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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 1st April 1839

    of various topics which I had written to him about, and seemed in good spirits; he was just starting for Panshanger ; he sent me a letter from Mr. Anson to him. Mr. Anson is such an excellent, nice young

    Tuesday 2nd April 1839

    We came home immediately after the 2nd Piece, at a ¼ p.11. Got a long letter from Lord Melbourne from Panshanger , in which he says he is well, but had not been out, as the weather had been so

    Tuesday 2nd April 1839

    best in the 1rst piece. We then went home on my return, got a long letter from Ld Melbourne, from Panshanger , in which he said he was well, but had not been able to get out owing to the

    Friday 6th September 1839

    Anne,” he said, giving me a very amusing one from Lady Cowper to read, who wants him to come to Panshanger ; which I said I hoped he would not think of doing, for that she had already carried him

    Tuesday 21st August 1838

    going to dine at Holland House ; to go down to Brocket Hall next day, and to go over to Panshanger on Thursday, and come up to Town again on Friday evening. I said I hoped Lord Melbourne would bring

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St. Andrew Rural

    of Panshanger . 9 In 1474 the manor of Blakemere was conveyed with Panshanger , 10 but in 1492 lands only are mentioned, 11 and after this date it apparently became amalgamated with Panshanger . Panshanger The manor of PANSHANGER

    Parishes Bramfield

    the public house and Bacon's Farm. This latter is a small estate in the south, and is held with the Panshanger estate in which Lady Cowper has a life interest. The subsoil is chalk and the surface soil gravel with

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    shafts. The southern half of Panshanger Park is included in this parish, the River Mimram , which runs through the centre of the park, forming part of the boundary. At the south-western corner of Panshanger Park , on the Hertford

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    , St. Nicholas, and All Saints with Brickendon Holy Cross . 44 For lay taxation, however, Brickendon and Blakemere (afterwards Panshanger ) were assessed separately from the borough. 45 The estate of Waltham Abbey , the 'Liberty of Brickendon ,'

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He fought the partisans of the house of Hatfield on three occasions, sometimes with the help of the house of Panshanger, and sometimes without it; but always in his own daring, rollicking, out-and-out style, in which the use of money, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Exhibition, which will remain a local attraction for a week to come. On Monday there were Volunteer reviews at Panshanger, the seat of Earl Cowper in Hertfordshire, and on Tooting Common. The muster of the metropolitan regiments was unusually Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 agst Mr. iA ro iseacre, and 20 to 1 any otleer.-Marplot cut out the work from Mfr. I, Piafreand Panshanger, witis Von der Tann last, and in this Thi order they ran to the top turn, where Wisearre drew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    did the tielders.a turn in the Selling a llurdla Race, and backers were unfortunate in the next event, as c Panshanger, who hails from the same stable, was only backed by select few. School Girl had the strongest following for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pa:;vilion. Mtr. Charles Groville wvas pleasantly struck by the novelty wvhen he svas staying with Lord and Lady C'ouper at Panshanger, at Christ- mae, 1829, and there also Miadamne de L~ieven got up and superintended the fte. The Queen is Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases brought before the committee, January 1644, 01 January 1644-31 January 1644

    his assessment of 20 l . he be respited till Waller has paid the contract money. 2 230 John Slaney, Panshanger, Co. Herts. 3 Jan. 1644. Vol. A No. or p. Assessed at 800 l . 63 191 6 Feb. Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    co. Northants, 194. Slade , John, receives materials allocated to St. Michael's Mount, 243, 244. Slaney (Slaynaye), John [? of Panshanger ] , co. Herts, in arrears with contribution towards defence of King of Bohemia, 126. Sleidanus , Johannes, Professor

    Index, P, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    743, 751. -, -, letter from, ii. 591. -, -, letter to, ii. 277. -, -, commission for, ii. 740. Panshanger , Herts, i. g. 1166 (42). Pantas park. See Penshurst. Panter , David. See Paniter. Panters. See Penshurst. Pantre

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