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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 20th April 1840

    Ladies, including good Lehzen, &c - following. The Equerries & several of the Gentlemen rode. When we arrived on Ascot Heath , Ld Kinnaird met us on horseback, & there were a great many people out, who received us very

    Tuesday 8th June 1841

    & she was so dear & good; she never minds seeing strangers. - At 12, we set off for Ascot Heath , Ly Normanby , & Esterhazy driving in the carriage with us, all the others following. It was very

    Tuesday 28th May 1839

    the open carriage with me, the others all following. It was a brilliantly fine day & the scene on Ascot Heath was very pretty. I was very well received. The Races were also very pretty, & the Gd Duke was

    Monday 6th February 1854

    We took a good walk, & in the afternoon a long drive, to a place called King's Ride beyond Ascot Heath , which Albert bought some years ago & rents to the present Solicitor Gen: Something has been added to

    Saturday 17th November 1838

    &c. - I rode " Comus ", who went beautifully, & we rode 20 miles to Swinley , by Ascot Heath , galloping up the race course, & home by the Bagshot road. We rode very hard, & I only

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with saying, that, from all we could learn, the enter- tainment ceacltded much to the satisfaction of all parties. Ascot Heath Races were enlivened on Wednesday by the exhibition of the famous kite-coach, which, drawn by two kites, and managed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and surrounded with a remarkably strong net toiling, full fifteen feet high. This operation took place in sight of Ascot Heath races, so that thousands ivere present upon the occasion. When every thing was prepared, and the stag parading in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moved an address to the king, in consequence of the flagi- tious and treasonable attack on his majesty at Ascot Heath. He adverted to several precedents in favour of such a course; such as the attack on George the Third Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the first day of Ascot Heath Races (Tuesday), and just after their Majesties had witnessed the first race, from the front of the grand stand, a manl dressed like a sailor, threw a large flint stone directly at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leg, and had received a wound, in the service of his country. Starving and destitute, lie had got, on Ascot Heath, a shilling, as charity, which to his own Misfortune, he laid out in drink, and under these circumstances he Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A, 01 January 1713-31 December 1713

    ambassadorial journey to, 120. Ascot (Ascott, Askott, Alcot), co. Berks., horse races at (Queen ' s plates), 468, 469. Ascot Heath , race course on, distance post, weighing post and railings for, 272. Ascough , Mathias, pensioner on the Civil

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Visit of the Queen to Northampton, 1844

    to cheer him on his arrival at the rail- 'way station at Paddington , and on his visit to Ascot Heath f Races he was again applauded by the whole host of Nobles, Thimble.riggers, and Pickpockets who were assembled on Subscribers-only content


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