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  1. Emily Temple, Viscountess Palmerston (née Lamb, later Clavering-Cowper; 1787–1869), styled The Honourable Emily Lamb from 1787 to 1805 and Countess Cowper from 1805 to 1839, was a leading figure of the Almack's social set, sister of Prime Minister Lord Melbourne, wife of the 5th Earl Cowper, and subsequently wife of another Prime ...

  2. Emily Mary Lamb, Lady Cowper (and subsequently Lady Palmerston) was born on 21 April 1787. Her legal father was Peniston, first viscount Melbourne (1748-1819); her natural father was probably George O'Brien Wyndham, third earl of Egremont (1751–1837).

  3. 9 de jul. de 2024 · In 1837 Lord Cowper died, and Emily and Palmerston married on 16 December 1839. Lord Palmerston served twice as Prime Minister between 1855 and 1858 and again from 1859 to 1865. Lawrence has depicted the 16-year old Emily Lamb as though in motion, her head turning back towards the viewer.

  4. As a result of her marriage, Emily Mary Lamb was styled as Countess Cowper on 20 July 1805. From 20 July 1805, her married name became Cowper. She died on 11 September 1869.

  5. Born on 21 April 1787 in the family’s Piccadilly home, Emily Mary Lamb was the 5th surviving child of Elisabeth Lamb née Milbanke, the wife of the first Viscount Melbourne, but the identity of her natural father is unclear.

  6. Emily Lamb was one of the foremost political hostesses of her day, and as a member of a political family and the intimate friend and later wife of Lord Palmerston, she was privy to the intrigues of the inner circle of the Whig Party.

  7. Emily, Lady Cowper (1787 – 1869) Emily was the daughter of the infamous Lady Melbourne, whose many affairs clouded the paternity of many of her children, including Emily. Her eldest brother, William, was twice Prime Minister of England. Portrait of Emily Lamb, Countess Cowper, by William Owen. c1810. Source: Christie’s.