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    Castle, where Earl Russell, who had proceeded from Pembroke Lodge, Rich- mond i'ark, and the Duke of Somerset, from Bulstrode Park, had arrived before hins. These were the only mem- bers of the now Cabinet present at the first Council, Subscribers-only content

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    establish a school, a committte being appointed to further the project DA f.rNd BURGLARY AT P. MANSIoS.-The mansion at Bulstrode Park. Gerrard's Cross, Slough, the residence of Sir John Ramsden, Bart., was entered by burglars on Saturday night or early Subscribers-only content

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    Lady Gwendoline Rlamsden, who have been residing for some tine at their place ilL Yorkshire, are now staying at Bulstrode Park,; Bucks. Bulstrode, which is a very good house, ill a picturcoque and well-wooded park., was the favourite residence of Subscribers-only content

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    left the Admiralty on Slturday evening for Bulstrode Park, The Duke of Devonshire and Lady Louisa Cavensdish and' the guests at Bolton Abbey separate about the middle of the week, when his Grace and family remove to Holkar Hblr near Subscribers-only content

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    resolution f rwas carried. d ,, BURGLAnirs.-On T'tiesday tlle countv police iI cr received information that the manesion at Bulstrode Park, c near tGerrard's Cross, the residence of the Duke of o Siomerset, had been cutered by burglars during Sunday Subscribers-only content

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    and 1 - Mrs. G. Batten. f At half-past five o'clock Mr. Gerald Fitzgerald and his bride started for Bulstrode Park, the Duke and Duchess I of Somerset's place in Bucks. The bride's travelling dress w was of peacock blue Subscribers-only content

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    being allowed, himseli inl |£50, and two suretiei of £25 ear-h. BIJRGOLAIY AT SIR YOFaN RAFLMSDENT'S The ncLLanion at Bulstrode Park, Gerrard's Cross, Slough, the residence of Sir Joen Batesden, Bart, was entered by burglars on Saturday Tigt or early Subscribers-only content

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    Friday evening at Glou cester Honese, Park Lane, London. The Dachess of Somerset has 1fft the Admiralty, Whitehall, for Bulstrode Park, Books, for a few daya. Sir Frederick Bruce, G.C.B., will leave London this week to enter on his duties Subscribers-only content

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    near re. Thetford. .sh The Dnke of Somerset left his official residence er- at the Admiralty on Saturday for Bulstrode Park, g Baucks . e- Lord and Lady Aehburton have arrived at Buoken- h ham Hall for the season. nd Subscribers-only content

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    the Castle, where Earl urssei, who had procoeded from Pe'mbroke Lodge, Richrmond Park, and the Duke of Somerset, from Bulstrode Park, had arrircd beforsa him. Tbose were stho only members of the rew Cehbiret present at the ifirst C-.nue j, Subscribers-only content

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    Her lady- ship and infant are progressing favorably. The Dnchess of Somerset has arrived at the Ad- miralty from Bulstrode Park, Bucks: The Earl and Lady Constance Grosvenor are stay- ing at Calverley Park, Cheshire. Lord and Lady Elcho and Subscribers-only content

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    Dover. 'The Duke of iSutherland accompanied the Royal party. Lord and Lady Daifferin and Clandeieoye have ar- rived at Bulstrode Park from Highgate. Thc Archbishop Cf Duublin arrived at The Palace, Steplcn s Green, Dublin, on Friday evening from The Subscribers-only content

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    and Duch'ss of Somerset, who have been staying some weeks at Stover House, Devon, are expected to return to Bulstrode Park in the course of next week. The Lord President of the Council and the Mar- chioness of Ripon have Subscribers-only content

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    drove out on Wednesday. The Duke and Duchess of Somerset have left their residence in Grosvenor Gardens, London, for Bulstrode Park, for Easter. The Duke of Athole has arrived in London from Scotland. The Earl and Countess of Dudley and Subscribers-only content

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    a residence for the Prince of Wales. - The Duchess of Somerset has returned to the Ad- miralty, from Bulstrode Park, Bucks. Maria Marchioness of Aylesbury left Longleate on Saturday, on a visit to the Earl and Countess of Chesterfield, Subscribers-only content

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    The Duchess of Somerset and family arrived at the first Lord's official residence at the Admiralty on Tuesday, from Bulstrode Park, Bucks, for the season. Earl Granville, Lord President, will give a dinner on Friday, the 80th inst., at his Subscribers-only content

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    the 12th inst. g The Duchess of Somerset and Lady Gwentolino cI St. Maur have left the Admirality for Bulstrode Park, Bucks. tr The Marquis and Marchioness of Lotbian have arrived at Newbattle Abbey, from Monteviot,' near n Jedburgb. The Subscribers-only content

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    of any addrcsos.-Mlan- chtester Courier, The Duchess of Somerset and Lady Gwvendolino St. Maur have left the Admiralty for Bulstrode Park, Buoks. The Earl and Countess of Clarendon end Lady Emily Villiers will be unable to join the Earl and Subscribers-only content

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    point of the hunt. Several got soused over head and ears in attempting. the wide and deep ditch at Bulstrode Park, where five and six at a time were observed struggling through the water to reach the opposite bank. There Subscribers-only content

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    Wexham-heath, doubling back to Stoke-conunon, making for Hedgerley Park, whence it circled to the right, over the mound to Bulstrode Park, and thence across the country right away to Beaconsfield, where, just as it leaped the park wall of Hall Subscribers-only content

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