The Letters of Queen Victoria : A Selection from Her Majesty's Correspondence between the Years 1844-1853

The Letters of Queen Victoria : A Selection from Her Majesty's Correspondence between the Years 1844-1853

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Table of Contents

    1844                                           1  (29)
Due de Bordeaux
Hanoverian Orders
Domestic happiness
Death of the Duke of Coburg
Lord Melbourne on old age
Recall of Lord Ellenborough
Uncle and niece
Lord Ellenborough's honours
Prince de Joinville's brochure
The Emperor Nicholas
A great review
At the Opera
The Emperor's character
The Emperor and Belgium
Crisis in Parhament
The King of Saxony
Lord Ellenborough and India
England, France, and Russia
France and Tahiti
King Louis Philippe expected
Arrangements for the visit
Queen Louise's solicitude
Arrival of King Louis Philippe
A successful visit
The King's departure
Opening of the Royal Exchange
Gift to the Prince of Wales
Education in India
1845 30 (41)
The Spanish marriages
Position of the Prince
Title of King Consort
Purchase of Osborne
Maynooth grant
Religious bigotry
Public executions
Birthday letter
Princess Charlotte
Vacant Deanery
Wine from Australia
King of Holland
Projected visit to Germany
Question of Lords Justices
Visit to the Chateau d'Eu
Spanish marriages
The Prince criticised
Governor-Generalship of Canada
Corn Laws
Cabinet dissensions
Interview with Sir Robert Peel
Lord John Russell suggested
Attitude of Lord Melbourne
The Queen's embarrassment
Attitude of Sir Robert Peel
Lord Stanley resigns
The Commandership-in-Chief
Duke of Welington
King Louis Philippe
Anxiety for the future
In superable difficulties
Lord Grey and Lord Palmerston
Lord John Russell fails
Chivalry of Sir Robert Peel
He resumes office
Cordial support
The Queen's estimate of Sir Robert Peel
Lord Stanley
The Prince's Memorandum
Comprehensive scheme
The unemployed
Lord Pahnerston's justification
France and the Syrian War
Letter to King Louis Philippe
Ministry renstated
1846 71 (44)
Sir Robert Peel's speech
Extension of Indian Empire
Bravery of English troops
Death of Sir Robert Sale
Memorandum by the Prince
Celebration of victory
Letter from King Louis Philippe
Irish Crimes Bill
Attack on Sir Robert Peel
His resignation
Intrigues
End of Oregon dispute
Sir Robert Peel's tribute to Cobden
New Government
Cobden and the Whigs
Parting with the Ministers
Whig jealousies
A weak Ministry
Anxieties
French Royal Family
Spanish marriages
Portugal
Prerogative of dissolution
Views of Lord Melbourne
The Prince and Sir Robert Peel
Proposed visit to Ireland
Government of Canada
Wellington statue
Lord Palmerston and Spain
Instructions to Mr Bulwer
Don Enrique
Sudden decision
Double engagement
The Queen's indignation
Letter to the Queen of the French
View of English Government
Letter to King Leopold
Baron Stockmar's opinion
Letter to Queen Louise
Lord Palmerston and the French
Princess of Prussia
England and the Three Powers
Interruption of entente cordiale
Spanish marriages
Peninsular medal
Duke of Wellington's view
England and Portugal
The Queen's decision on Peninsular medal
Cracow
1847 115(26)
England and Portugal
Peaceable policy advised
Spain and Portugal
Sir Hamilton Seymour
Septennial Act
Church preferments
Jenny Lind
Wellington statue
Prosperity in India
General election
Earldom of Strafford
Mission to the Vatican
Portugal
Crisis in the City
Lord-Lieutenancy of Ireland
Mr Cobden
Foreign policy
Queen of Spain
Queen of Portugal
Hampden controversy
Lord Palmerston's despatches
Civil war in Switzerland
Letter from King of Prussia
The Queen's reply
The Bishops and Dr Hampden
1848 141(67)
Death of Madame Adelaide
Grief of Queen Louise
The Queen's sympathy
England and the Porte
Improvements at Claremont
Revolution in France
Flight of the Royal Family
Letter from King of Prussia
Anarchy in Paris
Queen Louise's anxiety
Revolution foreseen
England's hospitality
New French Government
British Consul's plan
Escape of the King and Queen
Graphic narrative
Plan successful
Arrival in England
Reception at Claremont
Letter of gratitude
Flight of Guizot
Royal fugitives
Orleanist blunders
Letter to Lord Melbourne
The Czar on the situation
State of Germany
Chartist demonstration
Prince Albert and the unemployed
Chartist fiasco
Alarming state of Ireland
Conduct of the Belgians
Events in France
Anxiety in Germany
Italy
Spain
The French Royal Family
Affairs in Lombardy
Sir Henry Bulwer
Lord Palmerston's justification
Instructions to Sir H. Seymour
Lord Palmerston's drafts
England and Italy
Lord Minto's mission
Duchesse de Nemours
Commissions in the Army
Northern Italy
Irish rebellion
Minor German states
An ambassador to France
The Queen's displeasure
Opening the Queen's letters
Lord Palmerston and Italy
Austria declines mediation
Austria and Italy
In the Highlands
The Queen and Lord Palmerston
Affairs in the Punjab
Hostility of the Sikhs
Greece
State of Germany
Letter of the Prince of Leiningen
Sir Harry Smith at the Cape
Governorship of Gibraltar
Mediation in Italy
Death of Lord Melbourne
The Orleans family
Letter from the Dope
The French President
Relations with France
England slighted
Vol. II
1849 208(23)
Letter to the Pope
Letter from President of French Republic
Lord Palmerston and Naples
The army in India
State of the Continent
France and the President
Gaelie and Welsh
Lord Gough superseded
End of the Sikh War
Courage of Mrs G. Lawrence
Letter from King of Sardinia
Novara
The Queen fired at by Hamilton
Annexation of the Punjab
Drafts and despatches
Schleswig-Holstein Question
Proposed visit to Ireland
Irish title for the young Prince
Cork and Waterford
The Irish visit
Enthusiasm in Ireland
Brevet promotions
New Coal Exchange
Critical position of Germany
Death of Queen Adelaide
1850 231(52)
Grand Duchess Stephanie
The Draft to Greece
Lord Palmerston's explanation
Lord John Russell's plan
Suggested rearrangement
Status quo maintained
Baron Stockmar's Memorandum
State of France
The Prince's speech
Lord Palmerston and Spain
Lord Howden
The Koh-i-noor diamond
A change imminent
Lord John Russell's report
Sunday delivery of letters
Prince George of Cambridge
The Earldom of Tipperary
Mr Roebuck's motion
Lord Stanley's motion
Holstein and Germany
Lord Palmerston's explanation
The Protocol
Christening of Prince Arthur
Don Pacifico Debate
Sir Robert Peel's accident
Letter from King of Denmark
Death of Sir Robert Peel
The Queen assaulted by Pate
Death of Duke of Cambridge
Prince of Prussia
The Foreign Office
Denmark and Schleswig
Sir Charles Napier's resignation
Lord Palmerston
Lord Clarendon's opinion
Duke of Bedford's opinion
Lord John Russell's report
Press attacks on Lord Palmerston
Duties of Foreign Secretary
Death of King Louis Philippe
Visit to Scotland
Illness of Queen Louise
Attack on General Haynau
Note to Baron Koller
The Draft gone
Lord Palmerston rebuked
Holstein
A great grief
Mr Tennyson made Poet Laureate
Ritualists and Roman Catholics
Unrest in Europe
England and Germany
Constitutionalism in Germany
Austria and Prussia
Religious strife
England and Rome
Lady Peel
The Papal aggression
Ecclesiastical Titles Bill
1851 283(73)
Life Peerages
Diplomatic arrangements
Peril of the Ministry
Negotiations with Sir J. Graham
Defeat of the Government
Ministerial crisis
The Premier's statement
Lord Lansdowne consulted
Lord Stanley sent for
Complications
Fiscal policy
Sir James Graham
Duke of Wellington
Difficulties
Lord Aberdeen consulted
Lord Stanley to be sent for
His letter
Lord Stanley's difficulties
Mr Disraeh
Question of dissolution
Explanations
Lord Stanley resigns
His reasons
The Papal Bill
Duke of Wellington
Appeal to Lord Lansdowne
Still without a Government
Lord Lansdowne's views
Further difficulties
Coalition impossible
Income Tax
Free Trade
Ecclesiastical Titles Bill
Confusion of Parties
New National Gallery
The great Exhibition
Imposing ceremony
The Prince's triumph
Enthusiasm in the City
Danish succession
The Orleans Princes
Regret at leaving Scotland
Extension of the Franchise
Louis Kossuth
Lord Palmerston's intentions
A dispute
Lord Palmerston defiant
He gives way
The Queen's anxiety
Lord Palmerston's conduct
The Queen's comment
Death of King of Hanover
The Suffrage
The Coup d'Etat
Louis Bonaparte
Excitement in France
Lord Palmerston and Lord Normanby
State of Paris
Lord Palmerston's approval
Birthday wishes
The crisis
Dismissal of Lord Palmerston
Inconsistency of Lord Palmerston
The Prince's Memorandum
Lord Clarendon
Discussion on new arrangements
Count Walewski informed
Lord Granville's appointment
The Queen's view of foreign affairs
Our policy reviewed
Difficulty of fixed principles
Prince Nicholas of Nassau
Te Deum at Paris
1852 356(75)
Denmark
Possible fusion of parties
Orleans family
Draft of the Speech
Women and politics
New Houses of Parliament
Lord Palmerston's discomfiture
M. Thiers
The Prince and the Army
Pressure of business
Defeat on Militia Bill
Interview with Lord John Russell
Resignation of the Ministry
The Queen sends for Lord Derby
Lord Derby and Lord Palmerston
New appointments
New Foreign Secretary
Interview with Lord Derby
Louis Napoleon
Audiences
Ladies of the Household
Lord Derby and the Church
Adherence to treaties
The Sovereign ``People''
New Militia Bill
England and Austria
Letter from Mr Disraeli
``Necessary'' measures
Question of dissolution
Lord Derby hopeful
Progress of democracy
England and Italy
Militia Bill carried
France and the Bourbons
Louis Napoleon's position
Excitement at Stockport
The Queen inherits a fortune
Death of Duke of Wellington
Military appointments
Nation in mourning
Funeral arrangements
Anecdote of Napoleon III.
England and the Emperor
National defences
Financial arrangements
Lord Dalhousie's tribute
Funeral ceremony
Confusion of parties
Lord Palmerston's position
Mr Disraeli and Mr Gladstone
Recognition of the Empire
Budget speech
Letter to the French Emperor
Secret protocol
Difficult situation
The Queen's unwillingness to decide
Injunctions to Lord Derby
Defeat of the Government
Lord Derby's resignation
Lord Aberdeen sent for
His interview with the Queen
Lord Aberdeen in office
Lord John Russell's hesitation
Letter from Mr. Disraeli
The Queen's anxiety
Christmas presents
Lord Derby's intentions
New Government
Mr Gladstone at the Exchequer
The Emperor's annoyance
Appointments
Protracted crisis
The Cabinet
Lord Derby takes leave
Letter from Lady Derby
Change of seals
Peace restored
A strong Cabinet
1853 431
The Emperor's annoyance
Headmastership of Eton
Marriage of Emperor of the French
Mademoiselle Eugenio de Montijo
Baron Beyens on the situation
Emperor of Russia and the Turkish Empire
Lord John Russell and leadership of House
of Commons
Count Buol and refugees
Kossuth and Mazzini proclamations
Want of arms for the Militia
Russian fleet at Constantinople
French irritation
Russia's demands
Russia and England
Liberation of the Madiai
Letter from Emperor of Russia
Birth of Prince Leopold Mr Gladstone's
budget speech
Congratulations from the Prince
India Bill
Emperor of Austria
Church of England in the Colonies
Oriental Question
Death of Lady Dalhouse
Lord Palmerston and Lord Aberdeen
Russia, Austria, and Turkey
England's policy
The Queen's views on the Eastern
despatches
Proposed terms of settlement
Lord John Russell's retirement
Letter from the Emperor of Russia
Lord Stratford's desire for war
Letter to the Emperor of Russia
France and the Eastern Question
Letter from the Emperor of Russia
Reform Bill
Lord Palmerston's position
Lord Lansdowne's influence
Resignation of Lord Palmerston
Lord Stratford's despatch
Draft to Vienna
Return of Lord Palmerston to office