Lady Mary

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List Of Emberverse Characters - Portland Protective Association (PPA)
... she becomes betrothed to Rudi in the events of The Sword of the Lady Conrad Renfrew The Count of Odell, formerly commander of the PPA military and current Lord Chancellor to Regent Arminger ... He is father to Odard Liu and husband of Lady Mary Liu, who is regent of Barony Gervais after her husband's death ... Odard also has problems with his mother, Lady Mary, who is constantly undermining his authority as a baron ...
Lady Mary Fitz William
... Lady Mary FitzWilliam (1851–1921) was the daughter of William Wentworth-FitzWilliam, 6th Earl FitzWilliam and of Lady Frances Harriet Douglas ... Lady Mary was one of eight train bearers at the wedding of HRH Princess Helena's wedding to Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein on 5 July 1866 at Windsor Castle, Windsor ... (1823–1890) named the rose cultivar Lady Mary FitzWilliam in her honor ...
Forms Of Address In The United Kingdom - Gentry and Minor Nobility - Knights
... Sir John Smith Sir or Dear Sir John (Smith) Sir or Sir John Lady (of the Order of the Garter or the Thistle) Lady Mary Smith Madam or Dear Lady Mary (Sm ...
List Of The Tudors Episodes - Episode List - Season 3 (2009)
... Lady Ursula Misseldon arrives at court to wait upon the new queen, and is soon mistress to Sir Francis Bryan ... Lady Mary is threatened with death unless she submits to her father's authority and, under guidance from the Spanish ambassador, reluctantly complies ... ulcerating of his jousting injury, Henry takes a new mistress named Lady Ursula Misseldon in his frustration at the Queen's lack of pregnancy ...
Lady Louisa Stuart - Obituary
... aged 94, Lady Louisa Stuart, youngest daughter of John Earl of Bute K.G ... the prime minister, and the grand-daughter of Lady Mary Wortley Montague ... To this lady we owe the charming Introductory Anecdotes prefixed to the late Lord Wharncliffe's edition of Lady Mary's Works ...

Famous quotes containing the words mary and/or lady:

    A rat eats, then leaves its droppings.
    Hawaiian saying no. 85, ‘lelo No’Eau, collected, translated, and annotated by Mary Kawena Pukui, Bishop Museum Press, Hawaii (1983)

    When Lady Mary Tufton married Dr. Duncan, an elderly physician, Mr. George Selwyn said, “How often will she say with Macbeth ‘Wake, Duncan, with thy knocking—would thou couldst!’”
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)