Black's guide to Leamington and its environs (Google eBook)

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1883
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Page 22 - King-maker, had distinguished himself by his gallantry in the field, by the hospitality of his table, by the magnificence, and still more by the generosity of his expense, and by the spirited and bold manner which attended him in all his actions. The undesigning frankness and openness of his character rendered his conquest over men's affections the more certain and infallible : his presents were regarded as sure testimonies of esteem and friendship, and his professions as the overflowings of his...
Page 90 - TOURS IN SCOTLAND. THE CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY have arranged a system of TOURS— over 100 in number — by Rail, Steamer, and Coach, comprehending almost every place of interest either for scenery or historical associations throughout Scotland, including — EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, ABERDEEN, DUNDEE. INVERNESS, GREENOCK, PAISLEY. DUMFRIES, PEEBLES, STIRLING, PERTH, CRIEFF...
Page 62 - It is beautifully situated on the highest and most open part of the valley, surrounded by its own extensive Pleasure Grounds, commanding the finest views of the grand and picturesque scenery for which Matlock Bath (the Switzerland of England) stands unrivalled. Matlock is the most central place for day excursions to the most interesting parts of Derbyshire. A Public 'Bus to Haddon and Chatsworth daily. A public Dining-Room and Drawing-Room. Private Sitting-Rooms. Coffee, Smoking, and Billiard Rooms....
Page 13 - INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, BRAY, County Wicklow. THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL is situated near the Railway Station, Seabeach, and Esplanade, central to all the far-famed Scenery of the County of Wicklow. Visitors to this fashionable place will find THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL replete with every comfort, and the Cuisine and Wines of the best quality. All Charges are fixed and moderate. Boarding Terms per week may be had on application to the MANAGER. C.
Page 22 - No less than thirty thousand persons are said to have daily lived at his board in the different manors and castles which he possessed in England...
Page 50 - THE LAKE HOTEL." IT is situate in the Bay of Castlelough, on the Eastern Shore of the Lower Lake, in the centre of the varied scenery of the Lake, and within ten minutes' drive of the Railway Station.
Page 88 - A Service of Omnibuses has been established between St. Pancras and Charing Cross and Waterloo Stations, for the accommodation of Passengers travelling between the Midland and South-Eastern and London and South- Western Railways, and to and from the Midland Grand Hotel, on weekdays only.
Page 12 - AND NUMEROUS SUITES OF APARTMENTS. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Coaches during the Season to Blairgowrie, Dunkeld, and Ballater. Excellent Salmon Fishing in connection with the Hotel. Letters and Telegrams Punctually attended to.
Page 49 - The walls of its squalid chambers are covered with names and inscriptions in every language, by pilgrims of all nations, ranks, and conditions, from the prince to the peasant; and present a simple, but striking instance of the spontaneous and universal homage of mankind to the great poet of nature.
Page 99 - Monday ; all via BELFAST. FARES (GLASGOW)— Cabin, 20s. ; Steerage 12s. 6d. ; Deck (Soldiers or Sailors), 10s. (BELFAST)— Cabin, 17s. 6d.; Steerage, 10s. RETURNS for Cabin and Steerage issued at Fare and a half available for Two MONTHS. These Steamers have superior Cabin accommodation, and offer a good opportunity for parties making a pleasant sea trip to or from West of England. Goods carried for Newport (Mon.), Exeter, Gloucester, Cheltenham, etc. etc. For Rates of Freight and other particulars,...

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