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Deer Stalking

Post by Karen on Sun 7 Nov 2010 - 12:32

Only 3 days before the "Double Event," Prince Albert Victor spent the entire day deer-stalking (his favorite pastime).

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In the afternoon of yesterday week the Queen drove to the Linn of Muick, accompanied by Princess Alice of Hesse. Prince Albert Victor of Wales spent the day in deer-stalking.

Source: The Guardian, September 26, 1888, Page 1418

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Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 10:03

Home News.

The Duchess of Albany drove over from Birkhall and visited the Queen at Balmoral yesterday week. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Mrs. and Miss Benson took luncheon at the Castle, and were afterwards received by her Majesty, who drove in the afternoon. On Wednesday morning the Queen went out, accompanied by Princess Beatrice and Princess Alice of Hesse; and drove in the afternoon accompanied by Princess Beatrice. Princess Frederica dined with the Royal Family, and Viscount Cranbrook and Miss Trotter, in attendance on her Royal Highness, were included in the Royal dinner party. The Queen went out on Thursday morning, and in the afternoon, accompanied by Princess Frederica, drove through Braemar, and down by the Lion's Face. The Earl of Fife arrived at the Castle, and, as well as Viscount Cranbrook, had the honour of dining with the Queen. On Friday Prince Albert Victor of Wales went out deer stalking.

Source: The Guardian, September 19, 1888, Page 1381

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Prince Of Wales An Expert

Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 10:17

The Prince of Wales, who has long been an expert at deer-stalking, hoped lately to have had a little experience of chamois hunting in the Austrian Tyrol, but was prevented by snow storms, which would have rendered the sport far too dangerous, although, of course, he would have hunted only in selected and well-preserved grounds, and thus the danger would have been minimised.

Source: Household Supplement To The Colonies And India, October 10, 1888, Page 2

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