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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 9th September 1837

    Chancellor Ld Conyngham Ld Lilford Lord Alfred Paget Lord Chancellor Lord Conyngham Lord Lilford Lord and Lady Albemarle Ly C. Copley Ly Cottenham Ly Tavistock Miss Cavendish Monarch Mr Murray Mr.Murray Sir Edward Cust Uncle C Featured Places Bagshot Park

    Thursday 7th November 1833

    Thursday 7th November 1833 (Principal Royal Residence) Kensington Palace Lord Esher's typescripts Transcription Thursday,7th November.- I awoke at ½ past 6 and got up at ½ past 7. At ½ past 8 we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we

    Thursday 7th November 1833

    Thursday 7th November 1833 Queen Victoria's handwriting Transcription Thursday, 7th November. - I awoke at ½ past 6 and got up at ½ past 7. At ½ past 8 we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we left Hartford Bridge

    Wednesday 21st August 1839

    Wednesday 21st August 1839 (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Lord Esher's typescripts Transcription Wednesday, August 21 - Got up at 10 and breakfasted at ½ p. Saw Victoire &c. Signed. Wrote my journal. At 1 came Lord Melbourne and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Windlesham

    Parishes Windlesham WINDLESHAM Wyndesham (xiii cent.); Wyndelesham (xiv cent.); Wynsham (xvii cent.). Windlesham is a parish on the north-west border of the county, 25 miles from London . It contains 5,672 acres, and measures 5 miles from north-east to

    Roman catholicism

    Roman catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM In the later 16th century and the early 17th Roman Catholic worship in the Colchester area centred mainly around the Audleys of Berechurch who were active recusants for over 140 years. Catherine Audley (d. 1611),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTH. A manifesto of his Majesty the Fmpelor of Russia announces the accouchemeft of the Grand Duchess Helen, consort of the Grand Duke Michael, of a daughter, on the 27th of Oct. MARRIED. On the 5th ult. at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Dececooer 12. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. T. NV. Carr and J. MiusseI, Fen court, Fenclvarch street, customn-honse agents-S. Chiesman and J. Nelson, Leeds, auctioneers-W. Budd and J. W. Grose, Devon. poct, drapers-Bickinothaws, Gibson, and Huntley, Netherton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ZJrW5 o-f fly 'Mh I.,t. Home Notes. The annual prize cattle show of the Smithfield Club was opened at the Agricaltural Hall, Islington, on Monday last. The exhibition consisted of sixty-three classes, nuam- bering 427 entries, irrespective of extra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LIBERAL MEETING AT RUGBY. The -last. of the series of introductory meeStings in con- 1 neetlon.vith -the candidature of Mr. A. Cameron Corbett Du co.for North Warwiekohire, was held last evening, at the whi took Town Hall, Riugby. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STATE OF MELAND, THE LOUGH MASKI MURDE RS. At Green Street Commission Court, Dublin, on Satur- day morming, Mr. Justice O'Brien summed up in the trial of Higgins for the murder of Joseph Huddy. The learned Judge said Subscribers-only content

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