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English:  Queen Victoria, her collie dog Noble, and the Munshi, Abdul Karim.

Published in the The Graphic, 16 October 1897

Taken in the Garden Cottage at Balmoral, 1894 or 1895.


Scanned from: Hibbert, Christopher (2000) Queen Victoria: A Personal History, London: HarperCollins, ISBN 0-006-38843-4, between pages 462 and 463

Also published in:

Wilson, A. N. (2002) The Victorians, London: Hutchinson, ISBN 0-09-179421-8, between pages 654 and 565

Basu, Shrabani (2010) Victoria and Abdul: The True Strory of the Queen's Closest COnfidant, Stroud, Gloucestershire: History Press, ISBN 978-0-7524-5364-4, between pages 112 and 113


1894 or 1895


Robert Milne of Ballater and Aboyne. According to Dr Sheila Sedgwick MBE at Ballater Eagle, issue 60, p. 46, Milne was alive "around 1946".

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