The Stranger s Guide to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens

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The Stranger s Guide to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens

Author: John Grundy William Hughes Willshire

Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press

ISBN: 9780343613990

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The Mystery in Palace Gardens

They lingered beside him for some time , the doctor giving such stimulants as his
state required , the stranger moving softly about , regulating the light and
arranging the poor draperies according to the directions whispered to him . ' I
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JAMES'S PALACE stands on the site of the Hospital of St. James , for the “
reception of fourteen sisters , maidens . " In 1632 King Henry the Eighth
purchased the hospital , by excliange for lands in Suffolk , and he then ( says
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The New Palace of Westminster New Edition

The Strangers ' Gallery is behind the Reporter's . The frescoes in the archways at
the back of the Strangers ' Gallery areThe Spirit of Justice .. D. MACLISE , R.A.
The Spirit of Religion J. C. HORSLEY . The Spirit of Chivalry D. MACLÍSÉ , R.A. ...

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The New Palace of Westminster

The Strangers ' Gallery is behind the Reporter's . The frescoes in the archways at
the back of the Strangers ' Gallery areThe Spirit of Justice .... D. Maclise , R.A. The
Spirit of Religion J. C. HORSLEY , The Spirit of Chivalry D. MACLISE , R.A. ...

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The Stranger s Guide to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1847 edition.

The Stranger s Guide to Hampton Court Palace and Gardens

Author: John Grundy, PH.

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ISBN: 9781230457635

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1847 edition. Excerpt: ... 295,296 Two small octagon Portraits of Flemish Gentlemen by Gonzales. 297 A Portrait of a Gentleman. 298 Sir Theobald Gorges. 299 Head of a Young Man. 300 Lady Vaux, by Holbein. 301 Queen Mary I., when a Child, by Holbein. 302 Portrait of a Lady, supposed to be Queen Mary I., by Sir A. More. 303 A Portrait, by A. Durer. 304 Queen Elizabeth in a fancy dress, by Zucckero. 305 Lord Zouch, by Mytens. 306 The Earl of Surrey, by Holbein 307 Sir John Gage. 308 Henry Prince of Wales, son of James I., and Lord Har rington, by L. de Heere. 309 Duke of Richmond and Lennox, by Van Somer. 310 Henry Prince of Wales. 311 The Battle of Pavia.t by Holbein. monkey, who, playfully springing upon him, obliges him to hold his head back in a ridiculous position, whilst he yet continues his operation with the knife and fork. The costume of the various attendants, the fashion of the furniture, the taste and form of the silver dishes, and the style of the apartments afford a complete notion of the manner of living in the great mansions nearly two hundred years ago. In the back-ground, are groups of spectators beholding the royal repast, who are prevented, by the yeomen of the guard, with their partisans crossed, from advancing further into the room than the prescribed spot allotted for the gratification of public curiosity. Queen Elizabeth, in a fantastic habit, something like a Persian. She is drawn in a forest, a stag behind her, and on a tree are inscribed these mottoes: --" Injustijusta querela; Mea, tic mihi; Dolor est medicina ad tori." On a scroll, at the bottom of the picture, are the following verses, said to have been written by Spenser, but it is more generally supposed that they are Her Majesty's own composition: --The restles swallow fits my restles...

The mystery in Palace gardens

Instantly the stranger in London paused , startled . They were moving from him ;
but he turned upon his step and followed them , not near enough to overhear
what they were saying , but sufficiently close to keep them well in sight . On Sir
John ...

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