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  1. Grace Dalrymple Elliott (Edimburgo, 1754 - Ville-d'Avray, 16 de mayo de 1823) fue una cortesana y espía escocesa residente en París durante la Revolución francesa. Elliott fue testigo de dicho acontecimiento, el cual documentó en sus memorias bajo el título "Diario de mi vida durante la Revolución Francesa" ( Journal of My Life during the ...

  2. Grace Dalrymple Elliott (c. 1754 – 16 May 1823) was a Scottish courtesan, writer and spy resident in Paris during the French Revolution. She was an eyewitness to events detailed in her memoirs, Journal of my life during the French Revolution (Ma Vie sous la Révolution) published posthumously in 1859.

  3. 16 de dic. de 2014 · Grace Elliott, una cortesana entre Londres y París. Lady Grace Dalrymple Elliott (c. 1754-1823) ha pasado a la Historia por ser la autora de una crónica autobiográfica sobre los años de la ...

  4. Elliott was much more than that, however, as she was also a spy, a writer and the subject of fine portraits by Thomas Gainsborough, no less. Born in Edinburgh in 1754, Grace Dalrymple’s real first name was an old Scottish female name, Grissel, which was the name of her mother, Grissel Brown, the daughter of an army colonel.

  5. 1 de dic. de 2022 · 2022 Dec 1. Grace fue una cortesana y espía escocesa que vivió en primera persona el horror de la revolución francesa, siendo especialmente conocida por escribir sus memorias donde relató ...

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  6. 13 de sept. de 2016 · The infamous eighteenth-century courtesan Grace Dalrymple Elliott’s birth has not been recorded, but she was certainly born in Scotland, most likely in Edinburgh around 1754. She was to grow up to achieve a scandalous notoriety due to her divorce and high-profile lovers -- but there was much more to Grace than mere scandal. She was

  7. Edinburgh's Old Town. Grace Elliott (sometimes spelled Elliot or Eliot) lived from about 1755 to 16 May 1823. She was a famous society beauty and courtesan who witnessed at first hand the French Revolution. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline.