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  1. 01/03/2012 · Emily Lamb, Lady Cowper, was famous for her wit, charm and tact, and exercised great social power, not only as one of the Lady Patronesses of Almack’s, but in her later life as Lady Palmerston, wife of the Prime Minister. It is important to look at her family life to see how she evolved to her subsequent status.

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

    • Emily Lamb, 1787
    • 1869 (aged 81–82)
  3. 18/03/2016 · Emily Lamb, Lady Cowper, was famous for her wit, charm and tact, and exercised great social power, not only as one of the Lady Patronesses of Almack's, but in her later life as Lady Palmerston, wife of the Prime Minister. It is important to look at her family life to see how she evolved to her subsequent status.

  4. Emily, Lady Cowper [Lady Palmerston] (1787-1869) 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).

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

  6. The Countess Cowper (nee the Hon. Emily Lamb) is a historical figure who was a patroness of Almack's. She was born to Peniston Lamb, 1st Viscount Lamb, and his wife the Hon. Elizabeth Milbanke, and she married Peter Clavering-Cowper, 5th Earl Cowper, in 1805. Together they had three sons and two daughters, though the paternity of some is questionable. After Lord Cowper died in 1837, his widow ...

  7. Emily Lamb, Countess Cowper (1787–1869), later Viscountess Palmerston, was a leading figure of the Almack's social set, sister to Prime Minister Lord Melbourne, wife to the 5th Earl Cowper, and subsequently wife to Lord Palmerston.