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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Coursing

    been mentioned that Henry VIII when subdividing the Home Park and Bushey Park at Hampton converted portions of them into the course, 144 acres, and the hare warren, 380 acres in extent, and that he and several other sovereigns, and

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : parks Hampton Court Palace : The Lion Gates

    road . These divisions are at present known simply as Bushey Park and the Home Park , Bushey lying to the north and the Home Park to the south-east of the palace. Henry had further inclosures made, taking in part

    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    of one arch, built in 1850 , about which time there was a rearrangement of the roads crossing the Home Park . 1 The plan of the town is irregular, the oldest part lying in a comparatively small area between

    Sport, ancient and modern Racing

    first acts of her reign was to expend £686 in fencing the meadows adjoining the barge walk in the Home Park at Hampton Court in order to preserve 'Her Majesty's studd there from being killed or drowned.' 13 The royal

    Sport, ancient and modern Golf

    between Twickenham and Teddington . Within two miles of this is the eighteen-hole course of the Home Park Golf Club, in the Home Park at Hampton Court . Here the turf is ver y fine, and the lies good, and,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 28th September 1837

    drove in carriages after us. The Lancers escorted us. When we came upon the ground, which is in the Home Park , I rode up with the whole party to where a Sergeant was stationed with the colours and there

    Thursday 28th September 1837

    Gentlemen, including Ld Melbourne, drove in carriages after us. When we came upon the ground, which was in the Home Park , I rode, with the whole party up to where a Sergeant was stationed with the Colours & stopped

    Friday 24th July 1840

    p. 10, we went in carriages (Vic & I in the pony carriage), to the Home Park , where we had a very pretty Review of the 1rst Life Guards & the 2nd Batt: of the Rifle Brigade. Albert, Nemours,

    Friday 26th January 1849

    Slopes, with the 3 eldest Children, & the 2 Jägers, with Albert's guns, also old Mantle one of the Home Park Keepers, & a few labourers as beaters. Albert shot 11 cock pheasants, 2 hen pheasants & 2 hares. We

    Friday 15th October 1852

    - Immediately after luncheon, Albert went to distribute the prizes at the Annual meeting, which took place in the Home Park under the North Terrace. It was the meeting of the Windsor Royal Association for improving the condition of labourers

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Huyshe Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1099 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Huyshe Masonic Hall, Home Park, Stoke Damerel, Devonshire 1866

    Elms Lodge

    Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1212 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places St. George's Hall, Emma Place, East Stonehouse, Devonshire 1868 Huyshe Masonic Hall, Home Park, Stoke Damarel, Devonshire 1868

    Erme Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 1091 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Huyshe Masonic Temple, Home Park, Stoke Damerel, Devonshire 1866 King's Arms Hotel, Fore Street, Ivybridge, Devonshire 1866 Erme House, Erme Road, Ivybridge, Devonshire 1875

    Victory Lodge

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Home Park, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1920 Davie Masonic Hall, Tavistock Road, Plymouth, Devonshire, England 1926 Davie Masonic Hall, North Hill, Plymouth,

    St. Bartholomew Lodge

    ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Huyshe Temple, York Street, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1946 Huyshe Temple, Home Park, Stoke, Devonport, Devonshire, England 1953 Manadon Masonic Hall, Tavistock Road, Crownhill, Plymouth, Devonshire, England 1963 Manadon Masonic Hall, Smallack

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to. the QuEEm, at Windsor, lately sent for some of his best greyhoands, and the fine coursing in. the Home Park, last week, afforded zaechornusenent to the QUaEtt and the PRINCESSES. On orne:of the days ef sport, after some excellent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Terrace, will be open 'to the public on Saturdays and Sundays; and that the Upper Ground of the Home Park will be open at all times to persons choosing to walk there, without being confined to the paths or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her departure. On the return of her Majesty on Thursday evening from her ride, at the gate of the Home Park a person attempted to approach the Queen, and made a u sh for that purpose ; but was promptly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aftterooi, at a quarter-past four o'clocl, her Majesty, accoumpanied by the King and Queen of Beigiumr, rode throoghl the Home Park in an open carriage, and Were followed by two other carriages, in which were Lards Melbourne and Palmerstora, Ladies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a squadron of the 10th Hussars. The Roval procession, on einerg- ing from the quadrangle, traversed the extensive Home Park, followed by a large concourse of persons, by whom her Majesty was loudly cheered. On reaching the Lit- tle Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAWYER, John (1685-1750), of Heywood, White Waltham, Berks.

    Dates Downton 1713 1715 Ofifces Held Jt.-keeper of Home Park, Windsor by 1728–?bef. 1733; under-keeper, St. Leonard’s Walk, Windsor forest by 1733–d. Biography Sawyer came from a family with a strong parliamentary tradition, his father being the grandson and heir

    VILLIERS, Hon. George (1759-1827), of Portman Square, Mdx.

    Confined to his house, he learnt that the King had replaced him 'in the care and management of the Home Park'. His own farming and horsebreeding ventures were not successful. He appealed to the King (4 May 1810) not to

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Railways - past, present, and prospective., 1849

    : one by the Great Western , and the other by the South- Western , right through the " Home Park . " Four schemes for lines were projected from London to Brighton in 1836 : Parliament then would only Subscribers-only content

    The Richmond and Hampton-Court guide, etc., 1850

    which commences the Home Park of Hampton Court , and where the river is crossed by a neat stone bridge, we reach the plea¬ sant village of Thames Ditton , on the Surrey side, the Home Park continuing on the Subscribers-only content

    The Richmond and Hampton-Court guide, etc., 1850

    east front of Hampton-Court Palace opens upon the public gardens, from which the visitor has a view of the Home Park , and its avenues of elm and lime-trees, reaching in a straight line to the banks of the Thames Subscribers-only content

    The Royal Household: a model to Parliament and the nation, 1856

    of the Eille Briuade 238 Grand Ranger of Windsor Great Park (amount of emoluments un¬ known, say).. 1,000 Ditto Home Park 500 Governor and Constable of Windsor Castle 1,120 Total £176,553 His Royal Highness is also Captain General and Colonel Subscribers-only content

    Railways - past, present, and prospective., 1849

    : one by the Great Western , and the other by the South- Western , right through the " Home Park . " Four schemes for lines were projected from London to Brighton in 1836 : Parliament then would only Subscribers-only content

 

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