The Youthful Queen Victoria

Author: Dorothy Julia Baynes,Dormer Creston

Publisher: London : Macmillan

ISBN: N.A

Category: Queens

Page: 428

View: 1831


Queen Victoria's Journals

Author: Reginald Baliol Brett Esher (Viscount)

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 45

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Queen Victoria

Author: Helen Rappaport

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1851093559

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 465

View: 5801


Alphabetically arranged subject entries cover Queen Victoria's life and her sixty-three-year reign, the longest of any female monarch.

Queen Victoria Market

Author: Siu-Ling Hui

Publisher: Wakefield Press

ISBN: 9781862546011

Category: Cooking

Page: 194

View: 2408


This complete guide to the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne, Australia, includes more than 65 recipes from the city’s leading chefs. Also included is guidance on how to shop in each of the food sections and how to ensure the freshest purchases based on tips from the stall holders, professional chefs, fish merchants, farmers, and foodies who frequent this Melbourne institution. Lush color photography and legends and stories from market regulars make this handsome volume as fun as it is useful.

Queen Victoria

Author: Michael Ledger-Lomas

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0191068004

Category: Religion

Page: 368

View: 5442


This biography evokes the pervasive importance of religion to Queen Victoria's life but also that life's centrality to the religion of Victorians around the globe. The first comprehensive exploration of Victoria's religiosity, it shows how moments in her life—from her accession to her marriage and her successive bereavements—enlarged how she defined and lived her faith. It portrays a woman who had simple convictions but a complex identity that suited her multinational Kingdom: a determined Anglican who preferred Presbyterian Scotland; an ardent Protestant who revered her husband's Lutheran homeland but became sympathetic towards Roman Catholicism and Islam; a moralizing believer in the religion of the home who scorned Sabbatarianism. Drawing on a systematic reading of her journals and a rich selection of manuscripts from British and German archives, Michael Ledger-Lomas sheds new light not just on Victoria's private beliefs but also on her activity as a monarch, who wielded her powers energetically in questions of church and state. Unlike a conventional biography, this book interweaves its account of Victoria's life with a panoramic survey of what religious communities made of it. It shows how different churches and world religions expressed an emotional identification with their Queen and Empress, turning her into an embodiment of their different and often rival conceptions of what her Empire ought to be. The result is a fresh vision of a familiar life, which also explains why monarchy and religion remained close allies in the nineteenth-century British world.

An Audience with Queen Victoria

Author: Ian Lloyd

Publisher: The History Press

ISBN: 0750991194

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 288

View: 3374


ONE of Britain’s most famous and longest serving rulers, Queen Victoria saw widespread change across her empire. During her sixty-three-year reign, in which she became one of the most powerful and influential people in the world, Victoria met everyone from Florence Nightingale to ‘Buffalo Bill’, as well as royalty from around the world with whom she exchanged truly unique gifts. After meeting the exalted monarch her subjects often recorded their impressions of her, sometimes favourable and sometimes not, and she wasn’t shy with her opinion either. The records range from her less than enamoured assessment of ‘Greatest Showman’ P.T. Barnum and her opinions about Jack the Ripper, to how much she enjoyed Jane Eyre and the affection she held for her family. An Audience with Queen Victoria examines the meetings and letters exchanged between the Queen and a veritable ‘who’s who’ of her time. Through brand-new archival research, newspapers and interviews with descendants, sit right alongside Victoria and, for the first time, experience queenship from her perspective.