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Tho Prlcce ci Walea has a most noted relationship. Leaving tbe Pope out cf question, the Prince of Wales Is allied to nearly half tbe crowned heads of Europe. He is uncle to the Emperor of Germany ; brother-in-law of the Grand Duchess of Russia, wife of the Duke of Edinburgh ; of Louis IV. of Heste, widower of Mb sister Alice ; of Christian, ot SchleswlgHols'etn, husband of h s sister Helena ; of the Prlneess of Waldeok and Pyrmont, widow of his deceased brother, the Duke of Albany ; of Prince Henry of Battenburg, husband of the Princess Beatrice ; of the Ga»r of Russia ; of Frederick, heir to the throne of Doumark ; of King George of Greeoe and his wife, the P, lnooss Olga, of Kuesla ; of the Empress of Ruesla by his own wife, Princess of Denmark ; of the Prlnoesß Thyra atid her husband, the Duke of Cumberland, tumbled from the throne of Hanov r by Bismarck ; and of the Prince Wald* ma of Denmark and his wife, Princess M»ryof Orleans.

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HIS SISTERS, HIS COUSINS AND HIS AUNTS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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HIS SISTERS, HIS COUSINS AND HIS AUNTS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1983, 30 October 1888

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