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The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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om Windsor Castle at half past 12 in the afternoon. The was in a blezo of nobility and tingle representative of the gones of the Dhuleep Singh, the descendant of the of Lahere, is resplendent in cloth of gold , with collar of pearls and sheen of yellow and it is strange to see him here among the fair-barred Horsemen and Teutons, adventures had never led them the world's circumference of the land has made her own. of the procession of the Queen's guests, in marched Princes Howard of Sexe Weimar, bought in the British ranks at Ickermenn, was by Col. Seymour who stood near at hand in press of men. They all passed into chapel-- of Danish and Pengsian, and and German green and blue, picked out English scarlet; and as the lest of them away into the darkening glow of the inner holding the strains of "God Save the Queen" maded yet louder and nearer, and the cheers of the people sounded louder still. Queen Victoria were the simplest and plainest of woods — a wid