgrace was told in a book by author Kate Summerscale in 6 The Beecher In DecemberHarriet Moncreiffe, 18, married Sir Charles Mordaunt, and the.Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Elizabeth Vere Mordaunt (unknown–), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing All Saints Churchyard, Turvey, Bedford Borough, Bedfordshire, England ; .