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You searched for: Place: "Cumberland Lodge", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 11th October 1839

    with Albert and Lord M. about the numbers of strange English who went abroad; &c. Ma. went home at Cumberland Lodge ; it was intensely hot; we thought it would rain, and turned about, and then went out again; I

    Saturday 30th November 1839

    several others. Wrote my Journal & sat to Ross. - After luncheon, I drove in a Pony Phaeton to Cumberland Lodge , & the Uxbridges showed me how comfortable they have made it. My little godson, is a pretty, nice

    Wednesday 22nd July 1840

    , Ld Conyngham , Ld & Ly Robert Grosvenor & Ld Uxbridge & his daughters (who came over from Cumberland Lodge ) composed the dinner party. I sat between Nemours & Ld Melbourne. He referred again to Uncle Sussex's speech,

    Thursday 13th August 1840

    me, & I answered, only unto Ld Granville 's private letter. Talked of the Paddocks for Albert's Stud, at Cumberland Lodge ; of the Kennels & Pleasure Grounds which latter I said would be such a great thing. "It'll be

    Thursday 8th April 1841

    Albert's Stud where we got out & looked at all his Hunters, who are all in the stables at Cumberland Lodge . - When we came in, the Child came to us & was very dear & good. - Read,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. GIST DECLINED.-Louis XV. observed to Moncrief, " There are peo- ple Who give you 80 years."-" Ah Sire," replied the latter, i but I do not accept of them." A young woman at Staindrop has been most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carriage could be set right, the roried tWere taken back to the Royal Lodge, whilst Sir Andrew was SentOn Cumberland Lodge on a door. . A messenger was instantly tile R inJ mfoim his Majesty of the accident. The messenger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conse- quence of his Grace having received a despatch from the King, command- ing his attendance at Windsor, where Cumberland Lodge is to be fitted up for his Grace and suite, as Grand Falconer of England. His Grace was commanded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grace the Duke of St. Albitis, as Hereditary Grand Falconer, is to take up his ottciial re- sidence at Cumberland Lodge. Mews are to be built, atid all the requi- site materiel is forthwith to be prepared.-Brigkhton Guardiran.-[Wlherc is the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Stopford, Countess Merode, Lady Copley, anti others of the itoyal suite, in e;trriages artd pony phaetous. After viaitino Cumberland Lodge aud Yirgita Water theyreturned to the Castle at sia o'clock. The Ring of Belgiam visited Claremont. The Queen has Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Old Windsor

    are a Baptist chapel built in 1828 , a Congregational chapel built in 1875 and a Primitive Methodist chapel. Cumberland Lodge in the Great Park was built in the reign of Charles II , when it was known as the

    Windsor castle History

    was living in the Royal Lodge in the park, and the princess and her mother were given rooms in Cumberland Lodge . During the ministerial crisis over the Catholic Relief Bill ( 1829 ), to which the king was bitterly

 

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