Catalog Record: In Whig society, 1775-1818, comp. from the hitherto unpublished correspondence of Elizabeth, Viscountess Melbourne, and Emily Lamb, Countess Cowper, afterwards Viscountess Palmerston, by Mabell, Countess of Airlie | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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In Whig society, 1775-1818, comp. from the hitherto unpublished correspondence of Elizabeth, Viscountess Melbourne, and Emily Lamb, Countess Cowper, afterwards Viscountess Palmerston, by Mabell, Countess of Airlie.

Main Author: Airlie, Mabell, Countess of, 1866-1956.
Related Names: Palmerston, Emily Lamb Viscountess 1787-1869., Melbourne, Elizabeth Milbanke Lamb Viscountess 1752-1818.
Language(s): English
Published: Longon Hodder and Stoughton 1921
Subjects: Whig Party (Great Britain)
Great Britain > Court and courtiers.
Great Britain > Social life and customs.
Physical Description: 205p.
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