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Adelaide (1792—1849) queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, consort of William IV.



Adelaide Alsop Robineau (1865—1929)

Adelaide Ann Procter (1825—1864) poet and women's activist

Adelaide Borghi-Mamo (1826—1901)

Adelaide Casely Hayford (1868—1960) educationist and author

Adélaïde Concerto

Adelaide Crapsey (1878—1914)

Adelaide Hall (1901—1993) jazz and cabaret singer

Adelaide, HMAS

Adelaide Ironside (1831—1867)

Adelaide Johnson (1859—1955)

Adelaide Kemble (1814—1879) singer and author

Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (1749—1803)

Adelaide Lubbock (1906—1981)

Adelaide Malanotte (1785—1832)

Adelaide Neilson (1846—1880) actress

Adelaide O'Keeffe (1776—1865) poet and novelist

Adelaide Review

Adelaide Ristori (1822—1906)

Adelaide Sophia Hoodless (1858—1910)

Dame Adelaide Baillieu Doughty (1908—1986) politician

Dame Adelaide Lord Livingstone (c. 1881—1970) peace campaigner

Dame Adelaide Mary Anderson (1863—1936) civil servant

Debra Adelaide (b. 1958)

(Elizabeth) Adelaide Manning (1828—1905) social reformer

Evelyn Adelaide Sharp (1903—1985) civil servant

Maria Adelaide Amaral (b. 1942)


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Founded in 1836, the state capital of South Australia has always seen itself as the most ‘English’ and ‘cultured’ of Australia's cities, distinguished by a continuing commitment to theatre in ...

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