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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 16th June 1841

    to see Blenheim . Again a beautiful day. - Awoke with a heavy cold in my head, which had been rather threatening, the last days. - Read Despatches & wrote to Ld Melbourne. Albert returned much pleased with Blenheim &

    Tuesday 24th May 1842

    Truffle Dogs, - very rare, something like Poodles as to hair but much smaller, - a couple of beautiful little Blenheim Spaniels, & a clever, very small little Pug, - a most rare dark blue (as it is called) Scotch

    Tuesday 31st December 1839

    seated as usual; Lord Melbourne sitting near me. Talked of spaniels, red-nosed and black-nosed ones; he had had a beautiful Blenheim one with a black nose, given to him by the old Duchess of Marlborough , which was bit by

    Saturday 14th May 1842

    a Ct Frederau were there. After luncheon, at ½ p. 2, we left. The Duke gave me a pretty little Blenheim Spaniel, called "Bony", son of his pet "Bony" & we took him with us. - Saw the Dss of

    Tuesday 12th December 1843

    We began the 3rd vol: of Adolphus, & in St. Simeon we read the curious account of the Battle of Blenheim . - Ld Aberdeen (who stays 2 days) dined, & sat next to me. He spoke of the sad

    Monday 21st September 1835

    exquisite thing I ever saw, save one, which is by the same Master. It is the Madonna and is at Blenheim , and is equally beautiful. In the first named, the finish is so exquisite, that it is like a

    Monday 21st September 1835

    exquisite thing I ever saw, save one, which is by the same Master. It is the Madona and is at Blenheim , and is equally beautiful. In the first named, the finish is so exquisite, that it is like a

    Tuesday 27th August 1850

    the house at ½ p. 6. It is a magnificent building, with a dome in the centre, reminding me of Blenheim & Stowe . As one ascends a flight of steps to the entrance door, there are 2 wings on

    Thursday 6th December 1838

    fat. Talked of Lord M.'s former dogs; his last, he told me, which he had 10 years ago, was a Blenheim Spaniel called Bel. &c. Stayed up till ½ p.11. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal

    Thursday 13th December 1838

    you'll go where you like”, &c. After dinner Lord Albemarle 's other dear little dog, the dearest least little fat Blenheim spaniel called Fanny , came in; was much admired. We were seated like the day before - Lord Melbourne

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