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DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AFFECTIONATE TRIBUTES

... DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AFFECTIONATE TRIBUTES. MILITARY FUNERAL FROM WESTMINSTER ABBEY. COURT ARRANGEMENTS. Wits profound regret we hare the death of bit Royal Higkeess the Duke of Cambridge, who paced peacefully away Teter - day rooming at 1015, at hi residence ...

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE

... subject : chief chersoterinics and the main merits of Toe ahe Duke ' s mrriap n men wed. 0. the men who had Pawed away. The Duke assteasoey, as on other matters, from his very early Cambridge was, of course, not a re- days, Royal Highness's views wen, dear ...

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE ON THE

... DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE ON THE EMPIRE. The Duke of Cambridge was the principal guest at the {oth annual dinner of the old students of King's College, which was held last night at the Holborn Restaurant, under the chairmanship of Sir John A. Cockburn, IC.C.M ...

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. TUESDAY'S FUNERAL

... THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. TUESDAY'S FUNERAL. THE KING AS CHIEF MOURNER are authori by the ord Chamberlain that the L funeral of Field-Marshal his Bays! Highness the Duke of Cambridge, LG., will take place on Tuesday next, the 22na The erst portion of the ...

ITHE MILITARY LIFE OF THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE

... ITHE MILITARY LIFE OF THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. (JOHN MURRAY.) Colonel Willoughby Verner, the author of The Military Life of the Duke of Cambridge, which a published by Mr. John Murray to-day, has had anything but an easy task. It is questionable, indeed ...

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE

... THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AT WELLINGTON BARRACKS. In the matter of fog his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, who inspected the 2nd Ooidstream Guards and the 3rd Grenadier and Ist Coldstream Reservists at Wellington Bar- j racks, was rather more fortunate ...

DINNER TO THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE

... DINNER TO THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE A dinner in honour of Field-Marshal his Boyal Highnes the Duke Cambridge, on hit retirement from the port Cominander-in-Chief, was given the Whitehall Rooms. H6tel Metropole, last evening, members of the United Serrioe ...

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES. LATE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE

... NOTES. LATE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. In a short and sympathetic speech, received with every token of respect and attention, the Prime Minister yesterday afternoon expressed the fooling of grief entertained by the House of Commons at the death of the Duke of Cambridge ...

THE ASSAULT ON THE DUKE OE CAMBRIDGE

... THE ASSAULT THE DUKE OE CAMBRIDGE. Tne grand jury returned true ti»l for misdemeanour aguiuatCharles ModdAitMaousell, for asuaultmg al iagiussaa Duke Cambridge. he defendant soirendered shortly afterwards and went into the dock. Not Guilty. The Recorder ...

THE DAILY TELEGRA /H, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904. THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. GRAVE CONDITION

... the Duke of Cambridge was awed early this morning with a recurrence of hemorrhage from the stomach. His Royal Highness has slightly rallied, but this fresh attack gives cause for renewed anxiety, 1.60 p.m. His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge has ...

THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE

... THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. (BY EASTERS TELEGRAPH CABLE.) [non 001 own coKcrsFosussT MALTA, WtDKisoAT. This morning Duka of Cambridge inspected the infantry of the Indian contingent, and aipseaasd himself aa highly satisfied. In afternoon hie Royal Highness ...