Definition of Lady emma hamilton
1. Noun. English beauty who was the mistress of Admiral Nelson (1765-1815).
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Literary usage of Lady emma hamilton
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1. Emma Lady Hamilton from New and Original Sources and Documents: Together by Walter Sydney Sichel (1907)
"... annuity of Twenty Pounds a year when she gives up my adopted daughter, Horatia Nelson Thompson, to the guardianship of my dear friend lady emma hamilton ..."
2. Memoirs of Emma, Lady Hamilton: With Anecdotes of Her Friends and Contemporaries by Walter Sydney Sichel, William Henry Long (1891)
"... the sum of four thousand sterling, interest of which is to be paid to Lady Emma Hamilton, your guardian, for your maintenance and education. ..."
3. The Lone-star of Liberia: Being the Outcome of Reflections on Our Own People by Frederick Alexander Durham (1892)
"It was the lady emma hamilton, sometime mistress to Captain John Willet Payne, afterwards mistress to Sir Harry Fetherstonhaugh ; afterwards mistress to the ..."
4. The Queen of Naples and Lord Nelson: An Historical Biography Based on Mss by John Cordy Jeaffreson (1889)
"... publication of my memoir of the beauty:— (1) ' Funeral expenses of the late lady emma hamilton, as paid by me, Henry Cadogan, at Calais in France, Jany. ..."
5. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1888)
"Amongst the Morrison MSS. is the following bill and receipt for funeral expenses:— " Funeral expenses of the late lady emma hamilton, us paid by me, ..."