The Illustrated London News Volume 5

The Illustrated London News Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1845 edition. Excerpt: ...Pavilion, at Brighton, for the Castle, on Tuesday next There is now not the least. doubt of her Majesty, accompanied by his Royal Highness Prince Albert, and a portion of the Infant Royal Family, paying IA visit to the Isle of Wight during the autumn. Osborne House, small, confined, and inconvenient as it is, and in every respect unbefitting the residence of the Sovereign, is now in course of preparation for the reception of the Court, which is expected to arrive there immediately after the departure of the French Monarch from Vindsor. Ve have some reason to believe that it is the intention of the Queen to honour Brighton with a visit, on her Majesty's return from Scotland. VISIT or Elna Masasrr 'ro 'ran Inna or Vnu'r.-It is most likely the Court intends to sojourn some time at the Isle of Wight. The Monkey, one of her Mnjeity's steam-vessels, has proceeded to Brighton, to be placed under the orders of the Lrirl Chamberlain, to take furniture, &c., from the Royal Pavilion to the Isle of Wight. Tn: Rovat. CiiiLnxais.--We are happy to announce that the Prince of Wales, the Princess Alice, and Prince Alfred, continue at the Pavilion, Brighton, in excellent health. The Royal Infants are taken carriage airings daily on the cliffs, and the elder ones occasionally take pedestrian exerciie on the Chair Pier, attended by Dowager Lady Lyttcltori. The time fixed for their departure for Windsor is next Tues ay. Tu: Kim: or was BlLGIAN8.--TI16 Brussels Gazette states that King Leopold has been slightly hurt in the leg while following the chase at Ardennea. Tn: Quaan Dowliosit arm rin Ducuass or Ksri'r.--I-Ier Majesty the Queen Dowager and her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, have left Gopsall, Lcicestcrsbire, the seat of Earl Howe, more

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  • Paperback
  • 189 x 246 x 38mm | 1,320g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236942590
  • 9781236942593