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    Friday 3rd July 1846

    to Albert's room, where I found dear Ld Aberdeen , who talked of the strange state of affairs, & of Sir Robert Peel's speech. No one knows exactly what will happen. Ld Aberdeen , most amiably, says his only regret

    Saturday 16th December 1854

    Ly M. Hood , & Gen: Barnard , (staying the night) dined, Ld Breadalbane sat next to me. - - Aberdeen informed me this morning that the Vote of Thanks had been carried triumphantly in the Hse of Lds &

    Sunday 9th May 1841

    to do so, on account of the Sugar Duties which must pass. We then talked of Peel's people, - of Aberdeen , whom Ld Melbourne knows very well & thinks a clever, gentlemanlike, & good sort of man, passionate, but

    Sunday 8th June 1845

    Sir Robert Peel, Ld Aberdeen , & Liverpool dined. Sat between Nemours & Charles . Afterward we looked at the Album d' Eu (the King's present) & at same of his five books. Talked to Ld Aberdeen of a wish

    Wednesday 11th June 1845

    dance, in which all joined, including Mama, Sir Robert Peel, the Duke of Rutland , (who made wonderful steps) & Aberdeen ! We danced till ½ p. 12. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence)

    Monday 8th December 1845

    Govt a little while, when he will fail, & resign. We repeated again & again what a loss Peel & Aberdeen will be to us. - It was a wet afternoon, & we were busy the whole time writing. -

    Tuesday 18th September 1849

    did on foot. The views all round were quite beautiful & so extensive, that one could see the hills beyond Aberdeen , called Bennachie. It became very hot & felt like July, having been quite cold when we 1rst started.

    Tuesday 28th December 1852

    Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 34 1st August 1852-31st December 1852 Volume Page Nos [268]-273 Featured Names Ld A Ld Aberdeen Ld Canning Ld Carlisle Ld Clanricarde Ld John Ld Malmesbury Mr Walpole Sir R. Peel Featured Places Aberdeen Malmesbury

    Saturday 24th December 1853

    could have been persuaded to take office. Ld Aberdeen left us at ½ p. 5. Copies of Letters sent by Ld Aberdeen on the 26th, with the prefixed note. - Ld Aberdeen with his most humble duty has the honour

    Saturday 22nd June 1839

    Lady Normanby Ld Castlereagh Ld Cathcart Ld Eliser Ld Liverpool Ld Londonderry Lord Aberdeen Lord Cathcart Lord Hastings Lord Liverpool Lord Londonderry Ly Normanby Miss Anson Mme Persiani Mme.Persiani Mr Byng Mr. Byng Mr. Murray Featured Places Aberdeen Hastings Morpeth

    Thursday 21st May 1846

    was so dear & droll. It had become colder. - Mama, &c, the Buccleuchs, Ld Aberdeen , Ly Villiers & Mr Courtenay dined. Lord Aberdeen told me, that St. Aulaire had appeared much more surprised than displeased at the communication

    Monday 6th July 1846

    Page Nos [12]-[15] Featured Names Ld A Ld Aberdeen Ld De Ld Fortescue Ld George Bentinck Ld John Ld P Ld Steward Lord Aberdeen Maj: Chevalier Ruffs Sir J. Graham Sir James Graham Sir Robert Featured Places Aberdeen Ireland Tunis

    Friday 8th September 1848

    Proceeded through the town & principal streets of Aberdeen , which are very fine, & entirely built of granite, There is a bridge, over which we went, connecting the new & old Aberdeen, much the same as at Edinburgh. The

    Friday 7th April 1854

    knowledge of Ld Palmerston having declared to Ld Aberdeen , that he would never consent to a 2nd reading of the Bill, "we shall have December all over again", to which Ld Aberdeen replied, "I'll take care that does not

    Monday 10th April 1854

    Grey Lord Duc de Cambridge Duke of New Duke of Newcastle Ld A Ld Aberdeen Ld Canning Ld John Ld P Ld Raglan Lord Aberdeen Ly John Mr Wellesley Sir Ed: Landseer Sir J. Graham Featured Places Aberdeen France Malta

    Thursday 8th June 1854

    order. - We afterwards saw Ld Aberdeen . I copy part of the following report of what passed between us written by Albert after the Council) the Duke of Newcastle . " Ld Aberdeen represented that what was intended was

    Friday 15th September 1854

    ¼ to 9 by the well known line, - Linlithgow , - Stirling, - Forfar , - Perth, - by Aberdeen & on the Banchory , where we left the train, lunched, & proceeded by road to Balmoral. Vicky, Bertie

    Thursday 1st February 1855

    strength, to make an efficient Prime Minr. Although Ld John had often said to him, "had you been in " Aberdeen 's place, my position would have been quite different," - he felt sure that Ld John would soon tire

    Saturday 21st September 1844

    From here, we could see Mar Forest, & from the hill, called Scarsach, we could see the Counties, of Perth, Aberdeen & Inverness . We descended from this highest Peak & proceeded to meet Albert, whom I descried, coming toward

    Thursday 7th September 1848

    'Victoria and Albert' Royal Yacht Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 26 1st August 1848-31st December 1848 Volume Page Nos [46]-47 Featured Names Ld Aberdeen Ld Lieut Ld Normanby Ld P Professor of Marischal College Featured Places Aberdeen Austria England France Italy

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