In 2006, the Duchess of Argyll lost a bag containing more than $150,000 worth ... as is customary for items that go unclaimed after a certain amount of time). The whereabouts of the ring and earrings are still unknown, …
One of Argyll’s most influential figures has accepted an invitation to join a local tourism body. The Duchess of Argyll will join the board of Argyll and the Isles Tourism Co-operative (AITC) in the role of honorary …
Director William Kerley knew there was already enough camp and melodrama built into the unraveling of 20th century tabloid fixture Margaret, Duchess of Argyll without boldfacing its drama in hot-pink neon. More critical …
Princess Louise was born on 18 March 1848 at Buckingham Palace, she was the fourth daughter and sixth child of Queen Victoria and Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha the Prince Consort. She was baptised with the names …
Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll
But, they tell Jane Dismore, their role today is far from tiaras and titles THE DUCHESS OF ARGYLL Eleanor Cadbury married Torquhil Ian Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll and head of one of Scotland’s most powerful …
Adès’s score is difficult, edgy, and not immediately accessible. The story of Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, is sordid and genuinely tragic. The production, done in flashback from the point of view of the heroine, dares us to …
The Duchess of Argyll lost five pieces of jewellery at Glasgow airport in 2006. They were worth £100,000 between them, and included a diamond tiara. She reported the loss to the police and the Art Loss Register, but over the …
ONE of the problems with marrying a duke who has been married several times is that there are often other duchesses around. In the case of the last duchess of the 11th Duke of Argyll, much of her life was spent in …
Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll
AS the gates of Inveraray Castle creak open for my car, the building before me looks like something straight …
Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll
This portrait was shown at the first-ever Society of Artists exhibition held in London in 1760. It was clearly intended to display both his skill and his theory of portraiture. Elizabeth Gunning was a famous Irish beauty, …
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