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. 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. ed,and, with signs of deep emotion, walked to the spot which marksthe place of the fatal well. There was deep silence as he readaloud in a low voice the touching words, To the memory of agreat company of Christian people, principally women and children,who were cruelly slaughtered here. On returning to Delhi the Prince held a levee, attended byhundreds of British officers, at the close of which several notabilitiesof the nativ

. 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. ed,and, with signs of deep emotion, walked to the spot which marksthe place of the fatal well. There was deep silence as he readaloud in a low voice the touching words, To the memory of agreat company of Christian people, principally women and children,who were cruelly slaughtered here. On returning to Delhi the Prince held a levee, attended byhundreds of British officers, at the close of which several notabilitiesof the nativ Stock Photo
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. 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. ed,and, with signs of deep emotion, walked to the spot which marksthe place of the fatal well. There was deep silence as he readaloud in a low voice the touching words, To the memory of agreat company of Christian people, principally women and children,who were cruelly slaughtered here. On returning to Delhi the Prince held a levee, attended byhundreds of British officers, at the close of which several notabilitiesof the native army were presented. The next day a great reviewwas held. Lord Napier of Magdala entertaining the Prince at hisown camp. Delhi was illuminated, and no trouble was spared inshowing what was once the capital city of India to Her MajestysHeir-Apparent. Some interesting hours were spent at Agra, where His RoyalHighness went to see the Taj illuminated, the beautiful marble Queen of Sorrow erected by the Shah Jehan in memory of his TOUR IN INDIA 105 much-loved wife, Moomtaz i Mahul, who died in childbirth ofher eighth child. The Prince was so greatly charmed with the. The Princes Visit to the Cawnpore Memorial beauty of the Taj, lit up by myriad lights, that he would not returnto the city till nearly midnight. All through the journeys andexpeditions which immediately followed, His Royal Highness could io6 THE PRINCE OF WALES not forget what he had seen, and before finally leaving the districthe paid one more visit to the famous tomb, seeing it this time notilluminated, but by the beautiful full Indian moonlight. The Prince shot his first tiger on 5th February in the neigh-bourhood of Jeypur. Then he returned through Lucknow, Cawn-pore, and Allahabad. At Jubbulpur His Royal Highness wentthrough the prison, and had some talk with seven Thugs who hadbeen thirty-five years in confinement, and whose life in the firstinstance had only been spared because they had turned Queensevidence. T

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