Was there celebrations when Queen Victoria became the longest Monarch ?
Over the King or Queen who had been longest serving before her,and when did Victoria become the longest serving ?
Not that I know of. The longest reigning monarch of the overall serfdoms of England, Scotland, and Great Britain BEFORE Victoria broke his record was a Post-Treaty-of-Union monarch George III. He reigned for 59 years and 96 days. Victoria beat it when she reigned for 59 years and 97 days and that was on the 25th of September 1896, 268 days before she celebrated her rhinestone jubilee!
None of any great significance. She requested when she exceeded her grandfather's reign (George III) that any festivities were deferred until the Diamond Jubilee the following year. Presumably she did not want to risk dying of a surfeit of jamborees.
Oh YEes, the people watched it on their flat screens and listened to it on their iPods whilst drinking Asti SPEWmanti from plastic cups.
street parties!! children were allowed out of their chimneys. the whole empire drank.
There was a special celebration for Victoria's Diamond anniversary on the throne, and that nearly coincided with her surpassing of George III's record. He reigned for 59 years, 96 days, so the celebration of Victoria's 60th anniversary on the throne, which occurred in 1897, WAS the celebration
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[Illustration: HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, LONDON, ENGLAND.--These edifices
form a single pile of buildings of the richest Gothic style. They
cover over eight acres, contain one hundred stair-cases, eleven
hundred apartments, and cost $15,000,000. They are perhaps the
most costly national structure in the world. The Queen enters on
the opening and prorogation of Parliament through the Victoria
Tower, which is three hundred and forty feet high. The imposing
river-front of the edifice is nine hundred and forty feet long,
and adorned with statues of English monarchs, from William the
Conqueror to Queen Victoria.]
The Queen her little foot boy address'd:
_The longest night_.
"Go, come to me hither the Algreve request."
_Love me doth thrall_.