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Millais, Euphemia Chalmers Gray Lady 1828-1897

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Works: 859 works in 1,237 publications in 2 languages and 5,433 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  Biography 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PR5263, 828.809
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Millais and the Ruskins by Mary Lutyens( Book )
5 editions published in 1967 in English and held by 836 libraries worldwide
Consists largely of letters written by John Ruskin, Euphemia Millais, and John Millais
John Ruskin and Effie Gray; the story of John Ruskin, Effie Gray and John Everett Millais, told for the first time in their unpublished letters by W. M James( Book )
2 editions published in 1947 in English and held by 395 libraries worldwide
The order of release; the story of John Ruskin, Effie Gray and John Everett Millais told for the first time in their unpublished letters by W. M James( Book )
11 editions published between 1947 and 1948 in English and held by 318 libraries worldwide
Effie in Venice by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Book )
3 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 171 libraries worldwide
Effie in Venice : unpublished letters of Mrs John Ruskin written from Venice between 1849-1852 by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Book )
19 editions published between 1965 and 1972 in English and held by 113 libraries worldwide
Venice was just recovering from the 1849 resistance against the Austrians when John Ruskin took his young wife Effie there. Each week Effie wrote to her mother in Perth, telling her of all their doings, and giving a lively pitcure of Venice, and of how people travelled the Continent at the time. The Ruskins returned to London for only eighteen months before setting out for Venice again for the winter of 1851 - 2, and the two series of Effie's letters written on their journeys and while they were there form a complete story. John Ruskin emerges not as the majestic figure of Victorian art and socialolgy, but as a young husband suffering the pangs and joys of marriage - a marriage already crumbling
Autograph letter signed : London, to Mr. Gray by John James Ruskin( Archival Material )
32 editions published between 1847 and 1854 in English and held by 32 libraries worldwide
In reply to Mr. Gray's letter, he must explain why neither he nor Mrs. Ruskin can attend the wedding. With Mrs. Ruskin's feelings and prejudices he scarcely dares to content. He himself has had his "frame weakened and nerves unstrung" by "most of the Disorders human nature is exposed to." Although he continually stays at inns and carries on his business "pretty well," he has not slept in a friend's house in 30 years. If he were unwell she would be merely a hindrance, and if they are to go abroad with the young people, he needs every hour in London he can get. Besides, he thinks it best "to get quietly married & steal away & leave the good folk to talk over it the next day..." But though he will be absent, he will give his daughter-in-law a warm welcome. Though they may not excuse him, at his time of life and with his temperament, he must be prudent in not exposing himself to excitement. As to railroads, he will not sign a proxy sent by Lord Breadalbane, in view of Mr. Gray's letter, though he is "clannish & respectful to Nobility" and assumes that Lord Breadalbane will act honourably. Having only a small stake, he will remain neutral, preferring not to find himself opposed to the majority. If they get enough signatures to shut up on Sunday, by all means let them shut up. At the same time he protests wasting 2/6 on so many proxies when widows and children depend upon dividends
Typed copy of a portion of an autograph letter : [n.p.], to W.H. Harrison by John James Ruskin( Archival Material )
23 editions published between 1855 and 1962 in English and held by 23 libraries worldwide
Noting that Ruskin is nearly well but has not yet left his room. Can Mr. Harrison join a few friends at dinner on Friday? Please say nothing about it to "Mr. Fs" because he and Mrs. R. "are unable for all my customers."
Young Mrs. Ruskin in Venice; unpublished letters of Mrs. John Ruskin written from Venice between 1849-1852 by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Book )
1 edition published in 1965 in English and held by 21 libraries worldwide
Autograph letter signed : [London], to her mother by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Archival Material )
18 editions published between 1840 and 1853 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Written on inside flap of envelope. With the calling card of Charles Paulizza which Effie said she was enclosing in her letter to George (K4)
Autograph letter signed : Fitzroy Square, to Effie by Elizabeth Eastlake( Archival Material )
18 editions published between 1854 and 1855 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Autograph letter signed : Bowerswell, to Rawdon Brown by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Archival Material )
14 editions published between 1853 and 1857 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
Clipping : [n.p.] to C.B. Stuart Wortley by The Daily Telegraph( Archival Material )
13 editions published between 1905 and 1939 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Autograph letter signed : Denmark Hill, to W.H. Harrison by John James Ruskin( Archival Material )
13 editions published between 1851 and 1863 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
Thanking him for information about Mr. Blewitt [a London journalist who has publicized the theft of Effie's jewels]. His son is bored by the whole matter, but John James will bring to his attention what Mr. Harrison has said
Autograph letter signed : Herne Hill, to Rawdon Brown by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Archival Material )
12 editions published between 1852 and 1854 in English and held by 12 libraries worldwide
Briefe aus Venedig by John Ruskin( Book )
1 edition published in 1995 in German and held by 12 libraries worldwide
Autograph letter signed : 7 Cromwell Place, to Mrs. Gray by John Everett Millais( Archival Material )
11 editions published between 1861 and 1876 in English and held by 11 libraries worldwide
Typed copy of a portion of an autograph letter : [n.p.], to W.H. Harrison by John James Ruskin( Archival Material )
10 editions published between 1856 and 1962 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
Thanking him for his inquiries. "Mrs. Ruskin makes no progress but she makes a noble stand looks wonderfully well." Ruskin is at Parma, inspecting frescoes. "My own case is the worst, a very material organ having declined any longer to perform its function without frequent aid which if not given the said organ its displeasure in severe spasms--... pains night & day have taken flesh entirely away & the object now seems to be to get back more strength..." He has seen no exhibition and is not likely to, without more rapid improvement. "I do not know why they sent my sons essays away from Cornhill--They would in the end have done them service--I suspect Smith himself was the Alarmist & 100,000 was too much for his head. When the mag. touches 50,000 or 40,000 they may sight for Unto this Last... I remember weeping on reading Percevals Death--& being disgusted with a sanctimonious Whig friend writing he was glad of it."
Autograph letter signed : Edinburgh, to Mrs. Gray by Andrew Jameson( Archival Material )
10 editions published between 1841 and 1854 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
Saying he is glad to receive her letter after her protracted illness and to hear that they are all so well. He trusts that she also grows daily in grace and in the love of God and faith in His son. Eight ways in which to awake, as Christians, "to our great duties and blessed privileges" [a statement of main tenets of Evangelical faith as governing personal behavior]
Unpublished letters of Mrs. John Ruskin written from Venice between 1849-1852 by Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais( Book )
2 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
Autograph letter signed : 83 Gower Street, to Mrs. Gray by John Everett Millais( Archival Material )
8 editions published between 1853 and 1854 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
 
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Chalmers Gray, Euphemia 1828-1897
Effie Gray britische Malerin
Effie Gray British model
Effie Gray Brits model (1828-1897)
Effie Gray mannequin britannique
Effie Gray modelo británica
Effie Gray nobildonna britannica
Effie Grayová
Effie Millais
Euphemia Chalmers Millais
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Gray, Effie
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Gray, Euphemia 1828-1897
Gray, Euphemia Chalmers
Gray, Euphemia Chalmers 1828-1897
Lady Euphemia Chalmers Gray Millais
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Millais, Effie 1828-1897
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Millais, Euphemia Chalmers Gray 1828-1897 Lady
Millais, Euphemia Chalmers Gray, Lady, 1828-1897
Millais, Lady
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Ruskin E.
Ruskin E. 1828-1897
Ruskin, Effie 1828-1897
Ruskin, Euphemia Chalmers Gray
Ruskin, Euphemia Chalmers Gray 1828-1897
Ruskin J. Mrs
Ruskin J. Mrs 1828-1897
Ruskin, John 1828-1897 Mrs
Ruskin, John, Mrs., 1828-1897
Έφι Γκρέι
Грей, Эффи
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エフィー・グレイ
グレイ, エフィー
艾菲·格蕾
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German (1)
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