THE TRIALS OF THE KING OF HAMPSHIRE: Madness, Secrecy and Betrayal in Georgian England
Neighbor Jane Austen found the 3rd earl of Portsmouth a model gentleman and Lord Byron maintained that, while the man was a fool, he was certainly no madman. Behind closed doors, though, Portsmouth delighted in pinching his servants so that they screamed, asked dairymaids to bleed him and was obsessed with attending funerals. Color illus.
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