8 September 1888
Prince Albert Victor of Wales, who has been the guest of Viscount and Viscountess Downe at Danby Lodge, Grosmont, Yorkshire, during the last ten days, left yesterday, attended by Captain Fisher and accompanied by Viscount Downe, to rejoin his regiment, the 10th Royal Hussars, at York. The average bags during the six days' shooting have been 300 brace, with a few snipes, golden plovers, and hares. The weather on the whole has been good, excepting Saturday last, when the rain prevented shooting. His Royal Highness thoroughly enjoyed himself during his stay. The party having the honour of meeting the Prince will separate this morning.