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  1. 20/06/2022 · Lehzen had been a second mother to Victoria, instilling her with stiff, possibly inflexible, standards. By the time Victoria was 15 it was thought she didn’t really need a governess anymore, so ...

  2. Louise of Hesse-Kassel, wife of King Christian IX of Denmark, was a granddaughter of Prince Frederick of Hesse (1747–1837), the brother of the aforementioned Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel. Thus King Christian IX of Denmark and his wife Louise of Hesse-Kassel were second cousins to each other and third cousins to Queen Victoria.

  3. Victoria is a genus of water-lilies, in the plant family Nymphaeaceae, with very large green leaves that lie flat on the water's surface. Victoria amazonica has a leaf that is up to 3 metres (9.8 ft) in diameter, on a stalk up to 8 metres (26 ft) in length.

  4. Marie Louise Victoire von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld (* 17.August 1786 in Coburg; † 16. März 1861 in Frogmore House, Windsor; im Englischen Mary Louise Victoria, Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Duchess of Kent; in deutscher Umgangssprache auch Marie Luise Viktoria) war eine Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld und durch Heirat nacheinander Fürstin von Leiningen und Herzogin von Kent.

  5. 19/08/2019 · Her uncle William IV (1765–1837, r. 1830–1837) became king. Victoria remained relatively isolated, without any real friends, though she had many servants and teachers and a succession of pet dogs. A tutor, Louise Lehzen (1784–1817), tried to teach Victoria the kind of discipline that Queen Elizabeth I had displayed.

  6. Joachim Friedrich Lehzen (1735–1800) Pastor, Vater von Louise Lehzen; Heinrich Hermann Schultz (1836–1903), lutherischer Theologe und Hochschullehrer; Bernhard Baurschmidt (1839–1906), Reichstagsabgeordneter, Oberpräsident in Breslau; Bodo Voigts (1844–1920), Jurist und Präsident des altpreußischen Evangelischen Oberkirchenrats

  7. Victoria del Reino Unido (Londres, 24 de mayo de 1819-isla de Wight, 22 de enero de 1901) fue monarca británica desde la muerte de su tío paterno, Guillermo IV, el 20 de junio de 1837, hasta su fallecimiento, en enero de 1901, mientras que como emperatriz de la India fue la primera en ostentar el título desde el 1 de enero de 1877 hasta su deceso.