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John Brown - Lamont-Brown, Raymond
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2002, ISBN: 9780750927383

Taschenbuch, Gebundene Ausgabe, ID: 1150800006

Exeter: Webb & Bower. Hardback. 240pp. Signed by the editor David Duff. Dust wrapper is heavily faded and ams a few small marks and tiny chips. Green boards are heavily faded to edges. Lower edge of boards are scuffed. Text is clean. Binding is sound. Reading copy only . Hardback. 1980., Webb & Bower, 1980, UK: The History Press, 2002. Paperback. Very Good. 7.8 x 5 x 0.8 inches. Book Description A century after Queen Victoria's death, debate still rages surrounding her relationship with her gillie, John Brown. Were they ever married? What was the extraordinary hold he had over her? This biography aims to shed new light on these questions and to discover the truth behind Brown's hold on his royal employer. Following the death of Prince Albert in 1861, the Queen found solace in the companionship of John Brown, who had commenced his royal employment as a stable hand. He became "The Queen's Highland Servant" in 1865 and rose to be the most influential member of the Scottish Royal Household. While the Queen could be brusque and petulant with her servants, family and ministers, she submitted to Brown's fussy organization of her domestic life, his bullying and familiarity without a murmur. Despite warnings of his unpopularity with her subjects by one Prime Minister, the Queen was adamant that Brown would not be sacked. The Queen's confidence was rewarded when Brown saved her from an assassination attempt, after which he was vaunted as a public hero. The author reveals the names of republicans and disaffected courtiers who related gossip about Queen Victoria and John Brown and their purported marriage and child, and identifies those who plotted to have Brown dismissed. Based on research in public, private and royal archives, as well as diaries and memoirs of those who knew Brown and interviews with his surviving relatives, this text analyzes the relationship between Queen Victoria and Brown. Editorial Reviews Review "...the latest [biography of John Brown] supersedes all previous efforts. It is a work of scholarship and research based on new sources and highly readable...After this excellent biography there is no need for another.' Robert Blake, Sunday Telegraph" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. About the Author Raymond Lamont-Brown has been a freelance writer since 1965 and has written over sixty books, including Edward VII's Last Loves, Royal Poxes and Potions and How Fat Was Henry VIII?., The History Press, 2002

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John Brown: Queen Victoria's Highland Servant (Paperback) - Raymond Lamont-Brown
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John Brown: Queen Victoria's Highland Servant (Paperback) - Taschenbuch

2002, ISBN: 0750927380

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[EAN: 9780750927383], Neubuch, [PU: The History Press Ltd, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|General, Biography & Autobiography|Historical, Biography & Autobiography|Royalty, History|Europe|Great Britain|General, Language: English. Brand new Book. A century after Queen Victoria's death, debate still rages surrounding her relationship with her gillie, John Brown. Were they ever married? What was the extraordinary hold he had over her? This biography aims to shed new light on these questions and to discover the truth behind Brown's hold on his royal employer. Following the death of Prince Albert in 1861, the Queen found solace in the companionship of John Brown, who had commenced his royal employment as a stable hand. He became "The Queen's Highland Servant" in 1865 and rose to be the most influential member of the Scottish Royal Household. While the Queen could be brusque and petulant with her servants, family and ministers, she submitted to Brown's fussy organization of her domestic life, his bullying and familiarity without a murmur. Despite warnings of his unpopularity with her subjects by one Prime Minister, the Queen was adamant that Brown would not be sacked. The Queen's confidence was rewarded when Brown saved her from an assassination attempt, after which he was vaunted as a public hero. The author reveals the names of republicans and disaffected courtiers who related gossip about Queen Victoria and John Brown and their purported marriage and child, and identifies those who plotted to have Brown dismissed. Based on research in public, private and royal archives, as well as diaries and memoirs of those who knew Brown and interviews with his surviving relatives, this text analyzes the relationship between Queen Victoria and Brown.

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A century after Queen Victoria's death, debate still rages surrounding her relationship with her gillie, John Brown. Were they ever married? What was the extraordinary hold he had over her? This biography aims to shed new light on these questions and to discover the truth behind Brown's hold on his royal employer. Following the death of Prince Albert in 1861, the Queen found solace in the companionship of John Brown, who had commenced his royal employment as a stable hand. He became "The Queen's Highland Servant" in 1865 and rose to be the most influential member of the Scottish Royal Household. While the Queen could be brusque and petulant with her servants, family and ministers, she submitted to Brown's fussy organization of her domestic life, his bullying and familiarity without a murmur. Despite warnings of his unpopularity with her subjects by one Prime Minister, the Queen was adamant that Brown would not be sacked. The Queen's confidence was rewarded when Brown saved her from an assassination attempt, after which he was vaunted as a public hero. The author reveals the names of republicans and disaffected courtiers who related gossip about Queen Victoria and John Brown and their purported marriage and child, and identifies those who plotted to have Brown dismissed. Based on research in public, private and royal archives, as well as diaries and memoirs of those who knew Brown and interviews with his surviving relatives, this text analyzes the relationship between Queen Victoria and Brown. History History eBook, The History Press

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2002, ISBN: 0750927380

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The Queen's confidence was rewarded when Brown saved her from an assassination attempt, after which he was vaunted as a public hero. The author reveals the names of republicans and disaffected courtiers who related gossip about Queen Victoria and John Brown and their purported marriage and child, and identifies those who plotted to have Brown dismissed. Based on research in public, private and royal archives, as well as diaries and memoirs of those who knew Brown and interviews with his surviving relatives, this text analyzes the relationship between Queen Victoria and Brown.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780750927383
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0750927380
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: The History Press
Gewicht: 0,295 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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