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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 31st May 1845

    Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 19 1st January 1845-30th June 1845 Volume Page Nos [210] Featured Names Charles Dss Roscburghe Dss of Buccleuch Duke of Beaufort Ld Levenson Ly Augusta Bruce Ly M Ly Sydney Miss Dawson Featured Places Kensington Gardens

    Saturday 25th April 1840

    Saturday 25th April 1840 (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Took leave of Mama, after breakfast. Wrote to Aunt Gloucester whose birthday it is, & read & signed. - Ld Melbourne came to me before 1.

    Monday 11th May 1840

    Monday 11th May 1840 (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription At 11. Albert drove me out in a new Pony Phaeton, in the Park & in Kensington Gardens , which were in great beauty. We then

    Friday 8th April 1842

    of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 13 1st January 1842-30th June 1842 Volume Page Nos 141-[142] Featured Names Charles Comus Duke of Cleveland Duke of Norfolk Ld Hertford Featured Places Hay market Kensington Gardens

    Friday 23rd April 1847

    Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 23 1st January 1847-31st July 1847 Volume Page Nos 123-124 Featured Names Dss of Sutherland Ld John Ly John Russell Featured Places Exeter Hall Kensington Gardens

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: foxhounds

    Sport, ancient and modern Hunting: foxhounds HUNTING FOXHOUNDS The only pack of foxhounds to which Middlesex can lay claim is the original Old Berkeley Hunt , which ceased to hunt the county more than half a century ago and

    Forestry

    Forestry FORESTRY The Domesday Survey affords conclusive evidence of the widespread and considerable character of the woods of Middlesex in the eleventh century, up to the very gates of the city of London . Woodland was of such great

    Paddington Introduction

    Paddington Introduction PADDINGTON Paddington, 1 apart from containing the G.W.R. Co .'s London terminus and St. Mary 's hospital, was notable mainly for contrasting social conditions, with fashionable terraces facing Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens , middle-class avenues around

    Paddington Bayswater

    Paddington Bayswater Bayswater Bayswater has come to be the name for the whole of the former Paddington metropolitan borough south of the railway. 31 The area described below, however, is the south-western part of Paddington , from the Kensington

    Paddington Public Services

    Paddington Public Services PUBLIC SERVICES. In 1440 Westminster abbey allowed the City of London to draw water from a close in Bayswater called Oxleas, which probably was bounded on the west by Bayswater brook. 17 In 1471 works were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I .CuuIL AND FASIIHOYBLES. ARRIVAL OF .THE RUSSU10N AND PRU~SI4I The Emperor Alexander and hi, Prussiann Majesty sniled from Banioal'ne, on Mortda5, in the 4-pregnable, rand reached Dover at half past sit in the everring, after a passage of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, JULY 27. A. aimtTAR affair of some consequence has at length occur- red is Spain, and one peculiarly interesting to Englishmen, from the honourable share their gallant countrymen have had in it. The French advanced upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; THE_0 SWISHI NCAP.; No. XXII-. THE: VALLEY OF LiLDIES. csieb noi finao qui, 6 io desiderato i r in pantses6ai vinina di slsgo, dove is non credtr che moi aciini fosse ditoi; *5 rhiat-aVisi IU deile Don.9" ID.bciMERoe.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. ON MAN'S ToA or THS DEITY.-HOW truly ridiculous are all the efforts which have been made by the best.and 'wisest. men of all nations to conceive, of Deity ? In what manner, have they thought, in what Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ = ~~~~~~~~~~~acready- ;DRURY LANE.-Tomorrow, Othello.Othello, Virginined. And Oberon.-Tuesday, Oberon. And WildterrWednd A iRoland for And Der Freischutz.-Thursday, The Way to Gt Married. And a grand f an Olirer.-Friday, Oberon. And Williac by Mr H' . ishop romantic Opera, Subscribers-only content

  • * Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical *

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    Anon, 'Punch Among the Roses', Punch 5 (1843) p.206

    Punch 5 (1843) 206 Punch Among the Roses Anon U Essay Botany, Horticulture, Education, Taxonomy, Amusement, Aesthetics Believes botany and horticulture are eminently 'liberal' sciences. Adds that 'we mean by Botany, the knowledge - and by Horticulture, the cultivation

    Anon, 'Lesion of the Lungs of London', Punch 42 (1862) p.59

    Punch 42 (1862) 59 Lesion of the Lungs of London Anon U News-Commentary, Drollery Dissection, Analogy, Environmentalism, Exhibitions, Industry, Commerce, Materialism Describes a proposed 'incision' to the 'right lung' - Kensington Gardens - of London. Explains that this cut

    Anon, 'A Jennerous Suggestion', Punch 57 (1869) p.11

    Punch 57 (1869) 11 A Jennerous Suggestion Anon U News-Commentary Medical Practitioners, Vaccination, Human Development, Disease, Heroism, Education Notes that during a recent House of Commons discussion on royal parks, Edgar A Bowring lamented the state of statues in

 

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