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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Sanford, to the Honourable Frederick Paul Methuen, eldest son of Lord Methaen. DEATHS. The Duchess of Marlborough, at Blenheim Palace, on Saturday last. Her Grace had only returned home the preceding evening from a lengthened visit to her sister, Subscribers-only content

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    of Aberdeen, in the room of the late Earl of Erroll. The negotiation for the Queen Dowager's occupancy of Blenheim Palace has been broken off. The object her Majesty had in visiting Cashiobury, Herts, the seat of the Earl and Subscribers-only content

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    India Dock Railway, near the Kentish Town road, fell in on Sunday morning, but without causing any other accident. Blenheim Palace was nearly set on fire last week, in consequence of spontaneous conbustion occurring in a muck-bin at the back Subscribers-only content

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    This leases a blank not easily to be filled up in that heretofore popular assembly. It is rumourel that Blenheim Palace will shortly be opened to the public as heretofore, every day except Saturday and Sunday. The Recordership ofMacclesfild has Subscribers-only content

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    has placed 1351. to the account of the Oxford Radeliffe Infirmary, beingthe balance of moneys received from visitors to Blenheim Palace and gardens during this season. The Bishop of London has appointed Mr J. Hassard to be his lord- ship's Subscribers-only content

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    Mr J. FHaylock, who died on Tuesday at the Green Dragon Hotel, Bishops- gate street, City, after intense suffering. Blenheim Palace is again shown to visitors by tickets, which are sold at the entrance gate at the fixed charge of Subscribers-only content

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    appears from a letter of Mr Scharf in the AtIIe-zOeste that the nine paintings destroyed by the fire at Blenheim Palace, representing the Loves of the Gods, were never accepted by the best judges as works either of Titian or Subscribers-only content

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    Records. ife gives a chapter a-piece to the Libraries and their founders at Sherburn Castle in Oxford- shire, at Blenheim Palace, and at Althorp; and he adds appendices of lists and descriptions of extant monastic library catalogues, printed and unprinted, Subscribers-only content

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    our State Paper Office and collection of public records, and of three noteworthy private libraries, at Sherburn Castle, at Blenheim Palace, and at Althorp. With most commendable zeal and excellent tact he has managed to combine solid and out-of-the-way information, Subscribers-only content

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    for Knowsley park, near Liverpool. The Duke of Marlborough left town on Monday, after attending the Cabinet Council, for Blenheim Palace. The Right Hon. Sir Stafford Northcote, M.P., and Lady and Miss Northeote, left their residence in Harley street on Subscribers-only content

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    is not Rosamond's bower we want to know about, or the Woodstock Manor House of Scott's novel, or the Blenheim Palace of the imperious Duehess. The interest which at present attaches to the place relates to its character as a Subscribers-only content

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    at Tulliallan Castle. The Duke and Duchess of Abercorn, accompanied by Ladies Georgiana and Albertha Hamilton, have gone to Blenheim Palace. WHY HARVARD LOST THE RACE.-The London corre. spondent of the New Yoric Trihbune thus explains why the Harvard crew Subscribers-only content

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    Countess Oberesky have arrived at Claveridge's Hotel from Paris. Lord and Lady Robert Montagu have arrived in town from Blenheim Palace. Lord and Lady Chelmsford and the Hon. Miss Thesiger have gone to Hatfield House, Herts. Sir Percy and Lady Subscribers-only content

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    as true as his first speech in the House of Commons about iy the first Duke of Msrlboiough having Blenheim Palace given to him before the Battle of Blenheim was fought. to So far from Mr. Disraeli conferring the franchise Subscribers-only content

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    place, according to the Spanish custom. He states further in his letter that lie went on Wednesday to see Blenheim Palace, hoping that a sight of the noble paintings would do hins good, but that the.sight was of no avail. Subscribers-only content

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    5.30 P.M. N.B.-Passergers by thia tra:n may hs allowed the privilege of stop. Ping at Woodstock Road to viSit Blenheim Palace. Children anderTwelve, Half-price. Tfckets are uot transferabhe, and are only available by the Excuar siote Train. Passengers using them Subscribers-only content

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    House of Commons, in order that the question may be thoroughly sifted. A frightful conflagration broke out yesterday at Blenheim Palace, the seat of the Duke of MinL- BOROUGH. The building Itself has been preserved, but the whole of Its Subscribers-only content

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    by the destruction of the large apartment -known as the' itian Room, and formerly used for theatrical purposes, at Blenheim Palace, will in some degree be lessened by the recollection that the nine paintings representing the Loves of the Gods Subscribers-only content

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    by them visited some of the ' ! ~tulpau attractions in this university, The distinguished krsa afterwards proceeded to Blenheim Palace, and of h itair return to O.xford entertained Dr. and Mrs. Jelf with a enmilt005 dinner at the Olarendon Subscribers-only content

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    Packington Hall, near Coventry. OxFoRDBietE DoweNs.-Firat prizc, £10,, and silver medal ae breeder: Hisg race the Duke of Marlborougi, Blenheim Palace, Woodsteck. Second ditto, £5., Mr. Samuel Druce, Eynsham, nieo Oxford. CA8s.e-shuiD SezrEP.-Fir3t prize, £10 and silver medal as breeder: Subscribers-only content

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