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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1860., [Electronic resource], The American Minister at Windor Castle. (search)
The American Minister at Windor Castle. --Mr. Dallas, our Minister, as has been stated, has been invited, with Mrs. Dallas, to spend a few days at Windsor. The Queen received him most graciously, and constantly displayed in her conversation with him the highest appreciation of the manner in which the Prince of Wales has been received in the States. She was exceedingly courteous, and devoted herself with zeal to the entertainment of her guests, walking with Mrs. Dallas in the castle grouof her guests, walking with Mrs. Dallas in the castle grounds, and driving them about in the park. She has received great pleasure from the kindly feeling displayed towards the Prince in America, and she testifies it by this act of friendly politeness; for it is not customary for any who are not personally intimate with some member of the Royal family to be invited to Windsor, and since Mr. Stevenson was here, twenty years ago, this privilege has never been extended to any American Minister.
on was recently seen in the anxiety and alarm which he had been told prevailed in this country respecting the safety of his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. [Cheers.] From the manner in which that anxiety was displayed, her Majesty might be fully convinced of the ardent attachment of her people. Nor was this less strikingly demonstrated when his Royal Highness reached these shores; for he met with a reception most enthusiastic in its nature at every railway station between Plymouth and Windsor. In conclusion, he asked them to drink "Health to the Queen, and Prosperity to the Craft," and to give the toast all the Masonic honors. [Loud and protracted cheering.] His Grace, in proposing "The Rest of the Royal Family," said that it had been the lot of the Prince of Wales, at the age of nineteen, to render to his country a great and essential service. Many a man born of a royal family has descended into the grave rendering to his fellow-men much less good service than has been