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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Uxbridge, and granddaughter of the Marquis of Anlesey, died on the 17th inst., at Eastwell Park, the Earl of Winchelseas seat in Kent, after a few days' indisposition. She married, in the summer of 1847, Mr Sand" ford Graham, eldest Subscribers-only content

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    of St John's Church, Glasgow, officiated. The Duchess of Abercorn and the Ladies Hamilton have left Chesterfield House for Eastwell Park, Kent. No definit& day is appointed for the marriage of her Grace's daughters to the Marquis of Lansdowne and Subscribers-only content

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    Abercorn, accompanied by the Countess of Dalkeith, Lady Georgiana Hamilton, and Lord George Hamilton, left town on Wednesday for Eastwell Park. Lieutenant-General Sir George Duller, G.C.B., and Vice- Admiral Sir James Hope, G.C.B., arrived at Osborne on Wednesday, and had Subscribers-only content

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    condition of the Duke of iool Edinburgh, who has suffered from a severe cold since his din. return to Eastwell Park, Ashford. The illness was eon- the tracted daring the cruise of his Royal Highness in the t Admiralty yacht Subscribers-only content

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    of Supply t on the Civil Service estimates. c The Duchess of EDINBUnall gave birth to a daughter at Eastwell Park, on Sunday. Her t Royal Highness and her child are both doing l well. 1 We regret to learn Subscribers-only content

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