At the dinner at Skegness, after the exhibition of the apparatus belonging to the Lincolnshire Shipwreck Association, on the health of “The Queen” being proposed, it was drank in silence; but, on “The Duke of Wellington” being given, it was drank with three times three, and one cheer more.
What was Lord Browniow, who occupied the chair, about?
Was it fitting in the Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire to suffer such an insult to be offered to his royal mistress?
– Lincoln Gazette.
Source: The Bristol Mercury (Bristol, England), Saturday, October 7, 1837