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" The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense of the touching sympathy of the whole nation on the occasion of the alarming illness of her dear son, the Prince of Wales. The universal feeling shown by her people during those painful, terrible days,... "
H. R. H., the Prince of Wales: An Account of His Career, Including His Birth ... - Page 84
by Belloc Lowndes - 1898 - 199 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 113

History - 1872 - 802 pages
...write of the steady progress of the Prince to complete recovery. "Windsor Castle, December 26, 1871. " The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense...Wales, as well as the general joy at the improvement in the Prince of Wales's state, have made a deep and lasting impression on her heart which can never...
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Punch, Volumes 62-63

Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman - Caricatures and cartoons - 1872 - 578 pages
...QUEEN VicIOHIA has been pleased to present. It is the simple, warm, graceful expression of a Mother's " deep sense of the touching sympathy of the whole Nation...occasion of the alarming illness of her dear son, the ParscE OF WALES." Thus writes our Sovereign, dating, happily, from Windsor Castle : — " The universal...
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The Annual Register

Edmund Burke - History - 1872 - 732 pages
...write of the steady progress of the Prince to complete recovery. "Windsor Castle, December 26, 1871. " The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense...Wales, as well as the general joy at the improvement in the Prince of Wales's state, have made a deep and lasting impression on her heart which can never...
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The Annual Register

Edmund Burke - History - 1872 - 814 pages
...write of the steady progress of the Prince to complete recovery. "Windsor Castle, December 26, 1871. " The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense...Wales, as well as the general joy at the improvement in the Prince of Wales's state, have made a deep and lasting impression on her heart which can never...
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Beeton's Date-book: a British chronology

Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1872 - 352 pages
...commands to make public a letter, dated Windsor Castle, December a6th, in which her Majesty expresses her "deep sense of the touching sympathy of the whole...alarming illness of her dear son, the Prince of Wales." — 30. Explosion of a traction engine at Glasgow ; 5 persons killed and 30 injured. INDEX. Abbeys...
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Punch, Volumes 62-63

Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman - Caricatures and cartoons - 1872 - 590 pages
...QUEEN VICTORIA has been pleased to present. It is the simple, warm, graceful expression of a Mother's " deep sense of the touching sympathy of the whole Nation...alarming illness of her dear son, the PRINCE OF WALES." Thus writes our Sovereign, dating, happily, from Windsor Castle : — " The universal feeling shown...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1872 - 592 pages
...be told so effectively as in Her own graceful and grateful Letter :— " Windsor Castle, Dec. 20. " The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense...whole nation on the occasion of the alarming illness o: her dear son, the Prince of Wales. The universa' feeling shown by her people during those painful...
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'Old Jonathan': or, The district and parish helper, Volume 4

Parish helper - 1873 - 104 pages
...Subscriber hiw forwttrdul 5 for the free distribution of that publication in Brighton during 137E. " The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense of the touching sympathy of the w/tole nation on the occasion of the alarming illness of her dear son, the Prince of Wales. Tlie universal...
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Proceedings of the Synod of the United Presbyterian Church..., Volume 4

United Presbyterian church (Scotland) - 1874 - 926 pages
...Majesty the Queen's commands to make public the following letter : — Windsor Castle, December 26. The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense...Wales. The universal feeling shown by her people during * The following appears in the supplement of the London Gazette, published on Saturday, 9th December...
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The History of England from the Year 1830-1874, Volume 3

William Nassau Molesworth - Great Britain - 1874 - 506 pages
...towards herself and the prince throughout this trying period : — ' WINDSOB CASTLE, Dec. 26, 1871. ' The Queen is very anxious to express her deep sense...son, the Prince of Wales. The universal feeling shown for her by her people during those painful, terrible days, and the sympathy evinced by them with herself...
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