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Aberdeen, Lord, prime minister, xv
Acts of Parliament Against Cruelty to Dogs, xiv, 129
Afghanistan, invasion of, 109; British war in, xviii
Albemarle, Lord, 224n25
Albert, Prince Consort, Anglo-Saxonism and, 50–53; birth of, xiii; on controlling the queen, 227n16; at Crystal Palace opening, 10; death of, xvi, 11, 65, 82–83, 85, 145, 159; dogs of, 135; as "dressmaster" for the queen, 68–70; Duchess of Kent and, 81; Fine Arts Commission and, 215; genealogy, 32, 51–53, 191; Highland dress of, 43–47; as husband of the queen, 8–9; as "Laird Albert," 41, 44, 225n243; managing the monarchical "trade," 10–11; marriage to Queen Victoria, xiv, 171; masculinity of, 42–44, 62–63; masquerades planned by, 26–35; model farms of, 47, 139; as Prince Consort, xvi, 191, 198; religion and, 90; reputation of, in England, 96, 172; as royal clansman, 47; talent for giving parties, 23; tomb of, 89; Trent Episode and, 96
Alexander, Czar, 213
Alexandra of Denmark, "Alix" (daughterin-law of Victoria), Princess of Wales: fashionable dress of, 68; and first visit to Queen Victoria, xvi; in Marcella, 174; marriage of, xvi, 91
Alfred Ernest Albert, "Affie" (son of Victoria), Prince, Duke of Edinburgh: birth of, xiv; death from tongue cancer, xx; marriage to Marie, Grand Duchess of Russia, xviii; photograph by. 93
Alice Mary Maud (daughter of Victoria), Princess, 96, 123, 194; birth of, xiv; death from diphtheria, xviii, 230n29; marriage to Prince Louis of HesseDarmstadt, xvi; photograph of, 93 Almanach de Gotha, 25, 188
Amazon River, 214
Anglo-Saxonism, 50, 51–52, 54; and manhood, 48–49

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Chronology xiii
  • Queen Victoria's Secrets xxi
  • 1: Elements of Power 1
  • 2: Genealogies in Her Closet 23
  • 3: Dressing the Body Politic 55
  • 4: Imperialtears 79
  • 5: Queen of a Certain Age 104
  • 6: Domesticity; Or, Her Life as a Dog 127
  • 7: Petticoat Rule; Or, Victoria in Furs 156
  • 8: Motherhood Excess, and Empire 187
  • Epilogue: Victoria Amazonica 211
  • Notes 223
  • Works Cited 237
  • Index 247
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