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(From the Court Circultr.)

(From the Court Circultr.)

le*® Bruce, later arrived Ballater and leit car for Balmoral. guard honour posted in the station square, and cir Godfrev Faussett, Equerry, presented W D. F.* Campbell, officer commanding Guard. The Queen was cheered n*r '■jr left the station.
29 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

The Lord Provoet of Aberdeen and Mr-. Alexander were in attendance at Aberdeen rJl !vvay station. »aptain Sir Bryan Godfrey Faussett, R.N. ;.]acrry-in-Waiting to the King), was in fl-vodance Ballater railway station upon the ,va I of her Majesty. The King’s
29 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Kir d attetM Faussett, morning U Bis London Harrogate The Lor trates, and attends The King Battalion under the

The Kir d attetM Faussett, morning U Bis London Harrogate The Lor trates, and attends The King Battalion under the

The Kir d attetM Faussett, morning U Bis London Harrogate The Lor trates, and attends The King Battalion under the bell, was /The Marq Lieutenant son, ol the Provo station. The Princess drove froir the King. his King was nnder Mackenzie bv the Colonel
25 August 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
letters to the editor

letters to the editor

SOCIETY. (From th. Court Circular.) Balmoral Castle, Tkursdaj The King, accompanied Prince Georg* and attended CapUin Sir Bn” J Faussett, R.N., arrived the lastle t morning from Hatewood House Leeds The Duke and Duchess lork. Princess Elisabeth and Princess
25 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
JJECOGMsINCi the imj

JJECOGMsINCi the imj

Ix>rd Lieutenant the West Hiding of Yorkshire. The King, accompanied by Prince George and attended Captain bir Bryan Godfrey- Faussett. R.N.. E(juerry-in-Waiting, left Harewood House this evening for Balmoral Castle. THE DUKE AND DUCHESS OF YORK. Arrival With
24 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
– – COURT AND PERSONAL.

– – COURT AND PERSONAL.

the guests of the Princess Royal and her husband. The party accompanying the King and Queen includes Cvtain Sir Bryan G. Faussett, Lady Bertha Dawkins and Mr. Mitchell. Sir Edward Hilton Young will be the Cabinet Minister in attendance. After the opening
22 August 1933 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SANDRINGHAM

SANDRINGHAM

R.N., J.qnerryin-Waiting, were in attendance. The King and Queen, .attended hv Bertha Dawkins. Captain Sir Bryan Godfrey- Faussett. R.N.. and Mr. Frank Mitchell, left the Palace for Sandringham. DUKE OF YORK IN CAMP, Spends Night With His Four Hundred
09 August 1933 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AROENTINE GRAIN OPTIONS

AROENTINE GRAIN OPTIONS

Shaftesbury, the Right Hon. Walter nuan. M l*.. President of the Board of Minister in Attendance), Captain Sir j;''.Godfrey Faussett, H.N., and .Nlajor the \lexander Harjiugs (Equerries in Waiting), ;,|-iam Richard Harrison, R.N.R. (A.D.C. iJing). disembarked
27 July 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

service for the Viscount Burnham, which was held at St. Margaret’s Church, Westminster, to-day. Captain Bir Bryan Godfrey Faussett, R.N., has succeeded Licut.-Colonel Reginald Seymour as Fquerry-in-Waiting to the King. The Countess ol Shaftesbury has succeeded
26 July 1933 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURAGEOUSCOMRADES' FINE WORK. PLAYGROUND FOR THE DEAF. "110171TPLEASANT," Th. name "Mountpkasant" seems to hare been a happily chosen one for

COURAGEOUSCOMRADES' FINE WORK. PLAYGROUND FOR THE DEAF. "110171TPLEASANT," Th. name "Mountpkasant" seems to hare been a happily chosen one for

tea arrangements were in the hands of Mrs. Hill. Mn.s Martin. Mrs. Magill. Mrs. Curran. Miss M`Gonigal, Miss Phillips. Miss Faussett, Mrs. Collis; and h e girls (Intimate* and the sports committee, who arranged the tournament, consisted of Miss Hogg. the
29 May 1933 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland