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  1. Harriet Arbuthnot (née Fane; 10 September 1793 – 2 August 1834) was an early 19th-century English diarist, social observer and political hostess on behalf of the Tory party. During the 1820s she was the closest woman friend of the hero of Waterloo and British Prime Minister, the 1st Duke of Wellington.

  2. Harriet Arbuthnot (10 de setembro de 1793 – 2 de agosto de 1834) foi uma diarista, observadora social e anfitriã política do início do século XIX em nome do partido conservador. Durante a década de 1820, foi a amiga mais íntima do herói de Waterloo e o primeiro-ministro britânico, o 1.º Duque de Wellington . [ 1 ]

  3. 12 de jan. de 2015 · In 1814, at the age of 20, Harriet married Charles Arbuthnot, a 46-year-old widower with four children and so began a marriage that catapulted her into what she called ‘the vortex of politics’.

  4. Harriett Arbuthnot (1793-1834) was a diarist and notable political hostess for the Tory party. Marrying Charles Arbuthnot (who was at the heart of British politics as joint Secretary of the Treasury) enabled her to become close friends with Lord Castlereagh and the Duke of Wellington.

  5. 13 de jan. de 2015 · 13 January 2015. Tweet. In 1814, when Harriet Fane married Charles Arbuthnot, one of the joint secretaries of the Treasury, she was catapulted into ‘the vortex of politics’. The Journal of Mrs. Arbuthnot 1820-1832 not only reveals the inner workings of Tory party politics but also demonstrates how upper class women could play a ...

  6. Harriet Arbuthnot (1793-1834), Charles’ second wife, kept one of the most remarkable of all political diaries from 1820 to 1832, published only in 1950. She was a highly intelligent and perceptive woman, close apparently platonic friend of Castlereagh and Wellington and to a lesser extent of Liverpool himself; her editor the 7th Duke of ...

  7. Harriet Arbuthnot. primary name: Arbuthnot, Harriet. other name: (Miss) Fane, Harriet. Details. individual; British; Female. Life dates. 1793-1834. Biography. Daughter of the Hon, Henry Fane of Fulbeck, Lincolnshire; m. Rt. Hon. Charles Arbuthnot, M.P. as second wife in 1814; close friend of the Duke of Wellington.