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Permanent record of Queen Victoria"s state visit to Derby

Permanent record of Queen Victoria"s state visit to Derby

containing a complete, authentic and numerously illustrated account of the various ceremonies....

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Published by Hobson in Derby .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Victoria, -- Queen of Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title; The Queen"s state visit to Derby, May 21st 1891 : illustrated memorial volume.

    Other titlesThe Queen"s state visit to Derby, May 21st 1891.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18867836M

      - A selection of Queen Victoria’s school copy books will be available for viewing at the National Archives at Kew for the first time. - “Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Scrapbook”, a website focused on Queen Victoria’s life and reign, including her Diamond Jubilee in , was launched by Buckingham Palace in April Queen Victoria was born on She was the daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, minor son of the reigning King George III, and Victoire of Saxe-Coburg, a German princess. Both her father and grandfather died in , the year her uncle succeeded as King George IV. When George died.

    Family History Tree Genealogy Derbyshire. Sign in to check out Check out as a guest. Lost certificates of Knight's fees for the counties of Nottingham and Derby from Red Book of the Exchequer with history ().pdf. Memorials of old Derbyshire ().pdf Permanent record of Queen Victoria's state visit to Derby ().pdf. Queen Victoria was so captivated by the Great Exhibition that she visited 33 times during its run from May to October Despite the official guide book stating that no objects other than catalogues, refreshments and flowers were to be sold, the Queen made numerous purchases through one of the Commissioners of the Exhibition, Charles.

    Queen Victoria. 5K likes. A history on Queen Victoria and her ers: K. Background and education. Evans was the son of William Evans of Allestree, Derby, who was an MP and High Sheriff, and his wife Mary Gisborne. The Evans family had made a fortune from lead mines at Bonsall, and an iron slitting and rolling mill in Derby and a cotton mill at Darley Abbey. They also owned the Evans Bank in Derby. However it was Evans' uncle, Samuel Evans, who ran the business.


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ALFRED SEALE HASLAM, Mayor. Record of the Queen's State Visit to Derby. The Casket was made unusually large in order to take the bound book (12 in. by 9 in.) which contained the illuminated address of the Corporation to Her Majesty the Queen.

The foundation-stone of the new Derbyshire Infirmary is composed of a block of this Bentley Brook stone, four feet by two feet by one foot six inches, and the memorial stone laid by the Queen, which consists of Aberdeen granite, rests upon this. Record of the QueerCa State Visit to Derby.

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Following the transfer of community services to the London Road Community Hospital located further south-east along London Road, the infirmary closed in and most of the buildings were demolished in spring Coordinates: 52°54′54″N 1°28′16″W / °N.

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