The landgravine Amalie Elizabeth introduced the rule of primogeniture.
In regard to the "landgravine of Darmstadt," notice these points.
The animal looked up, glided across the body of the man, and made swiftly towards the landgravine.
The virtuous landgravine kept her word, but could effect nothing.
Words like margravine and landgravine prove nothing, being scarcely naturalised.
Here it was the Kur Furst of this; and there the landgravine of that.
And the Landgrave rode quickly over to the landgravine, who was being supported to her carriage.
When all present were duly rejoicing at the Princes birth, the landgravine said, Oh!
She slightly inclined her head, and hastened to the landgravine, for whom she had brought a forgotten handkerchief.
The landgravine greeted me with a kiss, and the others followed her example.