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  1. Elizabeth Georgiana Campbell, Duchess of Argyll CI VA (née Leveson-Gower; 30 May 1824 – 25 May 1878) was a British noblewoman and abolitionist. Born into the wealthy Sutherland-Leveson-Gower family, she was the eldest daughter of the 2nd Duke of Sutherland by his wife, the political hostess Lady Harriet Howard .

  2. Elizabeth Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, 1st Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon (c. December 1733 – 20 December 1790), earlier Elizabeth Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton, née Gunning, was a celebrated Anglo-Irish beauty, lady-in-waiting to Queen Charlotte, and society hostess.

  3. 22 de abr. de 2022 · In 1963, a judge dissolved the marriage of the aristocratic Duke and Duchess of Argyll, condemning the latter as a promiscuous woman with a “debased sexual appetite.”

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  4. Elizabeth Georgiana Campbell, duquesa de Argyll CI VA (de soltera Leveson-Gower; 30 de mayo de 1824-25 de mayo de 1878) fue una noble británica y abolicionista. Nacida en la rica familia Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, era la hija mayor del segundo duque de Sutherland de su esposa, la presentadora política Lady Harriet Howard .

  5. 22 de abr. de 2022 · Ian Campbell, 11th Duke of Argyll, was chief of Clan Campbell, historically one of Scotland's largest and most powerful clans. He presided over the duchy from Inveraray Castle, the family...

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  6. Elizabeth Campbell, Duchess of Argyll and Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon primary name: Campbell, Elizabeth other name: (Baroness) Hamilton of Hameldon

  7. 20 de may. de 2024 · Elizabeth Campbell, duchess of Argyll and baroness Hamilton of Hameldon, c.1755. Gavin Hamilton (1723 - 1798) RA Collection: Art. This print is part of the 'British School II' album, which originally contained 170 prints published between around 1713 and 1810. A significant number (around 15-20) have since been removed.