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THE DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL.

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PULPIT REFERENCES TO THE PRWCES…

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Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

The Bishop of Manchester, in concluding his sermon at Westminster Abbey in the evening, after appealing to the congregation for their sympathy on behalf of the be- reaved Empress, said:—What an unstable thing was human life! What fortunes had not that youog Prince of twenty-three years passed through since the memor- able day which dawned eo darkly for his House, and when he passed through his baptism of fire on the heights of Saarbruck. To him (Dr. Fraser) It teemed always a pity that he should have intermingled with this African affair, with which he had no concern. Whether it was the instinct of a chivalrous nature, or whether it was as he had been assured by one who knew him at Woolwich that it was the impulse of friendship, and to join old comrades betweenwhom and himself there was a strong mutual attachment-what prompted him he could not say; but he had fallen not in the fierce height of the battle field where the soldier loved best to die, but he had fallen a victim of a petty sur- prise. They had no concern with the dynastic or pontical consequences. They thought only of the mother and of the son and the high rank of the two made them the more conspicuous objects for their pity. The mother had been bereft of her last support, and left-oh I how lonely in the world. He hoped they would find, even In the midst of their deep national and personal Interests a place of sym- pathy for this lady. The "Dead March in Saul" was played on the organ as the vast congregation dispersed.

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COUBT MOURNING.

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HOW THE NEWS WAS RECEIVED…

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A GERMAN VIEW OF THE PRINCE'S…

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.

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THE PRINCE IMPERIAL'S FUNERAL.

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THE ASHES OF COLUMBUS.

THE HOSPITALS IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE BISHOP OF LICHFIELD ON…

VIOLENT THUNDERSTORMS.

WOOD PRESERVATION.

ANOTHER EXPLORATION FUND.

THE TRANSMISSION OF LIVING…

BEARDS IN THE ARMY.

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DESTRUCTIVE TORNADO.

A HOUSE-BOY BRIGADE.

STEAM CABS IN VIENNA.

HARVEST PROSPECTS.

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THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO CHISLEHURST.

CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.