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< ned > 1 hi his announced purpo to co with withueen i iyueen I1l1lif1I
yueen ueen Alexandra on a yachting cruise In Inthe 10III Inp
p the III Mediterranean on th the return Ium from frominch frulDhlch twinehich
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with h th the Queen a return vIsit to King KingUnuel KindInu
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mat the world got after the Ih King had hadC
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ervtoe a oa monarch th the Imp hopes that w 11n weu weuhd ce cebated
bated on n hi Iilii I rug t1I1elnl King wraonalily his luxftiiaa hi hirIlN hisIn4
ftiiaa < of ib difplu of kingship from fromhirh rrouwhlb fromwhIch
whIch It I never ntIY parmlltal a Upwt a oii oiiin evaiiIn IOn IOnIn
in hi m moat < t democratic dIIII > 4TUo moment and andhi IAIhi aU aUhis
hi his will Id experience if f imhlir affair affairami a affiiirssoil < < ir irnJ
soil nJ cen cenAI rnl xHind H Hln sense > no In hi his abort abortreign shortrIn hortrelen
reign nf if r lilllo more than tune year r hi hiMt h ht heset
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or Irrat ftrluln nrll ln In Iris l k t actual powvr powvrthan MIWr MIWrthan owrthan
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nf his rxreer and anllnok look a positive pneitl potitioi potitioiIn itlOn itlOnIn
In it II It Itu was in Keliruary of this year yearttat yeithat ar art
that t t h he showed b be had a mind and ant n C wIll wilof wIllof III IIIfir
of his own The occasion wa wac 1 the open openIns opnhie openln
Ins ln of Parliament 1rI Ament after the Ih > elertlon elertlonwhich IHlluMhlch Iectlnnawhich
which retuliml ul1 from th action nf the thiIx tMIrdln theLords
Ix Irdln Lords > rda in IhniwinKOUt out the Ih tmdjcet IHlllcetn an n el IIInn dec dectloti c clinn
linn at t which In addition to the questIon qnrtlornf
nf the th budget the Ih whole matter nf the thil theIrd theLords
l Lords > rtia prerogative a AI affecting alTertingUtion < Clinc lcgte lcgtelatoa 1 1Itlon
Ution wa brought up and andtklhe nel d tIiaetaaed tIiaetaaedbihe
tklhe country rollnl rave the tb io lioernmt ernraetit i imajority a aRaJflrit1 amajority
majority but when he h came to b OJn OJnIatllmnt wn wnlerliament r rrliament
rliament the King for lh the lint tim timin tlmtn time timeIn
in the modern mn < Jem history of Kn England land refu rulOPd rulOPdIn i io
In 0 > o Identify himself with the policrofhi policrofhiMimntam poliJ or tile hlalinitera tilelnisters
Mimntam Edward while hll hr hi hill act actand acts actsAnd eta etaand
and word Ordll proclaiming < < himself h a con conMiliilional contillll constItutonl
Miliilional tillll monarch declined to uleril stitiectitxito > o oto
to a fundamental change In the Ih Uriliih Uriliihi rillhontltullon
i onititulion th the proponed hearing ol olhe orh
< he h i hereditary hnodit legitlatlxe power of thllord theixrds the theljird
lord Mi his act of independence which whicht
t 4ll II England agog Uy In innerting in inih Inh inItt
ih h uIpect ltlllC > eeci from flu throne prepared for forhim ror1m forturn
him 1m by II the th lliniiiter 3 nilra the In phrae IP the theor theOliniOn theor
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Ker If kecnt > ent nt epcriencn ptrlenc bat b dcclnned seri eriK rI rIditncllltita
K 5 difficult le due to reetirnng differ differce
ce e 4 of atrong opinion between IJIt n the two Iwnun twonohM IwoItrsfl
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i im lakl < I before rolYou you with nil convenient convenienteed
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lion tIHISi of rarllamejt 110 o a as to fciire fciireundivided ecureundvldsd tlre tlreundilded
undivided authority of I ho lfouv lfouvo 11011I
o I ommon over Iancend ftnn inanov t and II prrdoml prrdomlinn
inn > in I legmlatioH legmlatioHt lIcilll oR oRlit
t tv he e measures la the Ib opinion of my myiern myr
iern 1 r should provide that Ibis house IHMHWild 110 110k
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ID II eteretift impartially in regard Iu IuwMwxl toIegsletion
wMwxl 1 leKHlation 1fJ 4Lat 41R the th function of ofat
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no 1OOtojHJy 4 liHi y not to say ay a atjeirdlty atjeirdltywhole abflJrdllhol
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I turned the th traditional enmity mlly of France Francetowanl FraoMFncloUld FranceI
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real friendly rriendl unileritaadlne be brought broughtalxiiit broughtabut i iabolll
alxiiit l hettpr > ter relation rfial oll with II II Spain and andlielweeii nd I IIwlwfOe Itwtweeti
lielweeii France and Spain Ha U won the thefriendship thaI 1 1rrlndhll
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a war r b be rounded up his work by eo eodOftIlhal sndearors i idearora
dearora dOftIlhal that war more or let successful IUccarulto uccaif uccaifto
to brine lac about nor friendly feellnibtw rWIlDIIWD citing citingbitwse
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peso missions by Ih the personal popularit popularith
h he had attained in his su IraTelt M 1rinc 1rincf lrinCClr
of f Wala when beD people often espand espandthi upandedIhll
the phrase p brue once applied to Reorge Reorgeand I IV IVanti V Vn
and n spoke of rewardAlbert Ird AlLert Edward Edwara EdlnIaa
a aa ha then waiaa tbeflnt gentleman c cKurope or ortlroptt ofMost
Kurope Kuropeiloat tlropttloet
Most modern of king In hi his clot clotattention aloeettntion closeattention
attention to the bualneu 1IIIIIn of royally royalljor
or of reigning rei anini be yet at hi lila coronation ooroDatloucn coronatlogar
gar l London odim a ipcctaol of such tradl tradlllonal Iradilionel
lionel macnlflcenca mlCUln enc that I Its It splendor IplffldortftICribed wi wideacribtd was wasdescribed
described aa 1 verging on what the modem moderdemocrat mndemdmo modemI
I democrat dmo < rall Ilk like to call 11 barbaric U Ubrought Ue liebrought
brought back a life lir to the English coiu coiuwhich eQIwhich court courtwhich
which hi racluaiva mother In tb the h loo looyear long loacta longyears
year ta of her widowhood owho d never nernltu nernltuit permilladIt
it to attain and b he gave lx London oJon > llvaltt llvalttnot JlyoUrDol ItesUerflute
not flute after the th official umei11ar yar of mourning monrnlofor mournlncror
for Queen Victoria was u ended en de and an wb wbhi when whentile ben benhili
hi tile own health b permitted IIIUI him to tate hi hifreely life lilerrly lifefreely
freely again
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The TheQueen Queen dirtl at t Oiborna 11 Isle c cWight or orilhl ofVigbt
Wight ilhl on January yt 1MI at t half pat patin e eIn
in tb the evening nIDC and nd Edward took Hi the nal nalUrn oath oathtile Ih IhI
Urn I nut day befor rore tb the Privy Couac Couacanil louocilan1 Iouiucil Iouiucilsoil
soil was u proclaimed King Hi Ills Corona CoronaUou oorollaUOIl coronaLluU
Uou wa u Ht t for Hi the arl early part of th thdimmer the IheImtf theetininier
dimmer of t IW Q when ih the l London < season seasonwas aoi aoiwa
wa 11 It iu 11 height and all 11 preparation preparationwere
were made for It IxMidon was throng throngwith IbrooCtdwllb
with visitor Westminster Abbey Abbe1n11 wa waturned wasiiinuti
turned over fur lh his ocraaion lo tb tbcimtody th11I100 the theiuetody <
cimtody 11I100 of the Karl arl Marshal of Kugland KuglandIb oclndIhe
Ib Ihe Duke of Norfolk S 4llk It was 110 o Iran Iranformed trnalorm1 transformed
formed by h the III decorator Iore that th I this d dlan iivoted It Itvoted
voted lan Mradlny eicUlnml fOl eI1 11I1 It IMI IMIIheAMiey Nlt Nltt
IheAMiey t h he itly y Ifaucirou1 It ta circus AtHrciial AtHrciialAt A tireIAI
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inent wi 11 mad that th the King health healthwhich beallhwhich healthwhich
which lad been poor for acme lit little t la time timewnnkl tlmwnllkl tImewotiki
wnnkl not permit tha therIllIlYII fasllrillea planned pUnneiand I1lann1and plannedand
and tha th coronation was postponed unti untiAuguM until unlilAUlat untilAugust
August 5 The Th King bad apptidicit apptidicitHo
Ho II had to undergo the usual operation operatiiand olfrallouand operationtout
and b be cam within an ac ace of dying dyingTMK elln ellnTill lyingTIIN
Till KINOS INO nornooo nornoooTbe IIOrooooTh
Tbe Th roaring royal Ixy I a TuiirA TuiirAn rll rllIn
In n glee lee and an triumph iluhhed the future futunKing futllKlnc futureKing
King fin hi his first appearance at Buick Uuckngham IJtlckInCMln BuickInghtn
ngham PaUc on t November t INII 11111lb was waih wasthe
lb the h fret sovereign ltlcn of the lb house of r Has HasColwrc SuuIMirc NaaCohurg
Colwrc and Got Ootba ha hi hll father Pritra PritraAlbert Prl PrlAltrt PrineAlbert
Albert baring hayinllltetl been only onl Prioco Conaort Conaorto
to o Queen < < 111 VictorU A As i is pretty prettYIrall1 prettYIrall1konwn g generally generallyknown naral naralmown >
known mown the tb King Klnen all hi till life lit spoke English KnglMwith tncllahlib Englishwith
with lib a Oerman Onn accent coeo U He equally pok pokrmaD pokerman pokrman
rman with lIh an English on one Th The na natlwi natl uslion
lion tl wa greatly concerned ooacem over hi his earl earlndacatlon eeulf1duratl early earlyeducation
education n It wa 11 finally determined that thait thatItahOIId thatIt
should It t l Ie > put under I1Ddutb undertbedlrrntlon Ib dlrmtloa of th thr the thelte theflew
lte flew r Henry n ry Mildred N lid I Ilirrh When t > ea Im ImejAn I IICAn beIgd
ICAn ejAn In I study 1 idy b be wa already alacI Prince ol olWuln orWu ofWoke
Woke Wu th the ml IiI having huia l tern n confermi confermiipon coormodupon conferndupon
upon him when wh h he wa woe only onl 4 week old oldWbrnthaPrinopwMlOMr oldWhrnthiIrincewuVidr I
WbrnthaPrinopwMlOMr WIIP thfl lrllI I waa tll Mr Rirchwatcuo Rirchwatcuoc Birch WUIICI wassnoecidmi
ecidmi c e < le 11 < by Frederick k W nibha who ho enn ennlinuwl n ntinuiwl
tint fn It superintendence for iwveral iwveralrear paveralyear ral
1 year rear After a continental tour which hlch b blook hIfIk he hetook
look Immediately Upon his legal coming oomininf 11I101 11I101or
nf ag age rt at IS IIeara year the Prince PrlncfIIleoldown PrlncfIIleoldownto MltUil down downIn downto
to it anrinw rlnl nostril noli nf study atud at t Kdioburcb Kdioburcband
and IM Knslind cnrnplaloed that h ho wag waglimn ViallInl wasIwe4ng
Inl limn tivarwluoatad reolut and that lif life WM WMluting wu1lnt W5heing
luting m md d If t > Mrimi rlnel for him himM later latervo Itsrhe
M vo went MIl to Oifnnl > and nrl liatcoad liatfICI to lecture lectureor IlICItllrrnr lecturesfor
for or a year after which h he matriculated maIriQllbtCamrldc at atCamliridge l litn
Camrldc itn irWe and lId wa was ia I residence Iterfor Iter tII tIIror ILersfor
for thr tll three year yearTh yaThe yearsThe
Th The PrInce made hi his ant oOBcial puhlla puhllaippearmnc publioa publinappearance
ippearmnc a In I IxMidoo dOG before h hII he WM WMI
II I ye yea j d4t 1 It was 11 m October Octnt > e an l isis isisr1 M MHi
Hi Queen having promised to appear r1 r1I at atb attie
I tie b opening nlnc of ofthlll theCnoJ the Coal > al FichangvWMkept FichangvWMkeptiway
away y by illne and nd ah she tent Ih the Prince Princn Princeill Princeinheritead
ill inheritead n her kieal He hews wan w accompanied hy h hyhie hyhieolder hw hwkler I Iokl
older okl > r sister the Ih Prince Royal after afterran afterward
ward ran 111 Empress mprfM of Germany and mother roolbernf
of the pent KaIser II aMwte ualated < l two tworear twoyra twoyears
rear years later at 1 th the opening nf the Ih great greatihllltion IItfNItlhlhltlon gustcihiltitlon
ihllltion of IUI I I When he reached Ih Ihig I the theaga h
aga ig 18 of IS Quean Victoria wrote him a aletter aItter aletter
letter Informing him of hi his freedom from fromparefttal rromrarefllal fromparehtal
parefttal control Charts Orerili called calledlint ailedtl
tl lint letter ttr Clno na of th the roost m t admirable admlrabletler admirableleU admirableletter
letter leU erer penned The Prince wept weptver weptonr weptover
over > ver It aa b he carried it to len en Wellealay WellealayJn ell8leyOn
On hia Continental tour b be t ravelled aa aalUron uaron asBaron
Baron aron Renfrew Roonr and wai 11 accompanied accompaniedy
u1 > y Mr Ir Tar who ho bad been elected electedM
a M hi 11 ida chaplain and director of itudieus studies atudiMIUS
us n aLr tT Ti nam rr TO CIHIDI AXD tD ThE THKrsnitn THPI ThEttZTO I
I rsnitn I ttZTOQueen cnltt > UTATKI UTATKIQueen IIUT IIUTQueeD
Queen Victoria bad beenaikeu been ub to visit viaitTanada yilltCoUIad visitCanada 1
Canada after th Ihe Crimean War Waru a a return returnir rettimfor tllm tllmrnr I
for < ir lit tl tIPS services IC8I nf the th Caaadlen r regi regiment gl glnent IIUltnt
nent In that war hut she he sent the t Prince Prinmntlead Prin PrinIntlIIlln Princeite4
ntlead IntlIIlln in IMW accompanied by the Utile Utiletf
or tf XewcaMla When h he ha h hat < 1 concluded concludedii coDOtllddlhl I
lhl his ii < offlcUl omcLIhltlet dutle In Inada the Prince Princev PrillceIIIIIMI Princercstmeul
rcstmeul v um IIIIIMI < Ml the thelnoognito incognito nf hi his tint Euro Eurowan FllroI Europoan I
I JMII wan tour and visited y leod the United States SiatealUron MIAt MIAtUron Statesas
as Baron Itenfrow Before crossing croulnClhe croulnClheI the IbaIna theline
I line he mad a speech M which h he heMydiitIeeaurePresentatiYooftlse ad adMy Id I IIy
My MydiitIeeaurePresentatiYooftlse > Iy diitledfttrepreaentitlveof dllt a or th the Qiieen Qiieenw i
I00510 w this day cia but In a private rapacity rapacityam
I am m about to visit before I return tllm home homebat homethat
that remarkable rkable land which claim with withM
us M common anceatry ant stud ud 11r in whose who whoraordinary liS liSt estraordinarl
raordinary t progress wItT every everyeel eYlIC Englishman lnclihmanrI I Ifeel
eel a common intermit intermitHe
He n tinted Detroit Cbicagn and Ht Htult Mtiou I
iou > ult participated artlelpoll In a priri hunt hunta huntbe
h be a had hunted from rum boyhood with his bliithrr birathrr hisfather
father in KngUnd and n at t the al ate r of i ira iwad
wad ra the best I t allot in lha family went wentn wentto
10 n Washington where he h paid pili a visit to totoimt 10IOOlDt toIount
toimt Vernon moa went on to Kichmond and andtiiladelphU aDdIbilalphla andittllat1elphi
tiiladelphU and Ibo came to tJ New Nework Se Seork XewYork
ork The Th crush to t 1 see ee 11 him hire h re ren W WIIOmIOII waq waqettornione
IIOmIOII n rn > ou The Th city bad no hall large largenough larcetn01lch largeenough
enough toacoommodatethoiwwhowanteit toacoommodatethoiwwhowanteitattend loOOntmotal IhCMII who antlll antlllto
to > attend the th great ball h1I1IIhln given In hit hi honor honornd bnnorand honorand
and nd 3000 guests were e selected el ct d That Thatan Thatwas
and the floor of the Acoadltm Acoadltmur
was an a too many man msnyand Academy Academyf
ur f JIualo where It wa held broke l > n > k down downtorchlight downA
A torchlight procession of < 000 volunteer volunteerrenien volunteerfiremen ulllnlrrellleo
firemen renien in uniform greatly pleased th thoung th101lnC the theyoung
young oung Prince and It ha baa been asiti lil that thatoo IbatRoo thatfloss
Roo floss oo Tweed and Itlchard Croker were in iniat Inth1t Inthat
that iat parade He II went nt to tJ Hoaton and met mttlolmr metlIolm instHolmes
Holmes Longfellow and Emerson and andtiled antiailett ncl ncl1It
tiled for home on II M H Hero Th Thlilp Thhlp Thhlp
hlp wa ileUyrd by storm rm and when the thatine th thIrlnce thePrince
Prince tine reached home ba found that pub puba puhlie publie
lie a prayer pray had hadln teen offered < < < t for hi his 1 1tlon jervuution > rr rrration
ervuution ration tlon
54f0AD OIIID APrltOVRfl 1P 1110 YlU nil nl U4IRtAOK TO TOThe TOLn inLr
Ln Lr UIPIU UIPIUTh 51155The
The Th next year 11I1 AHwrt Edward met the thePrince Ih IhPri thePrincess
Prince Pri Aleundra ilsy ndr daughter uf th thheir thItlr the theheir
heir de designate > ignjte tu th thee throne of Deuroark Deuroarkami
and they fell fllin In lore 10 the II romantic match matetarreeting matmtinl matchrereting
rreeting tinl the gimt approval of the Engllnh Engllnhprepl EnlllllliJIeple Englishpeople
people They Th were w married nl1 on March 10 10IMS 10IW tOIMiS
IMS a aIr few month later tel the thelrDce Prince b being IItlnllit ing ingat
at that time K III roraanUo that ba had hadanenaded IIAdanenad badserenaded
serenaded hi bll betrothed IIttrolb often during th thcouitahlp thcolIhlp the thecoil
couitahlp coil tahip The Princ Princeass father had In Intha inlbs
lbs meantime ascended l1CflId Ib the Danish Danilhtbron Danilhtbronn throne thronTh throneThe
Th new Princ Princess of Wale Immediately Immediatelywon hnm < < lllctly
won th the heart of the tb English nation nationmainly natloaalaly nationmainly
mainly by her attitude toward tb thq people peoplethera JlCIOpleIUlBlIlw peoplethemeelee
thera IUlBlIlw Ive Their affection ecUon for her In Ineraaaed IIIer Increased
eraaaed er a later It through a sympathy which whichhey whichthey Itfh Itfhther
hey felt rl for her h when they beHevad that thattha thatthe katIIII
tha Prince RJUatrtr had eauMxl her herer ItrrIGC hersore
IGC sore er Krief 1Pf Thi Jfrel4ea eke ha has always alwayItad atwa atwaIta4 alwayshad
had a friaceM sad a as Q Qcis etr B IB I IM7 18117III
III
when blft ah she bad an lllntt that caoatd aravi araviconcern 11 11celncem masconcern
concern at the English court th the Prince Prlociahowed Prlncoallowed Princeshowed
allowed extreme devotion to her b and even evenhat vcliad vc nabat
bat hi hill desk moved to her h lick room roomto
to that be could still be lmro ImrottJlatI dlatly at alham atballli athind
ham and yt t atttmd to hi hIs raormgui raormguicon eI10nuQUiloonpondoCt enonnuuscorcesponIsnce
con oonpondoCt poDdDCi > to which lIlrb ha ba h baa always alwayigiven alw alwIYen alwaysgiven
given IYen pronal reonll tttolloii altboiigh his hlimall hiamall hismall
mall bag ba averaged IYerac 200 l letters tt r a day dayIn cia ciaIn dayIn
In liri II I th the Princ Inco and 1 Princess vtilt 11t1 vtit4Egypt 11t1tJpt > l lKgypt
Egypt and lrco where the Princess Priacoaaibrulber lrUiC8Ubrulhr Princessbrother
brother I King The 111 year after theIr ibclrrtturn thaiIreturn theIrreturn
return the Prince bad bdn an attackof typhoid typbulilf typhilidfever typhoidfever
f fever ver which caused tb the greatest tAINt t aniUty aniUtyOn
On January rIDII II 1171 b be was pronounced pronouncadout
out of danger and Dt un Kl February > niary 37 there therewaa tberewu therewag
wag a national thanksgiving for hi bll r rcovry re recon recUTely <
cUTely con In tin l7 h be went WIIDIIo to India ID Jla agabat agabat0tjJ laal1lojd sgslnslloud
loud opposition op litlon to such a plMatira Jaunt Jauntt
at t thpublicip lb the public S1P IPftM n flL > Lut Ut aftcrhl alt bl four fourmontt lourmonth fourtaonths
month vials Iall bl his Intwcourta with th thoatlv the ttelUlU thenative
lUlU magnates mapa hail bon be < ln found to b bpnxiuctlv tA tAplOducth beproductive
productive of eo o mitch good COO that the thepopl tb tbpeopl thepeople
people at 1 bom fall to rejoicing again againand artalnand againand
and Ian him a routing rtceptlon ptlO on hit hitr hlltufU hi hireturn
r return returnTh turn turnrna tufUm
rna m cntrntoK OP ma caxvtonoxs co nanOlsutl C0iTlCi1OX5tU3cnsrnts nanOlsutlCtfUtT1U un uncnarms
cnarms cnarmsWith CtfUtT1UWith cnsrntsWith
With all 11 h ba affability 1Ihlllt th the Princ had hadIk badtI hadthe
tI the Ik courage llrc of hi his conviction aa a h hbowed be be1170 heshowed
bowed In laid wh when beD n h be agreed ta preside prvaldat prealdeI I
at a Jubile fMtlval of Ih he IJceoaaU < < Vic Victualler Vicalier ¬ I Itu1IIt
tualler Asylum or horn for or aged and andnflrtn andInfirm ad adInnnn
nflrtn saloon keepers H lie wa deluged delugedwith deluged1 deluged1with hICed I Iwllb
with protest pmt against recognition of the thetrail Ih Ihtrad tIetrait
trail H lie replied that h he was not en enoouraftof enOOllllll1nl enoouiragiDg
oouraftof tb the aal asic of alcoholic drink drinkiiit drinhlit
tutu iiit was u encouraging an anzcellcntcharity anzcellcntcharityand ticellent charity charityand
and h he carried out hi hll Inttotiou Hi Hitther lIil lIilralher liifather
father wtronirwl the charity a alt h hiniiited talojllld he her
r iniiited nut Many times Ib the Prince went wentIn wentIn ftIt ftItenthllallicaUy
In enthusIastically for tb the promotionof promotion I IlOr
of venous iinoii rharitable enterpriteaod enterprises and b bwan bor boral hawa
wan wa al inilrutnental In banging to success elllCCenl elllCCenltlo successthe uccenthe
the tlo tolnuial and Indian lUhiUtion lIiI tion of ofIsM ofiBM
IsM In IMI ha h Kail iaii math hi his llr fIrst t speech speechin pechiu j
iu the house uf lAnds in favor of ofhousing hatter hatterhoiiaing I IhOliainK
housing of r the poor and ha h Mtrvml rveol n na IIcomntillee na
a committee to I consider r thn th qunatimi qunatimiTHAsnT ulluntloxaiftaNitY IIIIDIITna
THAsnT Tna cnorr cao ncixiitu ncixiituIn IIANV IIANVh
In h UW n ItS Sir William lordon GllmPl Cuimmng nlC I IIlImllloD1 Iiuiunnioned
umnioned Ih the Prince a as a witnemi wiln In Inhi IIIhil Inhi
hi hil stilt lilt ijtmit various persons lIOn for fornlander tori toriuttantiar I IaaDllIr
nlander In having saul hllhat that he bad ba cheated ebel cheatedat i iat j
at tab at a timo when the lb Prince was wtabanker w wn wasbanker
banker The n game wo 11I IdrcaraL Thai ThaiPnnea Thll ThuJ I
Prince leitifleil that m hi his opinion the therliarc Ih Ihrhar thecharipe
rliarc rhar against Sir William was wr wrfounded mull wJIaill mullfisnileui
founded and the jury jilt found a verdict nlirt
QUEEN ALEXANDRA I
acconlingly The whole episode caused causedgreat causedgreat
great acandal in England and through throughout I
out the world generally Tb The episode rpiaodei PilOtl PilOtlII
i II generally cconlraItYllpOkn spoken of a as theTranhy the Tranhy frnft frnfttcandal troltrrom 1rnttscandal
scandal from the Ib name of the country countrybout countryhouse
bout where ht the Ih gambling look itaea itaeaContinuously lIIat41ConUnuollallInlll ilaeecntinuouly I
Continuously ConUnuollallInlll until hi his accession tCtlll on to the thethrone th thethrone I
throne the Ib Prince Int I > ent nl a great dual of oflilt iufhi i ihr
hr lilt lima in Continental < I Unenbl travel and an In Inupervialon InIJMrYllolI inauipervlaion
upervialon of charitabln enterprises nlrp In Inwhich Inwhich I Iwhich
which he b wa wa Interacted In attending attendingvanou attendingTaflOiS I Iurlu
vanou function which the th Sovereign Sovereignwould HIfnolttnW01i1d SovereIgnwould
would ordinarily h he called upun lo attend attendbut attendbut ttendbut
but which Que Queen < < n Vlctona Ictori wilhhrld her heraelf brIr herself
self Ir from no tIt the duly dUI Involve dolllIpon dolllIponblm I upon upunhim uponhim
him Everywhere vryw be h did the right thing thingand thlnland thingand
and aid id the th right thing ami hi hill popu popularity popularil Itopularity ¬
larity laril increased InCrC wilb year PUll In twin IBnowbilo twinmliii I Iwhilo I
wbilo ba II wa wu pawing IIIIC through tlniiwvl tlniiwvla
a half wilted youth named KipUlo llr tired Ilrltwo tiredtwo l ltwo
two shots hot at him but ba wa not injured injuredIn
In UM he untamed a severe vr Injury to hi hiknea hikn PuS PuSknee
knee kn which gave I him a light limp for forlong 3r a alonr along
long time timeIn tlUIIn titusIn
In London aa Prince he occupied Marl Marlborough Marltuorouigh 4fI 4fIIlOroueb
borough house lIelU a ouroparatlvely mod modest modestplace at atplace i ic
place c But much of his hi Urn tim wa pent spentat pentt I
at t Handringham a place which bad Wn Wnelected Isumselected
elected HlcocI fur him whvu he h wa a young youngman YOllRcman youungroan
man It I is an n reLate of about ll > OIlt Huou acreand acre ac acand acresand
and ha h g gave v tba Ib keenest attention to de developing tIesveloping ¬ 1 1nloplDC
veloping it H lie hill there a village y lCII club clubat clubal 1 1at
at hi his own espouse and gave < < aYe time and andthought andthought nd I IthoueM
thought to the th farmer frm to agricultural agriculturalwibjecta agriculturaluiubjccts IriculluralaubJeotl
wibjecta to the breading of horses ho and andJog ancldop analdogs
Jog and other enterprise Ha II entered enteredill
ill the shows and cootrnU cont al of the neigh neighborhood alttbborboocl neighborbood ¬
borhood a as well a u the IblUltloD1 national shows and andencouraged alldneourapl andeneourged
encouraged bi Lis III children to follow hi histample IIIe IIIeeumpll Iiiezampie
stample H wa w was greatly Interested In InflrvflgbUng InIII inflre
III flre flrvflgbUng fighting btlnlC and nd b lie Ixilll up a fire brigada brigadait brlrl brlrlat
at Ktndringbam which did On tins aerviea aervieawhen iervcewhen rvice rvicewben
when the th roof of the bouts bOil wat burned burnedIn lIrn lIrnIII
In 1801 1801am 1551sic
am r > ruocBcT Y AND D IoTa 10 or 0 sroar SM ANt AXDEvtry ANtstur XP XPIIIC
IIIC stur sturEvery a IT r rEnry
Every port Interested him bl 1 and twice twiceba Iwltllbe twicehe
ba won Ih the Derby with Persimmon Itrl mllion and andDiamond andImood andDiamond
Diamond Jubilee Jllbll Ha II wa wn wiq an enlhiiManti enlhiiMantibuntmian cnthuiII4atushuntnmn
buntmian and liked dr I stalking Ha Hama II IIWI lIewas l
ma WI a great nNIt patron of the b stage and often oftenbought orlnbOIlCbL oftenbought
bought hundred of ticket for play playhlch pisywhich IaYI IaYIblcb
which h he deemed good and nd worthy of ofpatronage orpatronaa ofpatronage
patronage ev evan n If be b didnt uae us them themHI thllUlHia thenHis
His HI tastes were re catholic In hit democ democracy elffJIOCrCT drenocracy ¬
racy h be used to enjoy much aa a PriMe Princato
to rid ride about London b hansom cab cabalthough nbeallhoulb cabsalthough
although h he had a splendid Ip ndld stable that thatlook thailook thattook
look JiriflOO a year and the work of forty fortyman rM17mM fortymen
man to keep up A a yaehteman h he wa wanown wu wuk wasknews
k knews < nown everywhere and Rd h hll often won on th the theQ theQeeena
3 Qeeena een cup at 1 Owe t Hi beat t known knownMat IiMWL knownheat
Mat L wo Ib atle cutler Britannia H fle > fal falwed fe felewed
lewlll wed the slew of the world always Iwy a aN aida d
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If yarfr tirel la I a Cialamai CialamaiY chaimeratYseur
Y Yseur VIa is right rightBtttlll rflatI rightiVs
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In time of trouble ha h I kept In constant oonitanto ocnllanltllch constanttoch
to tllch < ch with lIh th lhe il tlltcr tslgraplu grapli b II spoke tpoklerman spokelerman ke kelrmaD
lerman French Italian and llul llulb Itwlanldl Ituslanbeside
b beside iMe English Hit Hi fond fondness for hand handoont banalsome
some 1 lI6 women la too w well known to raqulrmor require requll4lmo requiremore
more than mention II lie was tb the cbl cblFreMaaon chief cblerFr chiefFr
FreMaaon Fr e3uon 3lasonof Uawaaelectadarandalaate Uawaaelectadarandalaateof uter utert
t of th Free Masons In England la 1174 1174and 1114and 1I4and
and th the next yearwaa yur wu lotulltd aa First FirstI FirstPrfcipaI KlrtPrincipal Irat IratPrl
Principal Prl ciJl4I of the lloyal Arch Fr Free Mason ManoniH Masonlie
I H lie originated th the lloyd Coll ColIc of Jlutland Jlutl 3ItisIcanti IulloI
I and established a fund for tb the study o ocancer or orccncer ofcancer
cancer and Dd the search arch for or it ILl cur II IIwaa lie liewas
was godfather to mor than a hundred hundrxbabUt bundredbaM hundredbabies
babies baM Emperor mpror WUIlam mid bun blmIJ a aKi aField
Ki Field ld Marshal of th the German army U Ubail Uh1 lie liebad
bail decoration order ord and mllllar mllllartitle bliIIlr1tltlel militarytitles
title from every ry monarchy In th the worldI worldlOwaSos world worldUWiBDH
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UWiBDH I WAlO TtTLrs AND fU HIS meI CIIIUlBaN CIIIUlBaNRdward entLPDSI
I Edward wa King of tb United King Kiogdom Klacdom KingJoin
dom of flrtat Britain and Ireland and nd Ut UtEritlah tberiliah tiBritish
British Poauioiia Itflyood lI < oond tha Huts KaaDefender HIlaloofendr HutsIafsnder
Defender of th the Faith Emperor Ir India IndiaField IndiaI
I Field iI < 1 Marshal Honorary AdmirAl Hoc Hooorary HoclIrar lionolaf
orary lIrar Colonel of the th Cavalry < of the t Quanl QuanlColonel OIlIIJI OuianiColonel
I Colonel In Chief of th the Tenth IIIclmotUt IIIclmotUtof fegirou fegirounf
of lltitian the Prince of f Wal W Wlsaa I Own Ownand Ownn1 Ownand
and n1 of the th First and nll Ueoond fife Guard GuardIba OuardIhe Guardthe
the lireaaiJier Clrf aJler Cxildttretni Hoot trial IrUlami trialautti
ami ttoyal Horn IIn mardi Rovoraign o oih or orII ofii
II Order of the tb darterEnlght of tb tbOnJtr tbUrdar the theOrtiar
OnJtr of Ht Andrew and Ant of tba lb li orders o otb or orIlia oftile
tb tile Annunciation I lie Elephant the theHlarU therk theHaelu
HlarU rk Fagl cle th the Golden fleece and many manymor mD7Innr manymore
more Innrlb moreill morIh
Ih King had alt Ii a children UUeldeat UUeldeation Uia fit eldest eldtan
ion Prinna 4ert eTt Victor of Wale Duke Dukuf lJukeof
uf Clarenc died 111110 In UJJ HI 11I11 leoond tau taulcxirge relitLonrce wuionrge
lcxirge hike nf York ork married b bts cIriU
brother flancve e the tll Prince Victoria VictoriaMary VictoriaIary VictoriaMary
I Mary of Teck Ha II was lorn on June 3 3Wi 3Illit 3Itan
Wi and lId was married July a 1883 1883lri lt3As xu xuA
A As < Prince lri George of Wale alea ha h was a most mostIHHMiIar mOlttI muitpopular
popular Sailer Princa in the th navy nav with withInch wilhhloIl withwlui4i
I Inch ha h served rveU aad 11 aaiongthe people peopleIlia
Ilia piilarity > wa vastly 1 greater ban thanthat banthat
I that of hi colder elJ elier Jer r brother rot her who whohail who1usd lto ltoh
hail h hewn popularly known a as Collar Collarand Collaraanal i
I and Culf l1I From roRl the time of becoming 1It00millI
I heir apparent Imiivrr bll 1 tha th Ihika ol olYork orork ofYork
York ork pupuUnty fell off From relm the jolly jollyMI Joilyeeilor
MI eeilor lor Prince L be b ttmll < ctm cold eo o i 101 iolJ iolJthat < ok okthat
I that ha wa caricatured caritur111I < l in London music muaiohall mUllohII musicball
hall and d in the Ih audiences utinc < tt there would wouldb 0111 0111I
b I let cri cries of After tilt Prince of Wale Walelee w wIe Waleslee
lee Ie water lea Nt water 11 Horn ne aay ha h was waaonly u uonly
only shy Wilbln llliln the last r t three thr or four fourye rOllrrA fourye415
ye ye415 r rA however lha Priuca Ipctl of Walea WI haa haaundergone h hlIudrjton ha hauinuiergon
undergone another chance hnr and nellal hi liii popu popularity 1011Ilarily popuiarity ¬
larity lumuwrnKd luau rnrd to he M > returning I I bi bifather birahr hIs hIsfather
father thn lii King lilllllAzaf1 began going out U lees he hawent hewent hewent
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of Cornwall and York ork They Tb went through throughtbe
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that King Edward conferred upon tb tbDuk lbhlk the theIuik
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children of this marriage are PrInce PrincEdward PrInce1lwnI PrinceEdward
Edward Albert Christian fimrgfl ri4 Andrew AndrsnPatrick Aaclrawatrltk AndrewPatrick
Patrick DavId I > 1tvkl l born m June i UB hau PriorAlbert Prior lrlDtelbIrt ItdncAlbert
Albert lbIrt Krrderielc Arthur George Ottor born bornDecember oommr borniecemhr
December mr 14 NIl and fld Prince Victoria VictoriaAlexandra VletoriZ4leundra IctonlAlPuoor
Alexandra a AHe Mary 3 born > om April AprilA i 1nt
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