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  • Title Page iii
  • Author''s Note vii
  • Contents xi
  • Illustrations xiii
  • I- - The Death of the Duke of Kent 1
  • II- - Early Childhood 16
  • III- - Later Childhood 28
  • Iv- Early Girlhood 40
  • V- - Two Days in June 55
  • VI- - Early Days 63
  • Vii- The Young Queen 79
  • VIII- - A Black Cloud 89
  • Ix- Troubles and Indecisions 104
  • X- - The Queens Engagement 115
  • XI- - Victoria and Albert 122
  • XII- - Some Phenomena 130
  • Xiii- March Past 142
  • Xiv- Home Life 155
  • XV- - Visits and Visitors 163
  • XVI- - The New Home 170
  • XVII- - Lord Palmerston and the Queen 179
  • Xviii- The Great Exhibition 191
  • Xix- Fashionable Intelligence 201
  • XX- - Two Deaths 208
  • XXI- - The Shadowed House 222
  • XXII- - The Queen and the Laureate 239
  • XXIII- - The Queen,Mr. Disraeli, and Mr. Gladstone 248
  • Xxiv- Eighteen-Seventy 268
  • Xxv- The Return 276
  • Xxvi- The Passing Years 287
  • Xxvii- The Day of Triumph 299
  • XXVIII- - Old Age 313
  • Xxix- The Last Drive 330
  • Bibliography 333
  • Index 335
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