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" The Prince and Princess of Wales are anxious to express to Her Majesty's subjects, whether in the United Kingdom, in the Colonies or in India, the sense of their deep gratitude for the universal feeling of sympathy manifested towards them at a time when... "
H. R. H., the Prince of Wales: An Account of His Career, Including His Birth ... - Page 136
by Belloc Lowndes - 1898 - 199 pages
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The Forum, Volume 31

Lorettus Sutton Metcalf, Walter Hines Page, Joseph Mayer Rice, Frederic Taber Cooper, Arthur Hooley, George Henry Payne, Henry Goddard Leach - History - 1900 - 778 pages
...gratitude for the universal feeling of sympathy manifested toward them at a time when they were overpowered by the terrible calamity which they have sustained in the loss of their beloved eldest son. Following this came the active part taken in public affairs by Prince George, as the new heir-apparent...
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The Annual Register, Volume 134

Edmund Burke - Books - 1893 - 668 pages
...gratitude for the universal feeling of sympathy manifested towards them at a time when they are overpowered by the terrible calamity which they have sustained...them more than ever attached to their dear country. " Windsor Castle, Jan. 20, 1892." A few days later there appeared in a special edition of the London...
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria: An Accurate and ...

John Rusk - 1901 - 458 pages
...gratitude for the universal feeling of sympathy manifested towards them at a time when they are overpowered by the terrible calamity which they have sustained...them more than ever attached to their dear country. — Windsor Castle, January 20th, 1892." A few days later there appeared in a special edition of the...
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria

John Rusk - Great Britain - 1901 - 524 pages
...gratitude for the universal feeling of sympathy manifested towards them at a time when they are overpowered by the terrible calamity which they have sustained...them more than ever attached to their dear country. — Windsor Castle, January 20th, 1892." A few days later there appeared in a special edition of the...
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria

John Rusk - Great Britain - 1901 - 524 pages
...gratitude for the universal feeling of sympathy manifested towards them at a time when they are overpowered by the terrible calamity which they have sustained...will make them more than ever attached to their dear country.—Windsor Castle, January 20th, 1892." A few days later there appeared in a special edition...
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