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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 20th April 1840

    Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 9 1st January 1840-30th June 1840 Volume Page Nos 203-Foldout Featured Names Col: Bouverie Col: Brown Col: Reid Dss of Sutherland Duke of Sutherland Ld Kinnaird Ly Anna Maria Ly Kinnaird Featured Places Ascot Heath

    Tuesday 8th June 1841

    Tuesday 8th June 1841 (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription We went up to see the Child, after breakfast & later we took her into the Corridor, where all the Ladies & Gentlemen were assembled, &

    Tuesday 28th May 1839

    Tuesday 28th May 1839 Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Writing letters & my Journal, & at 12 set off for Ascot , Mama, the Gd Duke & Pce Henry of the Netherlands, driving in the open carriage with me, the

    Monday 6th February 1854

    Monday 6th February 1854 (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription We saw Ld Aberdeen after breakfast, before he left. He is still full of hope that it will not come to a war, thought admitting the

    Saturday 17th November 1838

    Saturday 17th November 1838 Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Signed & wrote my Journal. At ½ p. 12, Ld Melbourne came to me, & remained some time. He told me he had heard from Mr Rice , who had been

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. CIRURCK AND STATE.-The Church Established by Law extracts from the already over-taxed industry of this country an income greater than the incomes of all the " churches" of the world put together. About 6,000 church livings are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I NOTABILIA. COMFORT TO TIRE PEOPLE OF GOOD HEART AND WrAn BonIEs._ "The quantity of vitality does not appear to bear any relation in indivi- duals to bulk, to strength, or to constitution; that is to say, to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PARLIAMENT. THE KING'S THEATRE. Monday, June 18. Lord KING presented a petition from several parishes in Cornwall, praying for a better distribution of tithes, which they called, as he did, *'"public property." He was glad that a knowledge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. ASSAULT UPON HIS MAJESTY. On the first day of Ascot Heath Races (Tuesday), and just after their Majesties had witnessed the first race, from the front of the grand stand, a manl dressed like a sailor, threw a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZES. ABINGDON-WEvNEsP4Y, 4uG. 22. TvsAri OF DENS}S COLLINS, FOR A TE4ASeONABLE ASSAULT ON MIS 0'AjjSTY.-ThiS trial excited a very little interest; a few ladies and 'enitfemen attended in the galleries, beit very few of the populace as. elhsed, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A, 01 January 1713-31 December 1713

    Index A A A. B. , letter signed, 157, 360. A. B. C. , letter signed, 244. Abbit , Thomas, master of the Katherine , 277. -, William, master of the Prosperouse , 446. Abbot , Adam, master of

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Visit of the Queen to Northampton, 1844

    19 r and committed in cold blood. Not the murder of one solitary individual, which sometimes occurs in our own country, and which is sufficient to fill every well constituted mind with horror at its atrocity. " But public Subscribers-only content

 

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