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You searched for: Place: "Home Park", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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 Introduction

    Upper Park on the west, and the Middle Park between them-and the Home Park into The Course , adjoining the Kingston Road , and the Home Park proper, which was bounded on the west and south by the Thames .

    Forestry

    . Some of the thorns in Bushey Park , and a few of the magnificent old oaks in the Home Park , were probably remnants of the district in its original state. In the thirteenth century the manor of Hampton

  • * 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

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    railway train to Windsor, where there was an exhibition of plants, flowers, ferns, grasses, vegetables, and fruits, in thle Home Park. The Prince returned in the evening to the Palace. The Queen drove in a carriage and four, and went Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    accompanied by Princess Alice, walked and drove in the Home Park this morning, t1es Royal Highness the Prince Consort went to the Wel- lington College, attended by Lord Methuen and Colonel the Hon. A. Hardinge. - Lord Alfred Paget, Equerry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hawthorn, COURT AND OFFICIAL. WINDSOR CASTLE, Saturday, February 4. Her Majesty walked and drove in the forenoon within the Home Park, and paid a visit to her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, at Frogmore House. Her Majesty was accompanied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    separately on the parade ground, and the arms and tents afterwards examined. After dinner the battalions marched to the Home Park, where had gathered a large number of spectators, among whom were Mr. W. Ballantine, M.P., the Mayoress of Coventry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alfred sk-ated on the ice in the Home Park, Windsor, ont Satuiday.a lnt of. The King of Saxony is suffering from measles'; ofteandl-.consequently, a, .the. official journal announces, hs5 vart , Ministenk are esstrusited with the entire direction of the:1) Subscribers-only content

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