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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 24th July 1838

    dear Tartar who went most beautifully; it was a delightful ride; we rode to Acton , and round by East Acton home. We never rode harder. We cantered almost the whole way going out, but coming home we galloped at

    Thursday 9th August 1838

    Mr Rich . It was a delightful ride, & dear " Tartar went to perfection. We went again by East Acton . - Our guests at dinner were, Ld & Ly Carlisle , & Ly Elizabeth Howard , Ld &

    Saturday 9th February 1839

    kept shying at every cart we came near, which was too tiresome. We rode to Acton & round by East Acton . It was a charming ride, & very mild & pleasant. - Read Despatches. - Little Louise came &

    Saturday 30th March 1839

    of me. We went through the Park, part of Knight's bridge , then along the Acton Road round by East Acton & home the same way. It was exceedingly cold coming home. - Had another letter from Ld Melbourne saying

    Thursday 9th August 1838

    to perfection. It was a delightful ride. We took the same ride as I did the other day, by East Acton (only reversed) and had the same gallop back. At a little after 8 we dined. Besides we 14: the

    Saturday 30th March 1839

    through the Park, part of Knightsbridge , through the Lower Field gate, along the Acton Road , round by East Acton and Acton , and home the same way; it was exceedingly cold coming home. At 25 m. p.5 came

    Friday 6th April 1838

    rode dear little " Uxbridge " who went most delightfully. We went by the Harrow road, coming home by East Acton & Hyde Park, & in at the garden gate. The wind was very high, but it was very mild.

    Saturday 9th February 1839

    near, and therefore whenever we passed one, Lord Alfred took his place. We rode to Acton , round by East Acton , and home the same way. It was very mild and pleasant, and a charming ride. We rode hard.

    Friday 6th April 1838

    dear little Uxbridge who went most delightfully. We rode out by the Harrow Road , and came home by East Acton , and the Uxbridge Road; through Hyde Park and in at the Garden Gate. The wind was very high

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