Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England

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  • Page 173

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    September 8, 1840 ~ Tuesday 8th [FIGURE] I spent a part of this day in vis- iting places & things connected with the Crown. We all three started together & walked up king & Union Street. passed by surry Chapel. Built & occupied for many years by the Celebrated Rev Rowland Hill, whose body now lies under the Chapel from thence we continued west to West minster Bridge which we walked over which brought us direct to West minster Abbey ...
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    September 8, 1840
  • Page 17

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    January 26, 1841 ~ Tuesday 26th Jan 1841 [FIGURE] This is a great day in London as it is the opening of the house of Parliament I started in company with H. C. Kimball Doctor Copeland & wife, Br Crook & sisters Mary Conner & Ellen Belfour Redman & walked to Saint James Park, we arived in the park at 1 oclock & found the citizens of London imbodying by tens ...
    Dates:
    January 26, 1841
  • Page 209

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    head first into a shoe store with her hornes She not being satisfyed with this the next lunge she made she jumped head first thrugh a window in to a Tailors store carrying window & sash wish but not liking her positon she soon backed out & run down the street committing depridations as she wendt with her owner in a waggon upon a run after her. it was evident the cow was mad crazy o fright end or els she did not now how to act in a city ...
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    November 14, 1840 November 15, 1840
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Heber C. Kimball and George A. Smith, 12 September 1840

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    Viz 1. St. Benedict. 2. St. Edmund. 3. St. Nicholas. 4. Henry the Seventh. 5. St. Paul. 6. St. Edward the Confessor. 7. St. Erasmus. 8. Abbot Islip. 9. St. John. 10. St Andrew & 11. St. Michael. & these Chapels contain the Bodies, tombs, & monuments, of of elveven Twelve ^13^ Kings viz Edward I. — III. — V — VI. Charles. II. Henry III. — V. — VII. James I. George II. Richard II. & William III. & Sebert King of the east Saxons who first built this church & died July 616 Also Twelve ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Heber C. Kimball and George A. Smith, 12 September 1840

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    occupied by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, & his Highness Prince Albert, except while they are at Winser Castle. Buckingham Palace Covers a number of acres of ground & is surro unded by a high wall of hewn stone except the front which is a high fence of cast Iron railing, & evry door, enterence, & gate was strongly guarded by armed soldiers. I walked nearly around this castle Palace, & while there I for the first time had a view of his Royal Highness Prince Albert while he was riding from his ...