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The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1860., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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An Empress dead. --A brief line in a summary of foreign news announces that the Empress Dowager of Russia is dead. This is the widow of the great Emperor Nicholas, whose bereavement in the spring of 1858, while Russia was involved in her desperate war with the allied powers, made such a sensation throughout the world. Her name as Empress was Alexandra Feodorowna, though before her marriage she was called the Princess Frederika Louisa Charlotta Wilhelmina. She was a daughter of King Frederick William III. of Prussia, and a sister of the present King and the Prince Regent of that kingdom. She was born July 13th, 1798, and was married to Nicholas (then only crown Prince of Russia,) July 13th, 1817. The Emperor Alexander II. is her son, and she leaves also five other children; the Grand Dukes Constantine, Nicholas and Michael; the Grand Duchess Dowager of Louchtenberg; the Grand Duchess Olga, married to Prince Charles of Wartemberg.--The deceased Empress was a woman of noble ch