Time is Too Slow for those who Wait,Too Swift for those who Fear,Too Long for those who Grieve,Too Short for those who Rejoice;But for those who Love,Time is not.
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Or those slightly defective gentlemen from the regency era.
Lord Castlereagh, Robert Stewart 2nd Marquess of Londonderry if Brougham was my ideal then Castlereagh would have built in me the sort of anxiety that only has precedence in the weary heroines in the earliest gothic romance novels. He was a misguided, narrow-minded, inflexible and hard-working fellow who devoted himself entirely to the wrong side of every major issue in his age. Castlereagh was also Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House. This was written of him by Lord Bryon and accepted by all but his party as truth.
Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex was the sixth son of George III. He was mild man who suffered from asthma. He met Lady Augusta Murray while travelling in Italy and the two marry without consent from the king. A year later, the marriage was deemed illegal under the Royal Marriages Act 1772 and annulled in the Prerogative Court but the two continued living together for nearly decade despite it. They had two children whom she retained custody of when they seperated. A year after Augusta's death he married in accordance to Royal Marriages Act, to Lady Cecilia Letitia Buggin. They had no children and he died without a legitimate heir.
Sussex was firm in his liberal opinions, he was a scientist, patron of the arts and collector of books. He was also Queen Victoria's favourite uncle and the one who gave her away at her wedding to Prince Albert.
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