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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 9th July 1838

    would be a good deal in the Hse of Lds tonight about the Plurality Bill; there is likewise the 3rd Reading of the Irish Pour Law Bill, but he did not think he could get to it tonight. Tomorrow there

    Tuesday 14th August 1838

    the Tin Duties Bill had passed through the committee, but he feared that it would opposed tomorrow, on the 3rd Reading . The Hse of C. had not yet finished sitting & Ld M. feared the Prorogation would not be

    Thursday 29th April 1841

    - Read Despatches, rested & wrote my Journal. - At 6 I drove out with Mary & Sarah Mary - Reading & writing. - After dinner we went to the Opera, as last time, Mama joining us there. "Otello" was

    Saturday 22nd May 1841

    the Child, after breakfast, & then took an hour's walk. - Reading & writing, saw the Judge Advocate, signed. Ld Melbourne came before luncheon. Amongst other things he said "You must not expect that the Tories will let us go

    Tuesday 19th April 1842

    arranged costumes. - Wrote & read. - Saw Sir R. Peel & talked of last night's Division upon the 1rst Reading of the Income Tax Bill, & c. -. Albert went to his Commission after luncheon, & I drove out

    Saturday 31st December 1842

    than his previous ones. - After luncheon we walked out & visited the stables, looking at all the horses. - Reading & writing as usual in the evening. - Mama & her Lady, Col; Bouverie, &c dined & at 10

    Thursday 23rd February 1843

    trinkets, &c. - Saw Aunt Gloucester, - looking very well. - We took a short walk again, after luncheon. - Reading & playing, as usual. - Heard from Alexandrine, who is much better. - The Ashleys, Ansons & Ld Canning

    Friday 9th February 1844

    - Reading & writing, after our dinner. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 17 1st January 1844-31st July 1844 Volume Page Nos [44] Featured Names Featured Places Reading

    Thursday 24th October 1844

    stallion, called " Tajar ", which belongs to Albert, & is extremely easy in his faces, & very quiet. - Reading , & writing &c. - After our little "tête à tête dinner, we played & sang. - Further Details

    Tuesday 30th September 1845

    of granite, & is so like the good, faithful old dog, who really well deserved this mark of recollection. - Reading like yesterday, & Mama dined with us "à 3" in the Oak Room. After she had left, we played

    Saturday 25th October 1845

    was fine, back got extremely cold. - Received such a beautiful, affecate & grateful letter from the dear Queen. - Reading , as usual. - We dined alone & then played on 2 pianos with Ly M t Edgecumbe &

    Wednesday 26th November 1845

    dull all day. - After luncheon Albert drove me out, & we took a short walk on coming back. - Reading , writing & working. - Dinner as yesterday with the addition of Mr Anson, who had just arrived. -

    Thursday 15th January 1846

    with Matilda Paget & Ld Ormonde . We walked home from the Aviary, & it was quite like spring. - Reading , & playing. - The Children come every evening to my room. - Dinner as yesterday, with the addition

    Tuesday 10th March 1846

    Govt. The Corn Resolutions were reported. - the Corn Bill brought in & read a 1rst time, & the 2nd Reading fixed for the 16th. The Resolution on Maize, Rice & Buck wheat were reported, - & those articles will

    Saturday 2nd May 1846

    been read a 1rst time last night, the division causing the Govt to obtain a majority of 149. The 2nd Reading is fixed for the 25th of the May. - I saw Dr Lucock , who thought me most particularly

    Friday 22nd October 1847

    We walked down to the Aviary, where we amused ourselves for some time in feeding our very tame poultry. - Reading & working. - We dined alone. Afterwards I read to Albert, & we played. - Heard from Ld John

    Monday 29th November 1847

    - We took a long walk after breakfast, & after luncheon drove with Alice, Affie, & the 2 Ladies. - Reading , writing & playing. - Dinner with our people. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal

    Saturday 10th February 1849

    Gillett, in the Plate Raven here. Albert has had him as valet, ever since August. - Out till 11. - Reading & writing, &c. - Marochetti brought Albert's bust in marble, which is very like, & only requires a few

    Monday 19th June 1854

    reputation! - Pedro & Louis , &c went to the City, where there was to be a great luncheon. - Reading & writing in the summer house & then walking. - A dinner "à 4", Everything had gone off well

    Friday 4th August 1854

    we came in, continuing all day. - The Govt has been successful in the Hse of Lds, on the 2nd Reading of the Bribery Bill, which it had been feared they would be beaten on. - Sir George Cathcart ,

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