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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

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    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

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    . 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

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    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

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    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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    -Saynay and -Tubw..a PSps. . LOSDQae, A1102tA, FX;- Hi A German Mall has bronght Papars fronsVienna of so late a date as the 3d & 4th inst.' The intelligence relates aimost solely to Wneae, and has claim to attention, Subscribers-only content

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    Newmarket Second October Meeting. ; Tuesday. - Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 so vs. each, T. Y. C won by a head oidy, by Lord Ezeter'9 f. by Sultan (Advance,) beating Lord Egremont's brother to Lap-dog, and «ight others.*- Fifty Subscribers-only content

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    Domestic. The King's Court. - His Majesty held a Court on Monday at Windsor, which was at- tended by the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Pre- sident of the Council, the Lord Privy Seal, the First Lord of the Treasury, Subscribers-only content

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    ~~~ »/ ' 4 HER MAJESTY, $c. (From our Correspondent.) Windsor, Thursday. This morning his Royal Highness Prince Albert, at. tended by Colonel Wylde, Captain Seymour, and Mr. G. E. Anson, rode on horseback to Sandpit Gate, in the Subscribers-only content

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    THE KING. WINDSOR, MONDAT, JULY 5. Yesterday evening the King entertained a select Dinner Party at the Royal Lodge. This afternoon his Majesty and Suite left the Lodge in the pony phaetons, and drove to Virginia Water, where the Subscribers-only content

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    THE KING. WINDSOR, Tm.-._ DAT , j ULY 15. Yesterday the unfavourable state of the weather prevented his Majesty from taking his customary drive in the Great Park. This afternoon the King left the Royal Lodge a little _ Subscribers-only content

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    y -„--- _4^^_S___^<A-i__k v THE KING. WINDSOR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28. This afterneon, shortly before two O'clock, his Majesty left the Royal Lodge in his pony phaeton, accompanied by his usual attendants and outriders, and drove through the delightful rides Subscribers-only content

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    THE KING. WINDSOR, AVGUST 6. Yesterday afternoon his Majesty took an early drive in his pony phaeton, accompanied by the Marquis Conyngham and his usual attendants, round Bishopsgate to Virginia Water. After his Majesty had passed some time at Subscribers-only content

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    THE KING. WINDSOR, WOMBAT, AUG. 23. This morning, after breakfast, tbe K_»g took an airing in the grounds attached to the Royal Lodge, and at two o'clock, went in his ponj phaeton through the newly formed ride to Sandpit Subscribers-only content

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    -• ■' • 'I t_sy Ai^'-*m\^ -&\>^&-*"£A <---> 7 3^ V <l_H^^J^ l^ <$f_ £?* THB KING. Thts morning the weather being favourable his Ma JE sty walked after breakfast thLghTh^ttnd surrounding the Great Park. f. V llt _ Subscribers-only content

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    ( -__0^ ' '^^^^^^W^ THE KINO It is with the greatest pleasure we announce the increased enjoyment of health which his Majesty has, and continues to experience during his residence in Windsor Great Park. On Friday afternoon his Majesty Subscribers-only content

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    frPti r\^'-&<:&£&- - Jdr' £&>« lfi<^i r *£v T^k^0 X THB KINO. „, . WINDSOR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4. I his afternoon, soon after three o'clock, his Ma- jesty left the Royal Lodge in his phaeton, drawn by two beautiful Subscribers-only content

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    .".:*.;i'agn*'' -N/ r •>. <>■;; *•_ *".••/*, * 'V *•.>"*-. «-*i*»*-- ■■» THE KINO. WINDSOR, THURSDAY. OCT. 14. resterday afternoon his Majesty left the Royal Lodge, at three o'clock, iv his pony phaeton, ac- companied only by the Marquis Subscribers-only content

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    ' - _? ;!^ s nc_3 7» n', ; "*->^'-' -?.i .I"*' THE KINO O E* •_ i. w '»DSOR, SUNDAY, OCT. 1/. mr,V« f y uf ft6 _?°e n ' the weather having become more favourable, his Majesty Subscribers-only content

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    THE KING. WINDSOR, FRIDAY, DEC. 24. Yesterday the weather being remarkably fine, his Majesty left the Royal Lodge at one o'clock, in his pony phaeton, accompanied by the Marquis Conyngham, and proceeded through the various drives to Virginia Water. Subscribers-only content

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