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Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 15:32

July 25, 1888 - On Wednesday at Bristol Prince Albert Victor unveiled a statue of the Queen which had been executed by Mr. J.E. Boehm at a cost of 1,000 pounds, raised by a public subscription in the Jubilee year. His Royal Highness received the warmest possible welcome from the town people, and the honorary freedom of the City was presented to him in a silver-gilt casket. The ceremony of inaugurating the statue was preceded by prayer offered by the Bishop of the diocese. In the afternoon the Prince lunched with the mayor, and accepted a Latin address from the Clifton College boys. He subsequently distributed the prizes amongst the Royal Naval Volunteers at Colston Hall, and left the city by the Great Western Railway for Paddington in the evening.
On Wednesday the Prince of Wales attended the inspection of five battalions of Guards by the Duke of Cambridge in Hyde Park.
The Prizes at Clifton were distributed yesterday by the head master, the Rev. J.M. Wilson. In his address he spoke of the good results of the preparatory and junior departments, and pressed on parents not to think the years from nine to twelve were unimportant. He alluded to the new work undertaken by the Mission Committee, the building of rooms for boys' and girls' clubs at St. Agnes, Bristol; and to the Royal visit last week of Prince Albert Victor.

July 26, 1888 - On Thursday the Grand Duke and Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz took luncheon at Marlborough House; and Prince Albert Victor left for York.

July 27, 1888 - On Friday Prince Albert Victor was presented with the Freedom of the city of York. The ceremony took place in the Guildhall, in the presence of a fashionable company, and his royal highness was presented with the usual document in a gold casket.

August 1, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor has become President of the Great Northern Central Hospital, the new buildings of which were lately opened by the Prince and Princess of Wales. Sir Andrew Clark, Bart., M.D., F.R.S., and Mr. W.S. Savory, F.R.S., have joined the medical staff as consulting physician and consulting surgeon respectively.
Prince Albert Victor is to visit Manchester shortly, for the purpose of opening a gymnasium, and laying the foundation-stone of the new wing of the Ancoats Hospital.

August 2, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor is to be the guest of Lord Downe, at Danby Lodge, near Whitby, during the week after next. Heavy bags are expected this season on Lord Downe's extensive moors in the North Riding.
The Prince of Wales announced his intention of becoming President of the St. John Ambulance Association, the Ambulance Department of the Order, and that Prince Albert Victor would be the Sub-Prior of the Order.

August 7, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor Ill. A Huddersfield Correspondent telegraphs: Prince Albert Victor, who was to have visited the Yorkshire Agricultural Show here today, has telegraphed expressing his regret that he is unable to come, as he is confined to his room with a bad foot. A further telegram stated that it is unlikely the Prince will be able to leave his room this week.

August 8, 1888 - The Hon. Alwyn H. Fulke Greville (King's Royal Rifle Corps), second son of the Earl of Warwick, and equerry to Prince Albert Victor of Wales, was married, on Wednesday, to Mabel, only daughter of the late Mr. Ernald Smith, of Selsdon-park, Croydon, in St. Paul's church, Knightsbridge.

August 12, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor, who was to have visited the Yorkshire Agricultural show at Huddersfield on Tuesday, telegraphed expressing his regret that he was unable to come, as he is confined to his room with a bad foot. It is unlikely the Prince will be able to leave his room this week.
Prince Albert Victor of Wales has accepted an invitation to visit Manchester on an early day, to open a new boys' club, and also to lay the foundation-stone of an additional wing to the Ancoats hospital.



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His Whereabouts In September 1888

Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 16:38

August 27, 1888 - Sunday was the anniversary of the birthday of the lamented Prince Consort. On Monday the gentlemen in attendance on the Queen and Royal Family, and the tenants and servants of the Balmoral, Abergeldie, and Birkhall estates assembled at the Obelisk at noon, and drank to the memory of the Prince Consort. The Prince of Wales will not be at Doncaster, and his next racing in England is to be at Newmarket, where he is to stay during the second October and Houghton weeks, and he will be at Derby for the November meeting, as the guest of Lord Hindlip at Doveridge hall.
It is stated that Prince Albert Victor is about to become an owner of racehorses.

August 30 - September 7, 1888 - 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 5, 1888 - A sporting paper, in describing the new racecourse near Hull, observes that "when Prince Albert Victor expressed himself as being satisfied with the general arrangements no more need be said." It would be difficult to conceive a more stupid and servile sentiment, for I have yet to learn that Prince Albert Victor is a recognised authority on this subject - or, indeed, on any other.
On Wednesday Prince Albert Victor, who had been attending York races, left for Danby Lodge, on a visit to Viscount Downe for a week's grouse-shooting.

September 7, 1888 - On Friday Prince Albert Victor, who had been the guest of Viscount Downe at Danby Lodge, Grosmont, Yorkshire, rejoined his regiment, the 10th Royal Hussars, at York.

September 10, 1888 - On Monday Prince Albert Victor arrived at Balmoral on a visit to the Queen.

September 11, 1888 - The Queen went out for a walk at Balmoral on Tuesday morning, accompanied by Princess Beatrice and Prince Albert Victor of Wales. The Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs. and Miss Benson took luncheon at the castle, and were afterwards received by her Majesty.

September 14, 1888 - 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.

September 15, 1888 - The Prince of Wales has given some offence at the Court of Vienna, because he has not been accompanied to Austria by Prince Albert Victor, as etiquette requires that the young Prince should be presented to the Emperor Francis Joseph, and here was an excellent opportunity.

September 20, 1888 - 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. In the course of the day Prince Henry of Battenburg arrives at Balmoral, being met at the station by Princess Beatrice. On Wednesday Earl Cadogan and Sir Robert Collins were included in her Majesty's dinner-party, and Lady Collins joined the Royal circle in the evening. On Thursday the Queen, accompanied by Princess Alice of Hesse, drove through Braemar, round the Lion's Face. Prince Albert Victor of Wales left the Castle to join his regiment at York.
It is now said that no attempt will be made to provide Prince Albert Victor by the aid of Parliament with a separate establishment until he is about to be married; and as no betrothal has, as yet taken place, or any definite steps been adopted towards it, this will obviously be for some time deferred. Meanwhile, the Queen has (according to the London Correspondent of the Birmingham Post) agreed in principle to an inquiry being held of the nature indicated by Mr. Gladstone nearly four years ago; and when the lines of this have been settled between Her Majesty and the Ministry, a proposal for granting a Special Committee will be laid before the House of Commons.

September 27, 1888 - On Thursday evening, George Clarke, Esq., R.N., the association secretary of the British and Foreign Sailors' Society, addressed on its behalf a meeting at Clapton Park Congregational Chapel. There was a good attendance, and the meeting was presided over by the Rev. J. de Kewer Williams, in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. W.J. Woods, B.A. Speaking from his personal experience Capt. Clarke delivered what he described as a "sailor's yarn," dwelling upon the many perils and vicissitudes of a sailor's life, and pleading on behalf of the above the society, which is doing a good work among British and Foreign sailors. It is the oldest society for the benefit of sailors, and has as its patron H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor of Wales.

September 29, 1888 - There is not a shadow of foundation for the statement in the World that an application is to be made to Parliament for a grant to Prince Albert Victor. The World appears to be ignorant of the fact that a positive pledge has been given in the House of Commons, both by Mr. Gladstone and by Mr. Smith, that no more Royal votes shall be proposed until there has been a Parliamentary inquiry into the whole subject, and, so far, no steps whatever have been taken by the Government to institute this inquiry.


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His Whereabouts In October 1888

Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 17:56

September 27, 1888 - The Archbishop of Canterbury and Mrs. Benson, who have been staying at Braemar, had the honour of dining with the Queen yesterday week. On Wednesday her Majesty drove to Old Mar Lodge, accompanied by Princess Alice of Hesse, and honoured Madame Albani Gye with a visit. On Thursday afternoon the Princess of Wales, with Prince Albert Victor and her daughters, visited the Queen

October 3, 1888 - Notwithstanding the coldness of the weather, her Majesty has been out daily in the neighbourhood of Balmoral. On Wednesday the Queen received a visit from the Princess of Wales, Princesses Louise, Victoria, and Maud, and Prince Albert Victor of Wales, the Duchess of Albany, with the young Duke and Princess Alice of Albany, as well as Princess Frederica of Hanover and Baron von Pawel Ramingen.

October 5, 1888 - The Comte de Paris, who is staying at Invercauld, dined with the Queen yesterday week. The Royal dinner party included also the Princess of Wales and her daughters and Prince Albert Victor, as well as Viscount Cross, who had arrived at Balmoral in the morning. After dinner M. Johannes Solff, violinist to the King of the Netherlands, accompanied by Mr. Raphael Roche, had the honour of playing before the Royal party. On Wednesday and Thursday also Viscount Cross had the honour of dining with the Royal family, and again on Friday, when Lord Rowton, who had arrived that day at the Castle, had the same honour. On the latter evening the Queen, with the Princess of Wales, and the Duchess of Albany, witnessed some tableaux vivants, in which Princess Beatrice and Prince Henry of Battenberg, Prince Albert Victor, and the Princesses Louise, Victoria, and Maude of Wales, Princess Frederica, Princess Alice of Hesse, Princess Margaret, and Prince Arthur of Connaught, together with members of the Royal Household and others, took part. On Saturday Prince Albert Victor and Princesses Louise, Victoria, and Maud of Wales lunched with the Queen.

October 10, 1888 - Madame Albani Gye went from Old Mar Lodge to Balmoral yesterday week, accompanied by her sister, Mdlle. La Jeunesse, and sang before the Royal family. During the day Lord Rowton left the Castle. In the evening the Princess of Wales and her three daughters and Prince Albert Victor dined with the Queen. On Sunday, the Princess of Wales drove over to the service from Abergeldie, with Prince Albert Victor and the Princesses Louise and Maud of Wales.

October 12, 1888 - A weekly contemporary announces that Prince Albert Victor is reluctant to go to India. The report that the Prince was intended to join the Duke of Connaught is pure fiction, for there never was any intention whatever of sending him to India.

October 19, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor in Manchester. Prince Albert Victor of Wales arrived in Manchester on Friday afternoon, and was met at the railway station by the mayor and the reception committee. His Royal highness, on being driven through some of the principal streets to the Town hall, was accorded a very hearty reception by large crowds assembled on the line of route.

October 20, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor of Wales received yesterday forenoon a loyal address of welcome from the Manchester City council, and in replying to it his Royal highness expressed himself as very highly gratified at the hearty reception which had been accorded him. After lunching with the council, the Prince accompanied by the mayor, and escorted by the military and police, left the Town hall for Rusholme, where he formally opened the gates of the recreation ground with a gold key, and afterwards proceeded into the Ancoats district, the poorest part of Manchester. There he first laid the memorial stone of the new wing of the Ancoats hospital, subsequently opening the Lads' club in Livesey-street. Thence he went to the Town hall and to the Central station, where a train was waiting to convey him to Knutsford. The guard of honour was furnished by the 1st Lancashire Fusiliers, and detachments of Volunteers were posted at the hospital, the Recreation ground, and the Lads' club. By invitation of the Mayor the Rev. Dr. B. Salomon was present at the luncheon given in honour of Prince Albert Victor in the Town Hall on last Saturday at 1 p.m.

October 23, 1888 - The Queen, with Prince and Princess Henry of Battenberg, Princess Frederica, and Baron von Pawel Rammingen, was present at Divine service at the parish church of Crathie on Sunday morning.
The Prince of Wales, who had been staying upon the Continent for about two months, returned to London on Monday. His Royal highness went to Newmarket on Tuesday, and remained there until Friday. After spending a few hours at Marlborough house the Prince left for Scotland, and arrived at Balmoral, on a visit to the Queen, yesterday.
The Prince of Wales has accepted an invitation to visit Middlesbrough, in January, to open the new town hall and municipal buildings there.
The Princess of Wales, accompanied by her three daughters, Princesses Louise, Victoria, and Maud, left Marlborough house yesterday afternoon for Sandringham.
On Tuesday Prince Albert Victor of Wales and his host, Lord Egerton of Tatton, hunted with the North Cheshire hounds.

October 24, 1888 - The Prince of Wales came south to Marlborough House on Wednesday, travelling by the Queen's Messenger train to Aberdeen, where the Royal saloon was attached to the south mail leaving at 4:40, by which the despatches and boxes from Balmoral are conveyed to Euston-square. The train was very late, and, as the Princess wished to stop to dine at Perth, she travelled "special" from that place to Edinburgh, where Lord Colville met her at Haymarket Station, and there she and the Princesses changed into a night saloon, which had been sent from King's Cross for their accommodation. Prince Albert Victor left the train at York.

Yesterday week the Queen drove to the Gelder Shiel with the Princess of Wales, Princess Beatrice, Prince Henry of Battenberg, and Princess Maud of Wales. The Marquis of Lansdowne arrived at Balmoral, and in the evening joined the Royal dinner party, which included the Princess of Wales, and her daughters and Prince Albert Victor. On Wednesday the Queen went with Princess Beatrice to Abergeldie to take leave of the Princess of Wales and her three daughters and Prince Albert Victor on their leaving for England.

PRINCE ALBERT VICTOR is now in London, England at this point...


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His Whereabouts In November 1888

Post by Karen on Mon 8 Nov 2010 - 18:27

November 1, 1888- The Prince of Wales visited the Court theatre on Wednesday evening to see Mamma. Professor Baldwin made a special ascent at the Alexandra Palace on Tuesday afternoon, in the presence of the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three daughters, and a number of other spectators. The parachute descent was from a height of 5,000 feet, and was the best yet made. The Prince and Princess heartily congratulated Baldwin on his performance. On Thursday the Prince of Wales and Prince Albert Victor went to see Captain Swift at the Haymarket.

November 7, 1888 - On Wednesday the Prince was present at a football match between the Canadians and the Swifts at the Kennington Oval.
The 10 Hussars is the most aristocratic regiment in the whole Army. It boasts two Princes, an Earl, a Viscount, a couple of plain Lords, and a whole sheaf of Honourables. Prince Albert Victor has served three years with this regiment, and has already attained the rank of Captain. Royalty has not long to wait for promotion in the British Army. The Prince of Wales was a full Field Marshal at the age of 36. Von Moltke was 71 years old before he attained a like dignity.

November 9, 1888 - 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 for Sandringham. On Friday the Prince arrived at Sandringham for the winter season. On the following day 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 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.

November 10, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor also went to Sandringham.

November 12, 1888 - 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.

During her late stay at Marlborough House the Princess of Wales went with her daughters (according to the World) on a strictly private visit to Westminster Abbey, to hear an organ recital by Dr. Bridge.

November 14, 1888 - On Wednesday the Princess of Wales, accompanied by Prince Albert Victor and Princess Victoria arrived in Copenhagen.

November 21, 1888 - The Prince of Wales and Prince Albert Victor will join Mr. Tyssen-Amherst's shooting party at Didlington, Swaffham, on the 5th of next month, for two or three days.
The Princess, with Prince Albert Victor and Princess Victoria, has spent the week at Copenhagen, where the King, her father, is celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of his accession.

November 30, 1888 - Prince Albert Victor is to be the guest of Lord and Lady Hopetoun, at Hopetoun House, in January, shortly after his birthday celebrations at Sandringham, his Royal Highness having promised to pay a visit to Edinburgh early next year, to open a new drill-hall for the Artillery Volunteers.

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