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  1. partlydave
    partlydave at |

    Where is the most beautiful woman of the 19th century–Jennie Jerome Churchill, mother of Winston? Google her and you’ll see what I mean.

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  2. mts1
    mts1 at |

    No mention of Lola Montez, or the greatest actress who ever lived, the divine Sarah Bernhardt? How about sharpshooter and sharp looking Annie Oakley from the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show? What a sorry excuse for a list.

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    1. TopTenz Master
      TopTenz Master at |

      There can be only 10, but you certainly name some worthy and beautiful additions.

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  3. ParusMajor
    ParusMajor at |

    Women are awesome. I love women. ALL of you! Except you, my ex-girlfiend. You’re horrible.

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    1. Jenken Jones
      Jenken Jones at |

      Billions of people at the time. Why all white?

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      1. Martin Fierro
        Martin Fierro at |

        you name 10 from he nineteenth century that are not white

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        1. Dr. Matthew D. Zarzeczny, FINS
          Dr. Matthew D. Zarzeczny, FINS at |

          Pleasant list! One I would also note is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pauline_Bonaparte who served as the model for http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_Victrix_%28Canova%29

          You figure someone deemed as the model for a famous statue of the goddess of love must have had something going for her!

          Also if http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Louise_of_Mecklenburg-Strelitz.PNG is an accurate depiction of her, then Prussia’s Queen Louise from about the same period was also quite attractive. Now, if you are excluding women born in the 1700s that lived before the 1800s, then I can understand these ladies’ omission.

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      2. Ã?lvaro
        Ã?lvaro at |

        and also why all British?

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        1. Ifonlystupiditybecamameatumor
          Ifonlystupiditybecamameatumor at |

          They weren’t all British, knuckle-head. I hope you noticed that some of them lived in the south and had strong opinions on slavery.

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