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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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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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    undergone various Improvements in the aleyaotion ofthe drives and formation of new carriage ways. HIts.tjesty 4brtinued his drive to Sandpit Gate, and after- wvards Oited Cranbourn on his return to the Castle, after an airing of tWo iours.' The weather Subscribers-only content

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    to adopt some more effecting pla« for suppressing illicit traffic The_ King's Giraffe ( Cumeleopard) died on Sunday at Sandpit Gate. There is at present living at Pitnn, in Sweden, a young man, 19 years of age, who is 9 Subscribers-only content

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    residence in Bushy Park, about six o'clock on Sunday evening from Brighton, His Majesty's Giraffe died on Sunday, at Sandpit Gate," His Majesty has lately presented to the British Museum a most valuable collection of minerals. Some of the articles Subscribers-only content

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    Albert, at. tended by Colonel Wylde, Captain Seymour, and Mr. G. E. Anson, rode on horseback to Sandpit Gate, in the Great Park, where his Royal Highness spent several hours shooting. In the afternoon her Majesty and his Royal Highness Subscribers-only content

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    where the King passed some time on the Lake in his new pleasure boat, and afterwards re- turned by Sandpit Gate to the Lodge, where his Majesty will dine. It is expected that the King will drive to the Castle Subscribers-only content

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    accompanied by the Marquis Con yngii am. After staying a short Ume on the Lake, the Kixg returned by Sandpit Gate to the Lodge, where his Majesty will enter- tain a select Party at dinner. It is expected that his Subscribers-only content

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    through the delightful rides in the Great rark to the bank of Virginia Water, from whence he returned, by Sandpit Gate, to the Royal Lodge. terVJnYrt h ?£W° s,ate J_ mt ,he expectations which were en- fonnTd 1 S, _ Subscribers-only content

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    round Bishopsgate to Virginia Water. After his Majesty had passed some time at the Lake he re- turned by Sandpit Gate to the Royal Lodge, where he dined. Yesterday her Royal Highness the Princess Augusta took an airing in her Subscribers-only content

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    to the Royal Lodge, and at two o'clock, went in his ponj phaeton through the newly formed ride to Sandpit Gate, from whence his Majesty returned to the Royal Lodge to dinner. Ascot Heath this day was the scene of Subscribers-only content

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    . . . *"c A.iNti and suite tkewise i took an .meg in the pony phaetons early i„ the afternoon towards Sandpit Gate, where his Ma- toThl R a o y y e af Lodgt <* '"^ r - ' Subscribers-only content

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    horseback, and rode across the Park to Craubourne Lodge, where the King made a short stay, and returned to Sandpit Gate to the Royal Lodge, where he dined. Yesterday his Majesty again took an airing on horseback, through the Plan- Subscribers-only content

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    bj tW £ ° ther P haetol, s containing his suite. Ihe Royal Party proceeded across the Park to Sandpit Gate, and from thence round to Virginia Water, where they made a short stay, and afterwards prolonged their drive through Subscribers-only content

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    Lodge, at three o'clock, iv his pony phaeton, ac- companied only by the Marquis Conyngham.- His Majesty proceeded through Sandpit Gate' to New Lodge, past Cranbourne, and returned by the same route to the Royal Lodge to dinner. This afternoon Subscribers-only content

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    Sir E. JN agle, and others of his Majesty's Suite, followed in pony phaetons. The Royal Party returned through Sandpit Gate to the Royal Lodge to dinner. Last evening, Lord F. Conyngham arrived at the Koyal Lodge from London. This Subscribers-only content

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    Nagle and Sir A. Barnard, and attended by his usual outriders, in undress liveries. His Ma- jesty returned by Sandpit Gate to the Royal Lodge, about half-after three o'clock. His Majesty will this evening entertain a large party of distinguished Subscribers-only content

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