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Letters from Egypt

Lady Lucie Duff-Gordon (1821-1869)

1. 001 – Introduction
2. 002 – Memoir
3. 003 – November 11, 1862: Mrs. Austin
4. 004 – November 21, 1862: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
5. 005 – November 30, 1862: Mrs. Austin
6. 006 – December 20, 1862: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
7. 007 – February 11, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
8. 008 – March 7, 1863: Mrs. Austin
9. 009 – March 10, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
10. 010 – April 9, 1863: Mrs. Austin
11. 011 – April 13, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
12. 012 – April 18, 1863: Mr. Tom Taylor
13. 013 – May 12, 1863: Mrs. Austin
14. 014 – May 12, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
15. 015 – May 21, 1863: Mrs. Austin
16. 016 – May 25, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
17. 017 – October 19, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
18. 018 – October 26, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
19. 019 – October 31, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
20. 020 – November 14, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
21. 021 – November 21, 1863: Mrs. Austin
22. 022 – December 1, 1863: Mrs. Ross
23. 023 – December 2, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
24. 024 – December 17, 1863: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
25. 025 – December 27, 1863: Mrs. Austin
26. 026 – January 3, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
27. 027 – January 5, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
28. 028 – January 20, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
29. 029 – February 7, 1864: Mrs. Austin
30. 030 – February 8, 1864: Mrs. Ross
31. 031 – February 12, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
32. 032 – February 19, 1864: Mrs. Austin
33. 033 – February 26, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
34. 034 – March 1, 1864: Mrs. Austin
35. 035 – March 7, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
36. 036 – March 16, 1864: Mr. Tom Taylor
37. 037 – March 22, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
38. 038 – April 6, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
39. 039 – April 7, 1864: Mrs. Ross
40. 040 – April 14, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
41. 041 – May 15, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
42. 042 – May 23, 1864: Mrs. Austin
43. 043 – June 12, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
44. 044 – June 26, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
45. 045 – August 13, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
46. 046 – October 9, 1864: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
47. 047 – October 21, 1864: Mrs. Austin
48. 048 – December 23, 1864: Mrs. Austin
49. 049 – January 2, 1865: Mrs. Austin
50. 050 – January 8, 1865: Dowager Lady Duff Gordon
51. 051 – January 9, 1865: Mrs. Austin
52. 052 – February 7, 1865: Miss Austin
53. 053 – February 7, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
54. 054 – February 7, 1865: Mrs. Ross
55. 055 – March 13, 1865: Mrs. Austin
56. 056 – March 25, 1865: Mrs. Ross
57. 057 – March 30, 1865: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
58. 058 – April 3, 1865: Mrs. Austin
59. 059 – April 3, 1865: Mrs. Ross
60. 060 – April, 1865: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
61. 061 – April 29, 1865: Mrs. Austin
62. 062 – May, 1865: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
63. 063 – June 16, 1865: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
64. 064 – October 28, 1865: Mrs. Austin
65. 065 – November 2, 1865: Mrs. Austin
66. 066 – November 27, 1865: Mrs. Austin
67. 067 – December 5, 1865: Mrs. Austin
68. 068 – December 25, 1865: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
69. 069 – January 3, 1866: Maurice Duff Gordon
70. 070 – January 15, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
71. 071 – February 7, 1886: Mrs. Austin
72. 072 – February 15, 1866: Mrs. Austin
73. 073 – February 22, 1866: Mrs. Ross
74. 074 – February 22, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
75. 075 – March 6, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
76. 076 – March 17, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
77. 077 – March 31, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
78. 078 -April, 1866: Mrs. Ross
79. 079 – April, 1866: Mrs. Austin
80. 080 – May 10, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
81. 081 – June 22, 1866: Maurice Duff Gordon
82. 082 – July 10, 1866: Mrs. Austin
83. 083 – July 17, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
84. 084 – August 20, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
85. 085 – August 27, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
86. 086 – September 21, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
87. 087 – September 21, 1866: Mrs. Austin
88. 088 – October 15, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
89. 089 – October 19, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
90. 090 – October 25, 1866: Mrs. Austin
91. 091 – November 21, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
92. 092 - December 5, 1866: Mrs. Ross
93. 093 – December 31, 1866: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
94. 094 – January 12, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
95. 095 – January 14, 1867: Mrs. Austin
96. 096 – January 22, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
97. 097 – January 26, 1867: Mrs. Austin
98. 098 – February 3, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
99. 099 – March 6, 1867: Mrs. Austin
100. 100 – March 7, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
101. 101 – April 12, 1867: Mrs. Austin
102. 102 – April 19, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
103. 103 – May 15, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
104. 104 – May 23, 1867: Mrs. Austin
105. 105 – June 30, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
106. 106 – July 8, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
107. 107 – July 28, 1867: Mrs. Austin
108. 108 – July 28, 1867: Mrs. Austin
109. 109 – August 7, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
110. 110 – August 8, 1867: Mrs. Austin
111. 111 – September 7, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
112. 112 – October 17, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
113. 113 – October 21, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
114. 114 – November 3, 1867: Mrs. Ross
115. 115 – December 20, 1867: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
116. 116 – January, 1868: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
117. 117 – April, 1868: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
118. 118 – May, 1868: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
119. 119 – June 14, 1868: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
120. 120 – October 22, 1868: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
121. 121 – November 6, 1868: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
122. 122 – January 25, 1869: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
123. 123 – June 15, 1869: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon
124. 124 – July 9, 1869: Sir Alexander Duff Gordon

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Summary

As a girl, Lady Duff-Gordon was noted both for her beauty and intelligence. As an author, she is most famous for this collection of letters from Egypt. Lady Duff-Gordon had tuberculosis, and went to Egypt for her health. This collection of her personal letters to her mother and her husband. By all accounts everyone loved her, and the letters are very personal in style and content. The letters are as much an introduction to her person as a record of her life on the Upper Nile.