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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 29th September 1837

    and Miss Murray, and came home at a ¼ p.6. It was a beautiful long ride; we rode to the Belvidere on the opposite side of Virginia Water. I rode Emperor who went remarkably well with the exception of two

    Friday 29th September 1837

    Torrington , Ld Alfred Paget , Mr Murray & Col: Cavendish . We took a beautiful long ride, to the Belvidere , on the opposite side of Virginia Water. I rode "Emperor" who went remarkably well. - At ½ p.

    Tuesday 21st April 1840

    The singing was excellent. - Saw Ld Melbourne directly after luncheon, then we all drove out going up to the Belvidere , with which Albert was much pleased, admiring the cedars & other trees so much. He drove me, the

    Wednesday 13th September 1843

    very shy as were also the Boys. We went up to the top of the house, into small sort of Belvidere , which overlooks the sea, & after staying there a few minutes, we went down & took our luncheon

    Tuesday 13th April 1852

    in which he will paint Arthur. - We took a nice drive in the afternoon to Virginia Water & the Belvidere , the Princesses going with me, as well as Leopold, & George with Albert. Still quite hot. & Dinner

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V BRITISII INS'1'I''UTON. 41a'-Observing a 6ortio; of ymtur paper d1esdieatd-,to e~tties oro the Vine ArtN, , am encetiraded to hope that 1y9, wi, gkve a pkIke ito tile follow jng obhervations: and I c- de. th~esm~f tp you with. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gentieman-were passing the ditch, by the side of the path whkch leads to the Belvidere, Pentoniille, they thought they heard the groans of a person in the water. --Their fears weore anfor- tunately realised it the person of a young Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SINGUL,11t OCC7IPEYCE. 0fl Tuesday morning, about two O'lock, Collingbourn, of the officers vf Union'h 1a, having received iuform-a tiou tiat Some persons hnd been conveyed in a womudcd State to a house iii Belvidere-place, St. Gearg'e4fields, sIid that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Middleton-street, Spa-fields, was going towards Pentonville, he was met close by the dead wall at the reservoir, near the Belvidere Tavern, by three mess; and-whilst two of themf held him by the arms, tbe third robbed him of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waere as perfect nature as it is possible, and of the most elegant kind. Though he was sure that the Belvidere Apollo was only a copy, he was of opinion that for ideal beauty it surpassed the Theseus.-It was of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old Stratford Old Stratford Village

    Head inn , which for several years had been a private house, became a boys' school called the Belvidere Academy (or Belvidere House ), conducted initially by John Lathbury as a tenant of the Clarke family, who had owned the

    Index L - Z

    Arundel St ., 156 Augustus St ., 158 Bath Rd., 156 Bath St. (formerly Prospect Row), 155-6 Beacon St., 153 Belvidere Rd., 154 Bentley Lane , 159 Bernard St ., 153 Bescot Crescent, 157 Bescot Rd., 159 Bescot St., 156

    Index A-J

    Behrman, Boris; Leopold; see also Leopold Behrman Ltd. Bell , M. C. Farrar ; see also Clayton & Bell bellfounding Belvidere Academy/House , in Old Stratford q.v . Bennet , Henry, earl of Arlington ; Isabella wife of 1st duke

    Index K-Z

    and alehouses; landscape and settlement; local government; manors and other estates; mentioned; mills; Nonconformity; population; tolls; topography; trades and crafts Belvidere Academy/House in; Black Horse Inn in; Carlton Sart ?in; Chapel Close in; Cosgrove Road in; Deanshanger Road in; Falcon

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B

    , Prebend of, 141. Belgian pirate , 359. Bellay , William du, Seigneur de Langey, 264. Belle Isle , 299. Belvidere (Rome) , 380, 400. Benavides , Don Juan de, 85. -, -, his wife (Donna Geronoma de Navarra), 85.

    Index, B

    1034 (2, 5), 1035. Belford (Northumberland), 471 (8). Bell , Mr., 846. Bellenden , Sir John, see Bannatyne, Sir John. Belvidere (in Rome), 877 (1). Benaon , Louis de Tremouille, Count de, 821. Bennet , John, Master of the Ordnance

    Mary, June 1558, 01 June 1558-26 June 1558

    as yet has had no audience of the Pope, neither can he have answer whether he shall. His Holiness keeps Belvidere commonly all day with certain hermits, returning to his lodging in the palace every evening, and giving no audience

    Mary, October 1558, 01 October 1558-30 October 1558

    informed him to-day. His Holiness is well amended, and has his speech and remembrance very well, and walks abroad to Belvidere when the weather serves: "and yet some reliques of his late sickness do somewhat extenuate him, as men say."

    State Papers, 1656, December (6 of 6), 01 December 1656-31 December 1656

    coach, and being conducted to the palace, at their disbarking, were saluted again by the cannon of the fortezza di Belvidere, and received by the great duke at the entrance of the gate where the guard is kept, and he

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 February 1813, 9 February 1813

    alfo of The Reverend Henry Knightley pi Byfield ^c ' in the fame County, Clerk, and of James Knightley of Belvidere Place, near the City of Exeter in the County of Devon, Efquire ; praying Leave to bring in a Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1814, 21 March 1814

    with him, and under the Protection and Authority of him as her Hufband. A Petition of Thomas Beß, late of Belvidere Place and now of Garden Row, in the Parifh of Saint George the Martyr, Southwark, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    then engaged in Prayer with them. « They both stated, that they first heard about Freedom from the Negroes about Belvidere and Retrieve, but that they did not put any Belief m it; and Gardner said, that he used his Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    that all would sit still, and see whether the Free Paper came or not. Dove stated that James Henlier, from Belvidere, was a chief Man among the Rebels; he had been a Runaway for Five Years. Edward Ramsey told us Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    on each of those Estates, during the Mid-day Recess, when the Slaves are not at work. There was another Estate, Belvidere, which permitted the same lettered In¬ struction Two Days in the Week, at the same Time of the Day, Subscribers-only content

 

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