Lady Caroline Lamb  

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The Lady Caroline Lamb (13 November 178526 January 1828) was a novelist and British aristocrat. She is most remembered for her tempestuous affair with Lord Byron in 1812.

Her social credentials also included being niece of the Duchess of Devonshire, and cousin (by marriage) of Lady Byron.



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