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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    MUSICAL & THEATRICAL EXAMINER. HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.-Oii Tuesday evening Madlle Caroline Duprez added the part of Adine in the Elisir d'Amore to her previous successes, and the rentrge of Lablache, in as full force as ever, gave apparently the Subscribers-only content

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    FOREIGN GLEANINGS. . , x -n MO i I Prince Metternich has been elected burgomaster of the brc' Plawss in Upper Austria, and in order to perpetuate the rfrefor0g fs of that election, he has founded in the town Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS AND OCCURRENCES. THE COLLISION ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAIL WAY -The further investigation into the circumstances attending the collision which oc- curred at Hornsey, was resumed on Wednesday. The driver, Pardington, and the fireman, Woods, who had charge Subscribers-only content

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    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. In the Central Criminal Court, on Monday, the recognlisances ofAlr Snape, the surgeon, chlrged wvith having caused the death of a pauper lunatic by improper treatmnent, were enlarged to the next session in the caise Subscribers-only content

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    LAW AND POLICE. " A DIRTY DIEFFaNc."-In the Court of Common Pleas, on Wednesday, two contractors, Messrs Friend and another, sued the clerk to the Local Board of Health of Worthing, to recover the price of certain sanitary works Subscribers-only content

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, '"What to Eat, Drink, and Avoid"', Punch 37 (1859) p.176

    Punch 37 (1859) 176 "What to Eat, Drink, and Avoid" Anon U News-Commentary, Drollery Societies, Nutrition Reports that a member of the British Association for the Advancement of Science has sent a copy of a book entitled 'What to

    Anon, 'How to Get up a Good Appetite', Punch 37 (1859) p.186

    Punch 37 (1859) 186 How to Get up a Good Appetite Anon U Notes, Drollery Societies, Patronage 'Dine at Balmoral with the British Association next year'. This is a reference to the apparently unsatisfactory meal provided at Balmoral Castle

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Balmoral Castle

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    (29th October, 1898) [Theater, Concerts, Cut-paper works] ^^,c>«V<U- <:,,^^, v''^ / VI 2G)ff? ©cfober, I898. ->-¦»¦ ¦» ? «- PROGRAMME J)ri'^T . . . ''' ]'a ]<• Vdi ])<n'<h)n7i(\'' I lionico and Juliet) , (iouyiotl? ^ \li;am and ]\Jr. Subscribers-only content

    Balmoral Castle. Oct. 23rd & 24th, 1890

    [Victoria, Theater, Amateur theatre, Vignettes, theatre] W^WWMWM^ m Balmoral GasTle. WW^^W^W^W^'W^W'. iii llll Oct. 25rd <-, 24th. i»^>0|||g|Pfe 7 I {' 'yyyyife mmim\ iitl#lll|iil#ill iiiiimmmiiiiiii ) iiiiiiiiilii /^ Its^^sai i[^^^E3l M ? ^ 't?S^S3^ fev^^E3 b\^^S3 t^^^S3 fa^^Bte3: il^^S^SS Subscribers-only content

    Her Majesty's servants

    (Her Majesty's servants) [Victoria, Theater, Amateur theatre, Theater programs, theatre] HER MAJESTY'S SERVANTS Will perform BARBARA. A COMEDY IN ONE AG1T. Barbara,? Lilie,? Cecil,? Finnicunr Hon. Mary Hughe.s.? Hon. Kthf.i. Cadogan.? Major S. Waller.? General Dennehy. ¦'¦'^ms^mmm^ ^^E3 CO Subscribers-only content

    Programme. Balmoral Castle. Nov. 3rd & 5th, 1892

    [Victoria, Theater, Amateur theatre, Vignettes, theatre] 'no I J \//-^'''-''c/ -^"-W ^'.' iuoo.i^7(i,)iv.((/? "3CHI3COS •S3Hl)nH AHVIM -UOJl (09 P93b *MOpi.V\ TJ) IIJ3A3J -SJl^ •a^i^OA ^Hoxaiv 'uon (S9 paSc) jiuq -js TO •^jopDJoq^ •:iJBa 'ONflOA SaiBVHO J!S ^9 iij9¥ ano Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Balmoral Castle

    Balmoral Castle Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Queen Victoria and Prince Albert bought the lease of their dear paradise in the Highlands on 17th February 1848 (they did not buy it outright until 1852), and arrived to take possession on 8th


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