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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 11th January 1851

    Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 31 1st January 1851-30th June 1851 Volume Page Nos 13-[14] Featured Names Ld John Ly T. Wemyss Mr Coltrill Mrs Phipps Featured Places Sandpit Gate

    Saturday 17th April 1841

    Volume 11 1st January 1841-30th June 1841 Volume Page Nos 131-[134] Featured Names Anson Archbishop of York Col: Bouverie Col: Wemyss Dss of Bedford Ld Ebrington Ld Kinnaird Mrs George Hope Queen Anne Featured Places Cumberland Lodge Ride Sandpit Gate

    Wednesday 4th June 1851

    Wednesday 4th June 1851 (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription A fine, but chilly morning. - We took a long walk, to the Gardens & then in the Frogmore grounds, having taken leave before of "

    Tuesday 16th August 1842

    Tuesday 16th August 1842 (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription We walked after breakfast, with Papa, in a shady place. The heat still intense. - Read & wrote, & then went up to the Nursery, where

    Tuesday 2nd October 1838

    Tuesday 2nd October 1838 (Principal Royal Residence) Windsor Castle Lord Esher's typescripts Transcription Sunday, October 2.- Got up before 9 breakfasted at ½ p. before I dressed. Read in Walpole's life. Took leave of Lady Portman (whose waiting is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I NEWSPAPER CHAT. Joseph Bonaparte, known by the name of Count de Sureililers, sad who is reiiding in the United States, where lie does a great dea; of good is nlow engaged in writing a commentary on all the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT AND FASHION. 0. I Her Majesty, Prince Albert, the Duchess of Kent, and the Royal and distinguished visitors, attended Divine Service on Sunday in the Private Chaptl. In the afternoon the Court promenaded the New Terrace, and proceeded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . THE CHASE. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Her Majest's stag -hounds will meefonsMonday, April18th, at Manor House; on Wednesday, 20th, at Boidrewood Lodge-at eleven. Theserefordhire houndswilimeetonTuesdayApril18th, atFown- hope; and on Friday, 21st, at Bacho-at ten. The Brookside harriers will meet on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S"I T.DAI; - SUNDAY TCESDy Iy' PSTS . I wh, ,g' P7na >.s .1 l11oXn&ij Nov. 51. F'ile sets of-Fi3'~ch- napers. un1dldch the ~tats of. thle wea- ttiand, hetsa( preventyd rellchiwin this country alince I'ecnesday, rl azrhvi;i at a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smnday and TliesdaY's Posts. - IONDO.V, IosDAY, Nov. '. Dispatches from Sir G. Don, the Lieut.-Governor of Gibraltar, and fromn the British Consul at Algiers, were received at the Colonial Office on Saturday- The Ga-eLe de France of Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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