Lady Niuhuru

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Consort Xiang - Biography
... Consort Xiang was born of the Manchu Niuhuru clan ... City during the early reign of the Daoguang Emperor and was granted the rank of Noble Lady Xiang (祥貴人) ... In 1823 Lady Niuhuru was promoted to Imperial Concubine Xiang (祥嬪) ...
Empress Dowager Ci'an - As Co-regent For The Tongzhi Emperor
... Lady Niuhuru first agreed to cooperate with the corrupt Manchu official Sushun, but changed her mind after Noble Consort Yi had chosen confrontation ... Records do not explain why there was a difference of 24 hours in the naming of Lady Niuhuru and Noble Consort Yi to the position of Empress Dowager ... It is likely that Lady Niuhuru chimed in on Noble Consort Yi's behalf and that Sushun capitulated in the face of the two women ...
Empress Cijing - Biography - As The Daoguang Emperor's Concubine
... Lady Niuhuru spent her youth in Suzhou ... A year later, during the selections for Daoguang's concubines, Lady Niuhuru was chosen as a potential candidate ... age of 13, she entered the Forbidden City and was given the rank of Noble Lady Quan ...
Niuhuru, The Empress Xiao Zhen Xian - As Co-regent For The Tongzhi Emperor
... Lady Niuhuru first agreed to cooperate with the corrupt Manchu official Sushun, but changed her mind after Noble Consort Yi had chosen confrontation ... Records do not explain why there was a difference of 24 hours in the naming of Lady Niuhuru and Noble Consort Yi to the position of Empress Dowager ... It is likely that Lady Niuhuru chimed in on Noble Consort Yi's behalf and that Sushun capitulated in the face of the two women ...

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