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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 31st May 1845

    Transcription We took a ride after breakfast, in the Park & Kensington Gardens . It was very pleasant & "Hammon" went beautifully. Mama lunched with us, & afterward presented her new Lady, Ly Augusta Bruce , young, & interesting looking.

    Saturday 25th April 1840

    to him on the subject. Talked of an article in the "Chronicle", abusing the Queen Dowr for riding in Kensington Gardens , & Ld M. remarked that Easthope was particularly inimical to her, doing all that in order to please

    Monday 11th May 1840

    Albert drove me out in a new Pony Phaeton, in the Park & in Kensington Gardens , which were in great beauty. We then walked in the garden. - Directly after luncheon, saw Ld Normanby , & then Ld Melbourne.

    Friday 8th April 1842

    I rode out with Albert, Mrs Anson, & the Equerries, I, riding " Comus ", & we rode in Kensington Gardens , which was very pleasant. " Comus " went very well, but is rather rough. - Albert went off

    Friday 23rd April 1847

    Regent's Park we turned back & went into Hyde Park, where we got out, & walked a little in Kensington Gardens , the sight of which always brings back a train of curious recollections. I showed Albert 2 days ago,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: foxhounds

    a Huntsman was also published in 1854 , says that his father 'used to hunt all the country from Kensington Gardens to Berkeley Castle and Bristol ,' and his opinion as regards Kensington appears to be confirmed by the statement


    nt area of St. James's Park is 93 acres, and of the Green Park 52¾ acres. KENSINGTON GARDENS The origin of Kensington Gardens , with the present area of 274½ acres, has given rise to much dispute and to a

    Paddington Introduction

    's hospital, was notable mainly for contrasting social conditions, with fashionable terraces facing Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens , middle-class avenues around Westbourne Grove and in Maida Vale , and some of London 's worst slums along the lines of

    Paddington Bayswater

    to Elkins's Row, and nos. 5 to 8 on the east corner. 72 By 1828 the main road, facing Kensington Gardens , had been built up between Petersburgh Place and Porchester Terrace . Houses stretched north to Moscow Road ,

    Paddington Public Services

    built in St. Mary 's Square by 1921 . 61 While Paddington had easy access to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens , which the houses in Bayswater Road faced, the spread of 19th-century building left comparatively little open space within

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loud applause lo all 'whoarrived to-dine wish the Prince. The Emperor, on Wednesday, after taking art earIty walk in Kensington Gardens, w ent withl his Siiier. lo view Westmiwister- Hall and Abbey, ahere he was received by the i)ean. Hle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, JULY 27. A. aimtTAR affair of some consequence has at length occur- red is Spain, and one peculiarly interesting to Englishmen, from the honourable share their gallant countrymen have had in it. The French advanced upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are meadots with trees, where the Grand Duke ha's an aviary and dairy; a pretty little pastoralized edition of Kensington Gardens,' with' the Arno on one side, and mountains in the distance.. But theio visitors only come for a drive.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    palaces; a handsome hall for the States-General; a pretty good museum ; several splendid hotels; a park, which is Kensington Gardens in miniature; several spacious end handsome squares; and bousevards plapted with trees surrounding the city, which makes a much Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ = ~~~~~~~~~~~acready- ;DRURY LANE.-Tomorrow, Othello.Othello, Virginined. And Oberon.-Tuesday, Oberon. And WildterrWednd A iRoland for And Der Freischutz.-Thursday, The Way to Gt Married. And a grand f an Olirer.-Friday, Oberon. And Williac by Mr H' . ishop romantic Opera, Subscribers-only content

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, 'Punch Among the Roses', Punch 5 (1843) p.206

    to the gratification of the sense of Beauty. It is, we apprehend, through their operation on this sense, that they ameliorate the mind'. Thinks the 'botanical researches' in the recently improved Kensington Gardens 'tend to soften' the manners of visitors.

    Anon, 'Lesion of the Lungs of London', Punch 42 (1862) p.59

    Analogy, Environmentalism, Exhibitions, Industry, Commerce, Materialism Describes a proposed 'incision' to the 'right lung' - Kensington Gardens - of London. Explains that this cut will be deep in order to establish communication between Bayswater and Kensington Gore, a decision informed

    Anon, 'A Jennerous Suggestion', Punch 57 (1869) p.11

    state of statues in Kensington Gardens , notably those of John H Speke and Edward Jenner . Objects to the proposal to move the Jenner statue to Trafalgar Square on the grounds that in Kensington Gardens it can be seen


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