Charlotte Neave in St James's Palace, London - 10 February, 1840
from Letter from Charlotte Neave to her aunt, the Countess Dowager of Ilchester [Maria Fox-Strangways], 11 February 1840, pages 410–411:
When the trumpets sounded, though really in discord, we were all eagerness, and felt both for Prince Albert and the Queen, for I know not which looked the most uncomfortable when going to the Chapel; but on their return together they each had a colour, and with countenances much brightened. And just before the guns fired to announce that the ring was on the finger, a nice gleam of sunshine appeared, which my dear naval uncle will, I know, join with me in being sure is a happy omen.
Charlotte Neave, Letter from Charlotte Neave to her aunt, the Countess Dowager of Ilchester [Maria Fox-Strangways], 11 February 1840. In Harriet Georgiana Mundy (ed.), The Journal of Mary Frampton, from the Year 1779, until the year 1846 (London, 1885), p. 410–411. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1535555334108 accessed: 16 October, 2021
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|Trumpets sounded at the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert|
|Date/Time||10 February, 1840|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, in private, indoors|