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Lord M, or, The later life of Lord Melbourne.

David Cecil

Lord M, or, The later life of Lord Melbourne.

by David Cecil

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Published by Arrow in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Melbourne, William Lamb, -- Viscount.

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published(B54-13013), Constable, 1954.

    SeriesGrey arrow books
    The Physical Object
    Pagination288p.,ill.,18cm
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20362453M

    But this book is a less "constructed" seeming book than a footnoted biography. Melbourne died at 6 P.M. on He was prime minister from to and from to , He was a character, but not especially admirable in his policies. Lord M., or, The later life of Lord Melbourne by David Cecil. view history/5(2). A superb book recounting the first half of the life of Charles Lamb, later Lord Melbourne and in particular his youth among the great Whig families of 18th century London, his marriage to the lunatic Caroline Lamb, her affair with Lord Byron, and his later maturity/5(7).

    Lady Melbourne's fourth son George (b. ) was widely believed to have been fathered by the prince, who acted as the boy's godfather. Later in life, Lady Melbourne formed a friendship with the poet Lord Byron. She became his confidante during his affair with her daughter-in-law Lady Caroline Lamb. The Young Melbourne and the Story of his Marriage with Caroline Lamb (, biography) The English Poets () Men of the RAF (, with Sir William Rothenstein) Two Quiet Lives (, biography) Poets & Story-tellers (, criticism) Lord M, or the Later Life of Lord Melbourne (, biography) The Fine Art of Reading and Other Literary Born:

    OCLC Number: Description: Seiten: 3 Blätter Illustrationen, 1 Titelbild ; gr. 8: Other Titles: Lord M. or the later life of Lord Melbourne. Lord M: Yes, this is something of a refuge, ma’am. Jace: Lord M is a quiet, but nevertheless dashing guest at the Ball for the Relief of the Spitalfields Weavers. But, as his touch-and-go.


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An excellent biography of William Lamb, later Lord Melbourne (or Lord M. as queen Victoria used to call him) note that this is the second volume.

The first volume is entitled: "The Young Melbourne: And the Story of His Marriage with Caroline Lamb". The author (), himself of an aristocratic background (Lord David Cecil) read 5/5(5). An illustration of an open book.

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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cecil, David, Lord M. London, Constable [] (OCoLC) David Cecil's classic biographies The Young Melbourne (and the Story of his Marriage with Lady Caroline Lamb) and Lord M (or The Later Life of Lord Melbourne) are here published in a single volume, as the author had always intended.

Melbourne, who lived fromwas one of the most curious and charming personalities in England's history.4/5. Lord M's was a brilliant politician but his was a very sad life. I had little knowledge of what he experienced during his youth and later in his old age.

As the mentor of the young queen Victoria, he would have deserved better than this cruel indifference which led to his illness and death/5(47). Lord Melbourne (also known as Lord M to Queen Alexandrina Victoria) was the Prime Minister of England and Victoria's former private was a main character on ITV's Victoria.

Relationship with Victoria. We first see Lord Melbourne in Doll He offers his services as an adviser to Victoria, and at first she ia and Lord Melbourne's relationship becomes strained after.

Lord M., or The Later Life of Lord Melbourne. By David Cecil. (Constable. 21s.) hands Silent, indolent, and inscrutable he lay, a pawn in the eands of fortune.' So ended Lord David Cecil's study, fifteen Years ago, of The Young Melbourne, and they form a fitting close to the Prelude' to the present work.

That was ' a study in the evolution of a character '; the character is now _Mature. with Melbo. Lord Melbourne, in full William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne of Kilmore, Lord Melbourne, Baron of Kilmore, Baron Melbourne of Melbourne, (born MaLondon, England—died NovemBrocket, near Hatfield, Hertfordshire), British prime minister from July 16 to Novemand from Apto Aug He was also Queen Victoria’s close friend and.

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Early life. Born in London in to an aristocratic Whig family, William Lamb was the son of the 1st Viscount Melbourne and Elizabeth, Viscountess Melbourne (–). However, his paternity was questioned, being attributed to George Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont, to whom it was considered he bore a considerable resemblance, and at whose residence, Petworth, Lamb was a visitor until the.

Lord David Cecil,Lord M: The later life of Lord Melbourne, London, Constable. Google Scholar Christopher Hibbert,(ed.), Greville’s England: Selections from the diaries of Charles Greville –, London, The Folio Society. The flirtation between the young Queen Victoria and Lord Melbourne in the hit ITV series had viewers gripped.

But there were many undignified exchanges between the young monarch and her prime. The Young Melbourne and the Story of His Marriage with Caroline Lamb [and] Lord M. or the Later Life of Lord Melbourne. CECIL, Lord David [Edward Christian.

Modern Library's th best non-fiction book of all time, and John F. Kennedy's favourite book.A masterful biography of the life of Lord Melbourne - Queen Victoria's Prime Minister and devoted mentor, and one of England's most controversial statesmen - whose turbulent marriage to Lady Caroline Lamb was one of the greatest scandals of the era.

Loved the 2nd book in Jean Plaidy's Queen Victoria series!!!:D Besides Victoria, Lord Melbourne is one of my favorite characters in the "Victoria" TV show and was excited to read Jean's version of the first 5 episodes of season one and those 3 years Victoria and Lord M were so close.

They really were in love but knew they couldn't be together/5(28). Lord M, or, The later life of Lord Melbourne. by David Cecil, Lord starting at $ Lord M, or, The later life of Lord Melbourne. has 0 available edition to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

Lord Melbourne’s wife (who famously ran off with the poet, Lord Byron) had passed away inshortly followed by the couple’s only son, George Augustus Frederick. Melbourne, William Lamb, Viscount, ; Melbourne, William Lamb, 2d Viscount,   Then, two weeks from now, writer Daisy Goodwin, the woman responsible for breathing new life into 19th century history, sits down with us to offer her take on Lord M .Lord M., or, The later life of Lord Melbourne by David Cecil (Book) Observations on the state of historical literature: and on (Book) Lord Melbourne's papers by William Lamb Melbourne (Book) Lord Melbourne by Dorothy Marshall (Book.