Within royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . military titles and dignities include that of Ataman of all thej8 274 WITHIN ROYAL PALACES. Cossack Regiments, of Captain of the Regiment of Preobra-jensky, Colonel of the Volynian Guard, of the 65th and 84thRegiments of Infanty, Honorary Owner and Colonel of thePrussian Regiment of Grenadier Guards, and of the Prussian Hussar Regiment,known as Westpha-lian Hussars, etc., etc.The young heir-ap-parents tour aroundthe world was notableby reason of the factthat it was the

Within royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . military titles and dignities include that of Ataman of all thej8 274 WITHIN ROYAL PALACES. Cossack Regiments, of Captain of the Regiment of Preobra-jensky, Colonel of the Volynian Guard, of the 65th and 84thRegiments of Infanty, Honorary Owner and Colonel of thePrussian Regiment of Grenadier Guards, and of the Prussian Hussar Regiment,known as Westpha-lian Hussars, etc., etc.The young heir-ap-parents tour aroundthe world was notableby reason of the factthat it was the Stock Photo
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Within royal palaces : a brilliant and charmingly written inner view of emperors, kings, queens, princes and princesses ... . military titles and dignities include that of Ataman of all thej8 274 WITHIN ROYAL PALACES. Cossack Regiments, of Captain of the Regiment of Preobra-jensky, Colonel of the Volynian Guard, of the 65th and 84thRegiments of Infanty, Honorary Owner and Colonel of thePrussian Regiment of Grenadier Guards, and of the Prussian Hussar Regiment,known as Westpha-lian Hussars, etc., etc.The young heir-ap-parents tour aroundthe world was notableby reason of the factthat it was the firstoccasion on which aRussian Emperor,either in posse or infuturo, extended histravels beyond theborder line of Eu-rope. The GrandDuke Alexis, it istrue, had visited theUnited States, as wellas Australia and thefar East of Asia. Buthis prospects of suc-ceeding to the throneare exceedingly re-mote, as there are not only the children of the Czar, but alsothose of the Grand Duke Vladimir, between himself and theCrown. Of the monarchs now living, there are two alone,the Kings of Belgium, and of Sweden, who have thought it. CZAROWITCH. THE IMPERIAL FAMILY OF RUSSIA. 2/5 worth their while to visit non-European countries; and thereputation they both enjoy as being the most enHghtened andprogressive sovereigns of the age furnishes conclusive evi-dence as to the advantacjes that are likelv to accrue both toRussia and to the world at larcje from the orrand tour of thefuture Autocrat of all the Russias. In Europe his wander-ings are necessarily hampered to such an extent by courtlyetiquette and diplomatic considerations that he can derive butlittle benefit from his travels. Both the Emperor and Empress are extremely fond ofyachting. Two yachts—the Dershawa and the Czar-ewna—are constantly kept ready for sea in the specialservice of the Emperor of Russia and his family. The Der-shawa is the larger vessel, and intended principally forofficial and representative purposes ; while the Cz