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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 10th October 1839

    & went over the Pigeonry &c - & the Dairy. Then entered our carriages again & drove round by Englefield Green , crossing over into the Long Walk & home. Stopped at the gate of the Terrace, & walked on

    Saturday 5th October 1844

    - We had the 3 eldest children running about during luncheon. - We drove out with Bertie, round by Englefield Green & home through the Park, stopping at the Paddocks. On coming back, we went to the stables to look

    Sunday 24th October 1852

    Room, performed by Ld Wriothesley Russell . - In the afternoon we drove with Feodore & Ernest round by Englefield Green , down Priest's Hill, & past the very field in which the fatal duel was fought. - Bertie, who

    Saturday 9th November 1839

    rode Emperor, but this day rode Viscount and Ernest. It was a delightfully mild day; we rode out by Englefield Green , through the commencement of Egham , andhome by the Long Walk. We rode hard and talked a great

    Saturday 9th November 1839

    , & Miss Murray. It was a delightfully mild afternoon, & we had a clearing ride by Egham , Englefield Green , & home by the Long Walk. We rode hard & talked a great deal. & At ¼ p.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Egham

    the Military College, Sandhurst . It ran through Virginia Water , an artificial lake of much later construction, past Englefield Green to the Thames . There is no doubt that the Roman station Ad Pontes , or Pontibus , was

    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    came in 1961 with the sale of Homestead Farm (287 acres) for £24,200 by the de Veauces (then of Englefield Green , Surrey ) to the Trustees of the Will of Dr. John Radcliffe ( 1650-1714 ). 24 The ultimate

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday, there came on for hearing the case of Archibald-'`ampbell Douglas Ilawksley, described as of Englefield Green, near Stain es, a breeder and trainer of racehorses, and specula- tor on the turf. This was the sitting, for examination anrI discharge. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Dunbar the other day. The Marchioness of Carmarthen gave birth to a daughter on Tuedsay, at Round Oak, Englefield Green. * A salmon has been caught in the Seine, near Polsy, weighing 301bs., and fetohing £R3. 12c.-at the Paris Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mary. Catherine Anne, and Mabiel GlIadys, as seb shall appsint.-Cf Mrs. Elicabeth Walsh- nmai Arnott, late of The Glade, Englefield Green; Surrey personally £018,000. The teetatrix gives £200. each to the Asyluim fnr Idiots, Eariswvood, andl the Corporation of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Queen Hotel. Hlarrogate, and Chairman of the Tavistork Hotel, Covent GaCrden. W.C.) le George Allen. Esq., Surbitoin Honses. Englefield Green, Stators a- (Director of the sdiiueeu'e li-tel, Chelteuhuiel. er EB. Loibl. Esq. 39, Maids. Vale, W. 'Who will join Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thurs day evening. The wvill of the late Abraham de Mattos Mocatta, of 47,- Gloucester Square, and of Ridgemead, Englefield Green, who died on the 18th April last, has been p roved, the personal estate being of the gross value Subscribers-only content

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