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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,

    Monday 31st May 1841

    went to the Paddocks to see some mares & a little filly, a week old, & went also to Cumberland Lodge to look at 2 new horses. It was a beautiful evening. - On our return heard there was a

    Sunday 12th September 1841

    was getting quite dark when he came home at 7, but still very hot. We saw Albert's hunters At Cumberland Lodge . - The Honle & Rev: Ed: Keppel , (Deputy Clerk of the Closet, who had performed the service

    Wednesday 9th February 1842

    pony carriage, after luncheon, - Uncle, Cousins, & the ladies, &c. - following. We went to the Stud at Cumberland Lodge , & saw there a magnificent black stallion, which Gen: Wemyss has bought for Albert. - Read over in

    Monday 6th June 1842

    then by the Rhododendron Drive which was in great beauty, with all the blossoms out. We went round by Cumberland Lodge , &c, getting back, after 7. - Mama, (who is now at Frogmore) Ct & Css St . Aulaire,

    Saturday 11th June 1842

    we rode out with Uncle & Cousins, Miss Stanley, &c. I rode " Friar ". We went up to Cumberland Lodge , returning by Frogmore & the Farm. The heat was quite tremendous & the flies dreadful, Albert's horse "Cambrian,"

    Thursday 21st November 1844

    - She & I, drove out in the Phaeton, the 3 Princes, following in another carriage. We went to Cumberland Lodge , to look at the Hunters, which were much admired. - Had Vicky a good part of the evening

    Monday 16th December 1844

    has to keep her bed. - At ½ p.11, I drove with Ly Douro in the pony phaeton, towards Cumberland Lodge in order to see some of the shooting, & near the Obelisk, not far from a laurel plantation, we

    Wednesday 1st October 1845

    - After luncheon Albert drove me out, & we stopped at the new school for Boys & Girls, at Cumberland Lodge , which we have recently built. Spoke to the School Master & Mistress, who are excellent people. All the

    Wednesday 8th October 1845

    dear Ly Lyttelton, in answer to our offer of a longer leave. - After luncheon, Albert drove me to Cumberland Lodge , to the School, where we got out & heard the Boys admirably examined in Geography, History, & the

    Thursday 18th January 1849

    George, & I took a little walk with the Children, before driving with the Dss of Sutherland to near Cumberland Lodge , to see the finishing of the shooting, & we all returned together. The Duchess is so good &

    Friday 19th October 1849

    some time on the Terrace, talking with Ld Carlisle . - In the afternoon we drove to Cranbourne & Cumberland Lodge . - Mama, &c., & Col: Phipps , to dinner. - Ld Waterpark has come into waiting & sat

    Monday 9th February 1852

    morning, which I took advantage of, to go with Bessie D. to the School at Cumberland Lodge . It is going on very well. - There were some very interesting details in the papers about the horrible attempt on the

    Sunday 17th October 1852

    music very fine. - Herrmann arrived before luncheon. - Afterwards we drove out with Feodore & Ada, stopping at Cumberland Lodge , where Albert got out & found poor dear Gen: Wemyss , very cheerful, though much altered. It turned

    Tuesday 23rd November 1852

    Albert went out shooting with the Princes, - our Cousins always following him. - Drove with Ada to Cumberland Lodge to enquire after poor dear Gen: Wemyss , who is very ill indeed, but there is no immediate danger, only

    Thursday 26th October 1854

    fine morning. - Albert went out shooting, & I, driving with Lizzie Desart, to Cumberland Lodge , where I sketched the white stags & Indian cattle. - In the afternoon we walked & paid Mama a visit. She is getting

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