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“The beautiful Royal Arcade, built in 1879, was so named because it was where Queen Victoria had her riding skirts made.”
“In 1839 he had an audience with Queen Victoria despite the protests of a group of the best people known as the Society for Peaceably Repressing Infidelity.”
“Gladstone wanted Sir William Harcourt to succeed him as prime minister, but Queen Victoria insisted upon Lord Rosebery.”
“No one kisses the empress's hand, as is the case with Queen Victoria in England, nor are the presentees compelled to back out of the imperial presence, as at Buckingham Palace.”
“Recalling the International Council of 1899 in London, one of my most vivid pictures has Queen Victoria for its central figure.”
“She turned to him, and Karen filled me in: Our prom is tonight at the Queen Victoria Hotel.”
“There was also a tolerable statue of a British monarch called Queen Victoria set above a granite fountain on Wall Street.”
“L'Evêque catholique de Québec" was personally, and remains, incorporated by letters patent of Queen Victoria in 1845.”
“In 1897 the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria was celebrated, representatives from all parts of the empire and from many foreign countries taking part in a magnificent procession to and from St Paul's Cathedral.”
““How shall”: Queen Victoria to Augusta Gordon, February 11, 1885, cit.”
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