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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 14th October 1837

    a little after 8, feeling much better. Got a kind letter from Lord Melbourne written on Thursday night from Bowood where he arrived at ½ p.7. Got up at 9, and breakfasted in my dressing room. Saw my gentlemen as

    Tuesday 17th October 1837

    ¼ p.6) to ask him how he was; his answer was, he was not tired from his long journey from Bowood and was well. I am very glad of it. Wrote my journal. Walked. At ½ p.7 we dined. Our

    Wednesday 11th October 1837

    about History; and he remembers all he reads. Stayed up till 11. Took leave of Lord Melbourne, who goes to Bowood (Lord Lansdowne's) which I'm very sorry for, but will come back on Tuesday 17th, and then stay I hope

    Wednesday 11th October 1837

    seems to remember all he has read. Stayed up till 11, & took leave of Ld Melbourne, who is going Bowood (Ld Lansdowne's). I am very sorry for his departure, but he is returning before long. Version Princess Beatrice's copies

    Tuesday 17th October 1837

    & was delighted to see him looking extremely well & in good spirits. He had driven all the way from Bowood 115 miles, in 9 hours & ½! After dinner I sat on the sofa with Ly Mulgrave , who

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RD Luck 2 J B WiWiams 3 W H: W~illiams 4 P W Stevens 5 J S Roose 6 JH Bowood 7 J E Jons. 8 H Rees JUNIOR 1 J LiGratton 2 W J Harris 3 J E Roberts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of. the difficulties and perplexities in which the Goverumpent wasyunforiuwately placed. On the 10th, Lord Lansdowne returned to town from Bowood:. Mr Huskisson saw: him, next day, when a.convvrsatiou took place-the particulars of which Mr Hqks isson recited, to the, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Most Noble the 3archioness of Lansdown, by 1. M. COOMBS, Organist of Chippeuham Church, and of the Chapel, Bowood. The whole of the Chants and Psalms (with the exception of three or four taken from Novells's Evening Service) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    permission, to the Most Noble the Marchioness of Lansdown, byJb M. COOMBS, Organist of Chippenhasa Church, and of the Chapel, Bowood. The whole ot these Chants and the Psalms (with the exception of a few taken from Novello's Evening Service) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inhabitants of Dart mouth. On Tuesday they arrived at Mambead, the seat of Sir Robert Newman, whence they departed for Bowood, the seat of Lord Lans- downe, near Bath.- Western Times. . - The Duke of Terceira, whose late attempt Subscribers-only content

 

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