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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 3rd September 1835

    this place we passed Buckden, the Bishop of Lincoln 's Palace. We changed horses for the last time at Alconbury Hill in Huntingdonshire . We reached Wansford (in Northamptonshire ) at 10 minutes past 5. The heat was intense and

    Thursday 3rd September 1835

    this place we passed Buckden, the Bishop of Lincoln 's Palace. We changed horses for the last time at Alconbury Hill in Huntingdonshire . We reached Wansford (in Northamptonshire ) at 10 minutes past 5. The heat was intense and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FITZWILLIAI'S HOUNDS.-At Wasf.paost Ten. Wednesday .. Nov. 22 ....... tallnwick Pastures; at S to 11. Thursday.... , 23 ....... Alconbury Hill. Saturday ... 25 ....... Barnlwell Iuold; at past 10. THE OAKLEIY HOUNDS.-At quarter before Elesen. Thursday .... Nov. 23 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from. London, and Huntingdon, and back, a distance of over 300 miles, witl -only one hill to speak of,- Alconbury Hill, near Shilton. Over this distance, at all events, cyclists - can - claim to have renewed the old glories Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COAcII AccirnRNT.-Last Wednesday in the afternoOn, tile LEEDS r1nd LONDON UNION COACH 01) its way downwards, was upset between Alconbury Hill and Stil- ton, about threc miles from the latter place, by which accidlent a young man of tire nami Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thes Public arc In o -efthj ther is 7fow published, s.vn ANALvtsri of the, EFeORM AcTj 2 Win. 4th,. fC74&~l a conise iewo theLaw as altered by this Act, anmd 'EL pi1us Index for ithe Use Of 'EL20TOls, OvERmitsgs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL UNION, in 21 Hours, every Evening, (Sundays excepted. at Seven o'Clock, through Pontefract, Doncaster, Retford, Newark, Grantham, .Stamford, Alconbury Hill, Eaton, Biggleswade, Baldock, Ste- venage, Hatfield, and Barnet. to the TiREB Cuss, Alderlgate and the GEoROE AND BLUE BOAR, Subscribers-only content

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