The meaning doesn't matter, but the frivolous reader might enjoy the idle chatter of American-born Rafaelle, Duchess of Leinster, married to and separated from her engaging ""Imp"" who just about demolished the family name and fortune - hence the blasting of the dream. Actually, one would guess that Rafaelle's bleak dawns were few as ""impressionable me"" danced away the New York and London seasons in the '30's. First she married poor Clare, a Scot and a TB victim, with his horrid bottle.
by Rafaelle Fitzgerald Leinster and Agnes Raffaelle Kennedy Fitzgerald.
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The Book of the Duchess, also known as The Deth of Blaunche, is the earliest of Chaucer's major poems, preceded only by his short poem, "An ABC", and possibly by his translation of The Romaunt of the Rose. Based on the themes and title of the poem, most sources put the date of composition after 12 September, 1368 (when Blanche of Lancaster died) and before 1372, with many recent studies privileging a date as early as the end of 1368.
Emily Duchess of Leinster.
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recollections of Rafaelle, Duchess of Leinster Published 1971 by Barker in London.
Emily FitzGerald, Duchess of Leinster. Emily FitzGerald, Duchess of Leinster (6 October 1731 – 27 March 1814), known before 1747 as Lady Emily Lennox, from 1747 to 1761 as The Countess of Kildare and from 1761 to 1766 as The Marchioness of Kildare, was the second of the famous Lennox sisters, daughters of Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond (who was illegitimately descended from King Charles II of England) and his wife Sarah Cadogan.
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Duchess of Leinster Marchioness of Kildare Countess of Kildare
Duchess of Leinster Marchioness of Kildare Countess of Kildare. Emily, Duchess of Leinster and her second husband, also received the usual annuity of 400 pounds annually for each of the minor children who lived with her. Thus, Emily and William Ogilvie were probably financially better off than the 2nd Duke, who existed on less than 7,000 pounds annually out of which he had to run two large houses, play a role in Irish politics, and also provide lavish dowries of 10,000 each for three sisters who married.
I romanzi di Wiliam F. Jenkins, alias Murray Leinster, promettono fin dal titolo fantascienza, tutta fantascienza, niente altro . Jenkins, alias Murray Leinster, promettono fin dal titolo fantascienza, tutta fantascienza, niente altro che fantascienza. E chi ne ha letto anche uno solo (dei diciotto pubblicati in Urania dal n. 1 a oggi) sa che cosa significa per questo scrittore mantenere una promessa cos? allettante. Leinster va dritto al suo scopo, che ? di sbattere subito e con tutta naturalezza i suoi personaggi nella pi? fantastica, mostruosa, allucinante delle situazioni, per poi lasciarli l? a sbrogliarsi realisticamente da soli contro, per esempio, la cieca violenza di un nemico alieno che si annida nel fondo del Pacifico.