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RM2AJK9KJWithin royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . , and to this the Queen consented—as shewould do anything her husband thinks best. Albeit, with aregretful sense that her boy was no longer all her own. TheQueen has a deep sense of her obligations and duties, and isever ready to relinquish her own wishes if they clash withpolitical or diplomatic claims. For instance, not very longago it had been her great desire to be present in Dresden,at the marriage of her cousin, Princess Josepha, of Saxony.She had manifested her i
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RM2AJJMHWWithin royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . hted thenewly-married couple to their suite of rooms. On the morrow a grand banquet was given in the WhiteHall of the Castle to which the Emperor had especially invitedall the Court and foreign Princes, and the chief officers of thearmy, the heads of Princely houses, the Knights of the BlackEagle, the Vice-President of the Ministry, the Ministers ofState and of the Household, the senior members of the Fed-eral Councils, the Ambassadors, Parliamentary Presidents,Privy Co
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RM2AJJ13KWithin royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . was the despair both of his family and attendants,who have repeatedly urgedhim to abandon it for a lessconspicuous and Goliath-likecane. This the Prince refusedto do, and even when In theact of biddinof adieu to hisfather before his departure forthe East with his cousin, theCzarowltz, he laughingly de-clined to leave it behind him,declaring that It was his mas-cot. It may be mentioned thatthis stick is to a certain extentin keeping with his enormousstature for he is six
RFFWJ295Within royal palaces - a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses (1892)
RM2AJKG7TWithin royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . nte. His Royal Highness declared on that occasionthat he thought so much of the navy, and had received somuch kindness from that branch of the Queens service indifferent parts of the world, and that he had at first intendedto make sailors of both his boys. But he feared that thedelicate state of his eldest sons health precluded the hope.Still, he trusted that his second son, George, who was sturdy,would carry out the traditions of the service, and make a goodsailor. For
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RM2AJJP90Within royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . of his opinion that William was mis-judged and that he was destined to make a great name forhimself. The Emperor has not forgotten this, and never failson each of his visits to recall the prediction to the memoryof the venerable old kinof whom, notwithstandino- the absenceof any relationship, he affectionately addresses as Uncle. Quite as much as the Czar does the Emperor hate theJews. Since the day when he succeeded his father, he hasmade a point of refusing to grant a