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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Edith. Wynne wedi'derbyn gorchymyn oddiwrth ei Maiwrhydi i gymeryd rhan yn y cyng- erdd sydd i'w gynal yn Buckingham Palace yn ystod y mis hwn. Allan o nifer a ymgeiswyr am gael adeiladuvpalas R. Davies, Yaw:, yr aelod anrhydedds- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    draw i'r culfor a'i ddwyn drosodd, ac i'r rhan arall fod yn barod i'w groesawi ar ei laniad. Rhoddir Buckingham Palace at ei wasanaeth, a thra y bydd yma bydd yn westywr y Llywodr- aeth, ac y mae John Bull Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAIBA TH, Y CAIL EI E OBaWtO.- . r Pan oedd Shah Perii3 yn LIundain, danfinwyd X gorchymyn o Buckingham Palace i arlnydd- enfog g li fyned yno i gyineryl darlun o'iiTiwrhydi, Nid odd g yn crf er gweithio ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae y faui a'r Tywysog bychan yn dyfod ymlaen yn dda. Cyrbaeddasai ei Mawrhydi Ymberodres Rwsia, gyda'r Czarewiteb, i Buckingham Palace forem yr un dydd. DERBYNIWYD telegram ycbydig ddyddiau yn ol yn Llundain, o Shangai, yn hysbysu fod rhyfel wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y fyuedfa we~di ei thda yn ysblenydd., ,. Mae geany renhines bedwar piala brenhinol, sef -angn, -blindame, sef y ,Buckingham Palace; ae yn y palas hlvwn yl bydd; dieithriaid brenhinol fydd; ar yin- e~liad^' 13r~enlunes yn eael aros. Yno y-bu.3l Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The return march

    [Sheet music covers] Lp 1^ 0\ ^: r ^ ? ^ -is c^ m 0. <^ ikji IL UJ to ^% ^ Miriii^ % % V i ^\ c tEiyiff 1^. § M ^ Al if* ENT.STA HALL yi Subscribers-only content

    Programme

    (Monday evening, January 25, 1858) [Victoria, Frederick, Concerts, Theater programs, theatrical] PROGRAMME. PART I. CORONATION ANTHEM. Handel QUARTETTO, Madame Clara Novello, Miss? Lascelles, Signor Giuglini, and Mr. Weiss.? (Idonieneo). Mozart. Placido e il mar, andiamo;? Tutto ci rassicura,? Felice Subscribers-only content

    The Swedish Quartett Singers

    ¦W^flP^^?*^- Kjeralf. %«*N ^ U- Sodennaii. ccr ro o :!D ^ W ^V » ?J^ o ? m » Buckingham Palace. M-ONDAY, ^UNh ^tocbis^ (iJiKutetl dingers, Herren LUTTEMANN,? L. KOSTER, E. ELLBERG, AND H. RYBERG. 3&K0GKAMME. " Qualls.\ng " . Subscribers-only content

    Programme

    " Stella " " Maritana "' Sans souci " Kapp^y. V. Wallace. ' A scher. Conductor, J. A. KAPPEY. BUCKINGHAM PALACE, JUNE 29th. 1887. 00 c o 7s ING JUNE I [S > M PA ITH. 188 ^• r ? Subscribers-only content

    Baptism of H. R. H. the Prince Albert of Wales

    (Praise the Lord with heart and voice, [first line of Chorale]) [Edward, Victoria, Kings and rulers, Cut-paper works, baptism] i«^*: IM rivlMlll Wl P \LAOE. (.¦4-i-t-i- l.I.l. The Prince Albert Victor of Wales,? lOTH MARCH, 1864. •.^; bor:ilc. . Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    London, Buckingham Palace

    Place London, Buckingham Palace London, Buckingham Palace, England The work of converting the private residence, the Queen's House, into Buckingham Palace, begun by King George IV and continued by King William IV, was completed only shortly before Queen Victoria's accession,

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    [This is the man whom they Johnny Bull call,], 1829

    [This is the man whom they Johnny Bull call,] [satire] Illustration to 'The palace that N-h built: a parody on an old English poem. By I. Hume'; against one of the wings of the Palace a ragged stone-breaker sits,

    [This is the entrance, the triumphal arch,], 1829

    [This is the entrance, the triumphal arch,] [satire] Illustration to 'The palace that N-h built: a parody on an old English poem. By I. Hume'; the Marble Arch, more or less correctly drawn, but topped by a statue of

    [This is the large pond of water, or basin,], 1829

    [This is the large pond of water, or basin,] [satire] Illustration to 'The palace that N-h built: a parody on an old English poem. By I. Hume'; George IV in back view, holding a driving-whip, faces the giraffe which

    [These are the pyramids, temples, and ditches,], 1829

    [These are the pyramids, temples, and ditches,] [satire] Illustration to 'The palace that N-h built: a parody on an old English poem. By I. Hume'; more statues and fountains (burlesqued) surrounding a piece of water. c. 1829, before MarchEtching

    [These are the fountains, the promenades, and rides,], 1829

    [These are the fountains, the promenades, and rides,] [satire] Illustration to 'The palace that N-h built: a parody on an old English poem. By I. Hume'; absurd statues, one of a naked nymph, one of a gardener seated on

 

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