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People/Characters: Hortense Mancini, duchesse Mazarin

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The Cardinal's Niece, The Story of Marie Mancini by Faith Compton Mackenzie
The Duchess Hortense: Cardinal Mazarin's wanton niece by Bryan Bevan
Five Fair Sisters by H. Noel Williams
Here Lies our Sovereign Lord by Jean Plaidy
The Kings' Mistresses: The Liberated Lives of Marie Mancini, Princess Colonna, and Her Sister Hortense, Duchess Mazarin by Elizabeth C. Goldsmith
Mémoires d'Hortense et de Marie Mancini by ed. Gerard Doscot
The Mazarine Legacy: The Life of Hortense Mancini, Duchess Mazarin by Toivo David Rosvall
Les Mazarinettes: ou, Les sept nieces de Mazarin by Jacques Hillairet
Memoirs by Marie Mancini
Les nièces de Mazarin; études de moeurs et de caractères au XVIIe siècles (French Edition) by Amédée Renée
Les petites Mazarines by Pierre Combescot
Rejected Princesses : Tales of History's Boldest Heroines, Hellions, and Heretics by Jason Porath
Rival Sultanas: Nell Gwyn, Louise dee Kéroualle and Hortense Mancini by H. Noel Williams
Royal Survivor: The Life of Charles II by Stephen Coote
The seven richest heiresses of France by Count de [Guy Jean Raoul Eugène Charles Emmanuel
Some reflections upon marriage by Mary Astell
Uppity Women of Shakespearean Times by Vicki LeonMancini sisters
The Vagabond Duchess: The Life of Hortense Mancini, Duchesse Mazarin by Cyril Hughes Hartmann

Character description

Hortense Mancini, duchesse Mazarin (1646–1699), was one of the famous nieces of Cardinal Mazarin, chief minister of France. They were known at the French court as the "Mazarinettes." He arranged her 1661 marriage to Armand Charles de La Porte de La Meilleraye and gave them the titles duc and duchesse Mazarin. Hortense later ran away from her husband and found her way to England, where she became King Charles II's official mistress in 1676 and made mischief at his court.

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