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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 2nd February 1854

    Dec: 51, he had applied to Sir J. Easthope , who met this Mr Philipps (writer of the article) at Broadlands the latter receiving directions & £100. Afterwards Ld Palmerston told Mr Ph : that, by the advice of his

    Thursday 17th January 1839

    better; of his sisters; the youngest, Lord M. believes, he was fondest of; but the eldest managed his affairs at Broadlands very much for him; &c. Talked of Ma.. Lord M. was going to dine at home; I said he

    Thursday 10th January 1839

    drafts will bring that round”. He showed me a letter from Lord Palmerston who says he really must stay at Broadlands till Monday, but that he gives Lord M. his full Proxy at the Cabinet; there was also one from

    Sunday 1st December 1839

    Talked of the Grand-duke and the match not being off, she believed. Lord M. said his sister was going to Broadlands immediately after her marriage. He wasn't sure if Lord and Lady Ashley were coming up for it. Talked of

    Tuesday 8th October 1839

    announce her intention by a letter to Lord M. to show me, get married in a fortnight, and go to Broadlands ; that it wouldn't be right to press Fanny to marry for that. “I shall not tell her,” said

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Romsey Extra and Infra

    of the municipal boundary, lie the Broadlands house and estate, formerly the residence of Lord Palmerston . The estate is bounded on the west by the River Test , famous for its trout fishing. Broadlands was visited by James I

    Parishes Old Windsor

    with beautiful grounds, is the property of Major W. J. Joicey , J.P., V.D. Lynwood , Shrubbs Hill Place and Broadlands in this parish are respectively owned by Mr. G. R. Thompson , D.L., J.P., Mr. Horton Harrild and Mr.

    Parishes Newport

    the Medina Hall in High Street used for entertainments and St. Thomas 's Mission Hall in South Street . At Broadlands on the road to Staplers was a lace factory established in the middle of the 19th century by Mr.

    Index A - K

    17 Briggs , Emily, 281 Brightwell Baldwin ( Oxon .), 206 Bristol , 119 Brittany , duke of, see Montfort Broadlands (in Romsey , Hants ), 243 Brocton (in Baswich ), 209 Bromley : Edw., 278 Thos. of, 95 Bromley

    Hornsey , including Highgate Highgate Highgate in 1873

    and a swimming bath (from 1896 also a gymnasium) in 1885 . 23 A building lease for large houses in Broadlands Road was granted in 1878 to John Groom , architect, who was also to construct two northerly offshoots, later

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dolaucothy, a Mr. John Jones, Blaeneos, Llanymddyfri. Sir Ferganwg.-Is-filwriad Edward Stock Hill, 1 Rookwood, Llandaff; Mr. Birt St. Albyn Jenner, Broadlands. Penybont-ar-Ogwy, a Mr, John Henry Rowlands, Friedvale, Castellnedd. Sir Benfro.-Is-filwriad Henry Leacb, Corston 'Mr. Richard Walter Boyd, Mirehouse, Angle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and such things, Are supplied by other Kings- FEsitNAen) his rank denotes By providiig petticoats. Lord Painerston lately entertained at Broadlands a party, consisting of Lord Malmebury, Sir George, &c., d~uring which, with six guns, 1,000 hetd of gsne were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be still flourishing here'and there in country placesina " wholesome state of vegetable decay." The plot runs thus:- - Squire Broadlands (Mr W. Farren) has long lived. on his paternal estate- a hunting, shooting, benevolent country gentleman-beloved by his equals Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -. kj 3 RoYAt, CiSVE7T GdnlDt. T O-M 9 R R 0 Wj Shakspeare'i Play of .' CO)RLANUS. Coxiolarms, Mt RiHfiblin. To con- 'oae -silth..ls PILOT. {png Toim Cedin~ Mr T. P. Cnoke- X tePlowden, MieViocb~t. jOne Tnefday, snewr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of her fears, and will abate of ller armaments, and the dispatches of M. Bour. ieney, after his visit to Broadlands, are said to be MiBah more satisfactory, and much more promising of conditions likely to lead to an accord, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Londonderry Bristol , John, Earl of Major Peter Briteswitez , Capt. Bristow , Richard Broad , William Broadhuret , Mr. Broadlands Broadnax , Robert Broadstairs Brocas , Peter Brockman , Mr. Brodhurst , Paul Brodie (Bredie, Brody), Laird of William Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, July 1609, 16-31, 16 July 1609-31 July 1609

    I received your letters concerning Neale Garvey yesterday at Winchester about noon, his Majesty being then on his way to Broadlands, his next remove; and I followed him presently and acquainted him with the contents, though somewhat late, at his

    Volume 181, June 1658, 1-5, 01 June 1658-30 June 1658

    scandalous Ministers, and their assistants, approved: Commissioners. Assistant Commissioners. William Lord Gough. Mr. Bragg of Portsmouth. John St. Barbe of Broadlands. " Taylor of Alresford. Nich. Love of Winton. " Hum. Weaver of Creadale. John Dunche. " Webb of Basingstoke. Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    Bp. of, see Wright, Dr. Rob. Bristow , Ellis Britain's Burse opening of Britten , Nich. Broadcloth , see Cloth. Broadlands , letter dated from Brocas , Sir Pexall Brockenbury , Ant. Brockhole Brocklesby , letters dated from Brodbridge , Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    co. Devon, 142. Brixton , Isle of Wight, 159 (2). Broad , Mr., 189 (2). -, -, sons of, 189. Broadlands , co. Hants, 42. Broadnax , Thos., 364. -, Capt., 94. Broadninch parish, 307. Broadridge , Col. Roger, 18, Subscribers-only content

 

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