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" Words are too weak for the Queen to say how very deeply touched and gratified she has been by the immense enthusiasm and affection exhibited towards her dear son and herself, from the highest down to the lowest, on the long progress through the capital... "
H. R. H., the Prince of Wales: An Account of His Career, Including His Birth ... - Page 88
by Belloc Lowndes - 1898 - 199 pages
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'A drug in the market': being some of the songs of Zion that are not wanted

Jacobus (pseud.) - Religious poetry, English - 1884 - 114 pages
...very deep sense of the reception she and her dear children met with on Tuesday, February 27th, from millions of her subjects, on her way to and from St....and herself, from the highest down to the lowest, on the long progress through the capital, and she would earnestly wish to convey her warmest and most...
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Celebrated Englishwomen of the Victorian Era, Volume 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - Great Britain - 1884 - 242 pages
...subjects through the press (in March, 1872), the Queen said : 'Words are too weak for the Queen to express how very deeply touched and gratified she has been...immense enthusiasm and affection exhibited towards her son and herself.' She attended the solemn public thanksgiving for the Prince's recovery which was held...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference. [With]

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1885 - 1014 pages
...day 27 Feb. „ The queen In a public letter, gazetted i March, says, " Words are too weak for toe queen to say how very deeply touched and gratified...affection exhibited towards her dear son and herself," dated 29 Feb. „ The qneen, while entering Buckingham Palace, threatened by Arthur O'Connor, aged...
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The Diplomatic Reminiscences of Lord Augustus Loftus. 1862-1879, Volume 2

Lord Augustus William Frederick Spencer Loftus - Europe - 1894 - 390 pages
...very deep sense of the reception she and her dear children met with on Tuesday, February 27th, from millions of her subjects, on her way to and from St....weak for the Queen to say how very deeply touched she has been by the immense enthusiasm and affection exhibited towards her dear son and herself, from...
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The Quiver: An Illustrated Magazine for Sunday and General Reading

Christian life - 1897 - 1174 pages
...very deep sense of the reception she and her dear children met with on Tuesday, February 27th, from millions of her subjects on her way to and from St....and herself, from the highest down to the lowest, on the long progress through the capital, and she would earnestly wish to convey her warmest and most...
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V.R.I. Queen Victoria, Her Life and Empire

John Douglas Sutherland Campbell Duke of Argyll - 1901 - 490 pages
...deep sense of the reception the Queen and her dear children met with on Tuesday [February 27th] from millions of her subjects on her way to and from St....in the long progress through the capital, and she earnestly wishes to convey her warmest and most heartfelt thanks to the whole nation for this demonstration...
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Queen Victoria 1819-1901

Richard Rivington Holmes - Great Britain - 1901 - 362 pages
...very deep sense of the reception she and her dear children met with on Tuesday, February 27th, from millions of her subjects on her way to and from St....and herself, from the highest down to the lowest, on the long progress through the capital, and she would earnestly wish to convey her warmest, and most...
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