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Identifier: hrhprinceofwales00lown (find matches)
Title: H. R. H., the Prince of Wales; an account of his career, including his birth, education, travels, marriage and home life; and philanthropic, social and political work
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Lowndes, Marie Belloc, 1868-1947
Subjects: Edward VII, king of Great Britain, 1841-1910
Publisher: New York, D. Appleton and company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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les became an accomplished fact, hereadily consented to be its first Chancellor. His Royal Highnesswas installed in this office at Aberystwith in June 1896, and hisfirst act as Chancellor was to confer an honorary degree on thePrincess. At the luncheon which followed, the Princes health wasproposed by Mr, Gladstone. In the following month, the marriage of Princess Maud ofWales to Prince Charles of Denmark took place in the chapel ofBuckingham Palace in the presence of the Queen and the Royalfamilies of the two countries. The Prince of Wales, for a variety of reasons, took a muchgreater part in the Jubilee festivities of 1897 than he did in thoseof ten years before. All the arrangements were submitted for his.approval as well as the Queens, and it was largely owing to his 148 THE PRINCE OF WALES conspicuous organising ability that everything went off with suchtriumphant success. Both the Prince and Princess associated them-selves in a special manner with the occasion, the former by his
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The Prince in Admirals Undress Uniform From a Photograph taken in 1897 by AduHins, Ryde Hospital Fund for London, and the latter by her thoughtful schemeof providing one good dinner for the very poorest. The HospitalFund greatly benefited by the sale of a special stamp, the design ofwhich was selected by the Prince himself. 1893-1897 H9 The Prince of Wales, who is an Admiral of the Fleet, repre-sented the Queen at the magnificent naval review at Spithead, whichwas generally agreed to be, in its way, the finest spectacle of all thatthe Jubilee festivities afforded. Many foreign warships were sent byother countries as tokens of international courtesy. Towards theofficers of these vessels the Prince of Wales displayed all his wontedcordiality ; and in the arrangements for their entertainment his effortswere heartily seconded by Mr. Goschen, the First Lord of theAdmiralty, and the other naval authorities. The spectacle of sovast a concourse of British vessels was rendered doubly impressiv

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