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Souvenirs of the Prince of Wales.

--To five of the officers on the western division of the Grand Trunk Railway, very beautiful medals have been forwarded by the home authorities, intended to serve as a memorial of the late visit of His Royal Highness to Canada. On the one side is a portrait of the Prince and the words "Visited Canada and inaugurated Victoria Bridge, 1860." On the other side is His Royal Highness' crest, placed in the centre of a wreath of maple leaves intertwined with a scroll bearing the words, "Welcome, welcome, welcome." Each medal is about three inches in diameter.

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