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Lowry Egerton Cole Vanity Fair Print 1876


He made a brilliant marriage and unmade a famous one” – Scandalous rake.

Good Looks

Good Looks


Lowry Egerton Cole Vanity Fair Print 1876

Original Vanity Fair Print Lithograph of Viscount Cole with the caption at the bottom of the print: Good Looks

Published: 07-Oct-1876 Signed by: SPY, Leslie Ward . Dimensions approximately 26cm x 38cm.

The accompanying text reveals “He made a brilliant marriage and unmade a famous one”

Viscount Cole, Lord Enniskillen married Charlotte Marion Baird, daughter of wealthy Scottish businessman Douglas Baird and his wife Charlotte Acton, in 1869. The following year he was cited as one of two co-respondents in the case for divorce brought by Sir Charles Mordaunt, 10th Bt., a former M.P., against his wife, Harriet, in which Prince Albert Edward, The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), was called to give evidence. The divorce was denied as Lady Mordaunt was judged to be insane, but was finally granted in 1875 when Cole did not contest the claim that he was the father of Lady Mordaunt’s daughter, Violet (1869–1928), later Marchioness of Bath. Lord Enniskillen died in April 1924, aged 78, and was succeeded in his titles by his second — but eldest surviving — son John. Lady Enniskillen died in 1937

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