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Sandringham Alibi Discredited

Post by Karen on Sun 7 Nov 2010 - 12:07

The Court Circulars reported that Prince Albert Victor was in Sandringham on the date of Mary Jane Kelly's death, however, this newspaper of November 11, 1888 reported that Prince Albert Victor only left London on November 12 for Copenhagen. Meanwhile his father left London on Friday afternoon of November 9, 1888, for Sandringham and his son did not accompany him.

"The Prince of Wales left Marlborough house on Friday afternoon (November 9) for Sandringham.
Prince Albert Victor has been granted long leave of absence from his military duties, and leaves London for Copenhagen, to represent the Prince and Princess of Wales at the celebration in honour of the 25th anniversary of the accession of the King of Denmark to the throne."

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, November 11, 1888, Page 12

Here is the official report of his departure for Copenhagen:

The Princess of Wales, who was accompanied by Prince Albert Victor and Princess Victoria, left London on Monday night for Copenhagen, in order to attend the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the accession of King Christian IX, to the throne of Denmark.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, November 18, 1888, Page 6

N.B. This is probably why the police had George Hutchinson give a written statement on November 12 at 6:00 p.m. - since Prince Albert Victor left London on Monday night (Nov. 12) to go to Copenhagen.




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To Copenhagen

Post by Karen on Sun 7 Nov 2010 - 12:21

As of November 6, newspapers were reporting that Prince Albert Victor would be proceeding to Copenhagen and no mention is made at all of him leaving for Sandringham to celebrate his father's birthday.

Prince Albert Victor has again been granted "leave of absence from his military duties, so that he may proceed to Copenhagen for the forthcoming Jubilee celebrations. When, it may be asked, will the young Prince be granted leave to continue his military duties and learn something at least of the "bookish theorie," if not the setting of a squadron in the field?

Source: The Echo, Tuesday November 6, 1888

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Re: Sandringham Alibi Discredited

Post by Karen on Sun 7 Nov 2010 - 16:27

Here is another reference of Prince Albert Victor heading to Copenhagen, and this appeared on November 2, 1888.

It is probable that Prince Albert Victor will proceed to Copenhagen to represent the Royal Family of England at the fetes which are to take place in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the King of Denmark's accession to the Throne.

Source: Hornsey And Middlesex Messenger, Friday November 2, 1888

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Arrived In Sandringham on Nov. 10

Post by Karen on Sun 7 Nov 2010 - 17:27

This report states that Prince Albert Victor arrived in Sandringham on Saturday November 10, 1888, which left him free, in London, on the evening of Nov. 8 - Nov. 9:

The Prince of Wales has promised to preside at next year's Eisteddfod, which will be held at Brecon. As he could not undertake to be present before the beginning of September, the date, which was fixed for the middle of August, will be altered. On Wednesday the Prince was present at a football match between the Canadians and the Swifts at the Kennington Oval. On Friday the Prince arrived at Sandringham for the winter season. On the following day Prince Albert Victor also went to Sandringham.

Source: The Guardian, November 17, 1888, Page 1669

N.B. This means that Prince Albert Victor arrived in Sandringham on Saturday November 10, 1888, leaving him free in London in the early morning hours of the 9th, to do as he desired.

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Actual Timeline

Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 14:02

Prince Albert Victor's Whereabouts From August - November 1888

August 7 - HUDDERSFIELD, YORKSHIRE

Yesterday a telegram was received in Huddersfield, where Prince Albert Victor was to have visited the Yorkshire Agricultural Show, stating that he was confined to his room by a swollen foot, and that he would probably be unable to travel during the week.

August 30 - September 9 - DANBY LODGE, GROSMONT, YORKSHIRE

Prince Albert Victor of Wales, who has been the guest of Viscount and Viscountess Downe, at Danby lodge, Grosmont, Yorkshire, during the last ten days, left on Friday (Sept. 7th) to rejoin his regiment, the 10th Hussars, at York.


September 27 - October 3: SCOTLAND

On Thursday afternoon (Sept. 27th) the Princess of Wales, with Prince Albert Victor and her daughters, visited the Queen. In the evening, the Marquis of Hartington, who has been staying at Mar Lodge, and also Earl Cadogan, dined with the Royal Family. On Sunday morning (Sept. 30th) divine service was performed at the Castle in the presence of the Royal Family; the Rev. A. Wallace Williamson, of St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, officiating. The Princess of Wales, with her daughters and son, had luncheon with the Queen. In the evening the Rev. A. Wallace Williamson had the honour of dining with the Royal Family.

November 8 - November 10 - LONDON

Mary Jane Kelly murdered in the early morning of November 9.

November 10 - November 12 - SANDRINGHAM, NORFOLK

The Queen, according to the latest arrangements is expected to arrive at Windsor castle early on Friday morning, the 16th inst., from Scotland.

The Prince of Wales left Marlborough house on Friday afternoon (Nov. 9th) for Sandringham. On Friday the Prince of Wales arrived at Sandringham for the winter season.

On the following day (Nov. 10th) Prince Albert Victor also went to Sandringham.

Prince Albert Victor has been granted long leave of absence from his military duties, and leaves London for Copenhagen, to represent the Prince and Princess of Wales at the celebrations in honour of the 25th anniversary of the accession of the King of Denmark to the throne.

The Princess of Wales, who was accompanied by Prince Albert Victor and Princess Victoria, left London on Monday night (Nov. 12th) for Copenhagen, in order to attend the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the accession of King Christian IX, to the throne of Denmark.
Mary Jane Kelly murdered in Spitalfields in the early morning hours of Friday November 9, 1888. Prince Albert Victor was in London.

November 12 - LEFT LONDON FOR COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

November 14 - ARRIVED IN COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

Sources:

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper
The Guardian
The Echo




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At Balmoral

Post by Karen on Sat 20 Nov 2010 - 20:12

How could the Royal Court "fix" an alibi for Prince Albert Victor during the period of November 9-10, 1888, when they were not even present in England at the time. Please read where the Queen and her Royal Court were:

ITEMS OF NEWS.

The Queen and Court are expected at Windsor from Balmoral tomorrow.

Source: The Nonconformist And Independent, November 15, 1888, Page 1075

Note: The Sandringham alibi has more holes in it than a slice of swiss cheese inside a hole in the ground.

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Balmoral Castle Till Nov. 16

Post by Karen on Sat 20 Nov 2010 - 20:24

THE QUEEN AND ROYAL FAMILY.

The Queen according to the latest arrangements, is expected to arrive at Windsor castle early on Friday morning, the 16th inst. from Scotland.
The Prince of Wales bade farewell to the Queen at Balmoral castle, on Monday, and returned to Marlborough-house.
The Prince of Wales left Marlborough-house on Friday afternoon for Sandringham.
Prince Henry of Battenberg and the two children of the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, Prince Arthur and Princess Maud, left Balmoral on Friday afternoon for the South.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, November 4, 1888, Page 7

Note: Here again, there is no mention of Prince Albert Victor accompanying his father to Sandringham or already being at Sandringham. They always listed who was in accompaniment with the members of the Royal family.

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