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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 11th January 1851

    (driving, & he, riding out) & we walked with him the greater part of the time. We started from Sandpit Gate & the shooting was all near there. - After luncheon Sally Bonita, the little African girl came with Mrs

    Saturday 17th April 1841

    another carriage & Col: Wemyss & the 2 other Gentlemen, rode. Ld Kinnaird , with the Hands, was at Sandpit Gate . We drove on to where the stag lay, - the Gentlemen following. The Hounds were there laid on,

    Wednesday 4th June 1851

    our relations. Albert rode with the 2 Ernest. We took a really beautiful drive all round Virginia Water, by Sandpit Gate , &c. & I never saw the Park in more luxuriant beauty, the splendid trees all in the richest

    Tuesday 16th August 1842

    Gentlemen riding. Papa was charmed with every view, & every tree. It was still very hot. We drove by Sandpit Gate , & got out at the Lodge, for a moment. - We played, when we came home. - Mama

    Tuesday 2nd October 1838

    with Lord Palmerston and Mr. Temple at a ¼ p.4 and came home at ½ p.6. They rode to Sandpit Gate , and very slowly the whole time. Spoke of having seen the Duke of Cambridge at Bagshot ; his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no other means of conveyingthleir thana s for boenty so benevolently bestowed.5 His Majesty's Giraffe died on Sunday, at Sandpit Gate. One of the natigators employed on the Sea Wall, addressing a lad who was csrtylttg 5 bstardinnltunrilia qime eiitertainment, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Highness Prince Albert, attended by Colonel Wylde, Captain Seymour, and Mr. G. E. Anson, rode on horse- back to Sandpit Gate, in the Great Park, on Thursday, where his Royal Highness spent several hours shooting. In the af- ternoon her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was necessarily abandoned. On Tuesday last the Earl of Roeslsn ap- pointed a private meeting to take place at Sandpit Gate, in the Great Park, at which the noble Master of the Buck-hounds, and a field of upwards of forty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in thie aciilor's Acre. The giraffe or -cameiop ard hIs wor I been lately removed from (Cumberland Lodge to Sandpit Gate. A Hits l'kfajesty has granted his permission for it to be seen ev'ry Dev satuirday and llonday-on the former Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Virginia Water and n the Btlvidere, and from thence to New Lodge in the fi Forest, -and returned by Sandpit Gate about four t, O'eloek. In the evening his Majesty entertained the h Duke of Cumberland, and the distinguished indivi Subscribers-only content

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