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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    one bottle, and other feats of the same wondrous kind, which earned him the official approbation of Royalty at Balmoral Castle. SADLER'S WELLS THEATRE was graced by no novelty, unless it be a novelty to witness Shakespeare at Easter. The Subscribers-only content

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    Friday next, prorogue Parliament in person. The 'Perth Courier' says: Her Majesty and Royal family are not expected at Balmoral Castle itntil the end of August. It is not yet determined whether the royal party will proceed first to Dunrobin Subscribers-only content

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    The flames were discovered a little after midday, and as the cottages were situated only about 150 yards from Balmoral Castle, the Royal family, and a large rumber of men, were in a very short time on the spot, and Subscribers-only content

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    travel to Vellice, azd oil his return vill proceed vigorously with his History. The ' Scotsnaia ' annornces that Balmoral Castle is nearly com- pleted; the work liet are at present tilishinig the large turret of the square tower. The Subscribers-only content

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    beckoned to the pri- soner, who pulled up his cab and had something to drink with him at the Balmoral Castle public-house. The public-house is about 200 yards from the narket. I remained in the cab, and the money at Subscribers-only content

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, '"What to Eat, Drink, and Avoid"', Punch 37 (1859) p.176

    hope that British Association members will be able to undertake all three activities on the association's next visit to Balmoral Castle , instead of being restricted to the last, as they were on their previous visit. Suggests that the association's

    Anon, 'How to Get up a Good Appetite', Punch 37 (1859) p.186

    Patronage 'Dine at Balmoral with the British Association next year'. This is a reference to the apparently unsatisfactory meal provided at Balmoral Castle when distinguished members of the association were invited there during the Aberdeen meeting. 957 12 November 1859

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Balmoral Castle

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    Programme

    (29th October, 1898) [Theater, Concerts, Cut-paper works] ^^,c>«V<U- <:,,^^, v''^ / VI 2G)ff? ©cfober, I898. ->-¦»¦ ¦» ? «- PROGRAMME J)ri'^T . . . ''' ]'a ]<• Vdi ])<n'<h)n7i(\'' I lionico and Juliet) , (iouyiotl? ^r.tn. \li;am and ]\Jr. Subscribers-only content

    Balmoral Castle. Oct. 23rd & 24th, 1890

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    Her Majesty's servants

    (Her Majesty's servants) [Victoria, Theater, Amateur theatre, Theater programs, theatre] HER MAJESTY'S SERVANTS Will perform BARBARA. A COMEDY IN ONE AG1T. Barbara,? Lilie,? Cecil,? Finnicunr Hon. Mary Hughe.s.? Hon. Kthf.i. Cadogan.? Major S. Waller.? General Dennehy. ¦'¦'^ms^mmm^ ^^E3 CO Subscribers-only content

    Programme. Balmoral Castle. Nov. 3rd & 5th, 1892

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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Balmoral Castle

    Place Balmoral CastleBalmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Queen Victoria and Prince Albert bought the lease of their dear paradise in the Highlands on 17th February 1848 (they did not buy it outright until 1852), and arrived to take possession on

 

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