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  • County: Berkshire, England
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
  • Type: Illustrated

Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

24 Jun 1837

Parliament, end* had some words t j, maintenance of his four daughters ® His Majesty immediately returned to the palace, and was greeted onßafflicting circumstances to state that his Majesty sufferedßthat his Majesty would yet live to see many suns down.®

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

8 Jun 1833

and Mrs Anson, Hon. Miss Bagot, Hon. Miss Paget, Hon. Mr Wellesley. Mr Duudas, Mr Drummond, Monsieur Dedel, Hon. Captain Rons, Captain llyng, Mr Greville, Mr J. Mills, M.P.. Colonel Uduy, Coknel B. Challoner, Mr Thornhill, Mr Hunter, Mr Cosby, Mr Irby

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

16 Sep 1821

o’clock In the evening, his Majesty, atrompajiied by Lord Craves, arrived at his Palace, in Pall-mall, his return from Ireland. His Ma- jesty slcot at Chapel-house, Oxfordshire, the preceding evening. It is fortunate that his Majesty resolved to proceed

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

20 Aug 1820

there English lady with her Royal Highness remember to have seen one English lady ; forget the n*ri> little thin one, I remember. Did not one these English ladies go with her Highness in the journey from Naples Homer don't r.- raemccr. What lady did accompany

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

28 Oct 1837

gage.--Apply (if by letter posiage paid;, Mr. Murray, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Uxbridge, Midulesex, MRS. CAL E V, MILLINER, DRESS MAKER, Sfc, to Her Majesty and Royal Family, BEGS to announce to the Ladies of Windsor, Kton, and Neighbourhood, she purposes

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

20 Jun 1840

Constance Paget. Lady A. M. Dawson. Marquis D’Harcourt, the Right Honourable George and Lady Agnes Byng, Lord Walpole, Lady Caroline l«onoz, Earl March, Earl and Countess of Orford, Mr. and Mrs. Brand, Mr. and Mrs. Uarcourt, Mr. H. F. and Mr. Cavendish, Miss

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

7 Mar 1840

Queen with his Koyal Highness Prince Albeit. His Royal Highness Prince Albert was attended by the following officers his household:—the Groom the Stoic; the Treasurer: Viscount Uorringdoii, gentleman of the bedchamber; Licut.-Colonel equerry; and Mr. Seymour

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

2 Sep 1837

rooming at his house Grosvenor-square. His symptoms were inflammatory, ami ultimately be died of exhaustion. Sir Coutts Trotter was in his 70th year, and for many years has been a principal partner the firm of Coutts s bank He will be succeeded in his title

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Type: Illustrated
Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

7 Jun 1845

One » « « Mr. Death’s Mi5dea1.. « Mr. Ongley’s Queen of the Gipsies Mr. Meiklam’s br. c. Godfrey » « Mr. Worley’s Example Mr. Gratwicke’s Needful 4 Mr. Mostyn’s A-la-mode Mr. Meiklam’s b. h. Poussin » ? Mr. Bowes’s ch. g. Baldersdale Mr. Herbert’s

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Type: Illustrated
Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

1 Aug 1846

Croft. Esq.. Mr. J. Cleave, Mr. Rhodes, Mr. Peirce. Mr. | Payn Mr. Good all, Mr. Wyatt, with Lillywhite. Bocks C. Coleridge. Esq., J. Chitty, Esq.. F. Whyraper, Esq., Dewer, Esq., Mr. Hyde. Mr. Byles, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. Smith Mr. Barksdon, View article

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

20 Apr 1822

prisoner gave various accounts as « becoming possessed the coat; but in his defenc • the simple Isle of his having found that and other article, tied in handkerchief, in the Park, hi* way to Datcbet Several persons were called character, who in general

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

17 Aug 1822

VAUGHAN, Mr. HAWES, and Mr. BELLAMY, Methinks hear,” Dr. Crotch. .4ir—Mr. VAUGHAN, and Chorus, Glory God,” (Joshua) • • tiayiiH. 'turn anil Trumpet Obligati —Mr. PETRIDE aud Mr. HAIU’LR. PART 111. FIRST MOVEMENT OE THE GRAND TE DEEM. Graun. Anthem —-Mrs. SALMON

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

20 Dec 1823

memory of his Lordship should erected some place to dcteimined corumillee. The as committee were then mentioned: —Mr. Sergeant Leu*, Mr. Sergeant, Vaughan, Mr. Bell, Mr, Heald, Mr. Kame, Mr. Jem*, Mr. Gurney, Mr, Adam, Sir W. Owen, Mr. here rum by, Mr.

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

10 Jul 1830

employment. Mr. of the the DQt&sure the remedy for the existing evils. Mr. said, if truck system were pvt down, the wsges the workmen would be reduced,—he believed it would let the workmen to whom ihey pl«ued,—those tire truck system, or-those did wet. Mr. U>«

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Windsor and Eton Express

Windsor and Eton Express Berkshire, England

30 Nov 1822

my Characlrr and Condurl tit' a criminal inlormnlion, apiin-l nu* in ihc u6Kli>'s Bench hv Mr. O'ltrillv, for -. n-linjc him ( he decided j and having i-laird dial I would m/hoAnor and reputalinn upon the that uroceeding, I now leave lliem form their

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