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THE ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH

-»— FURTHER EXTRAORDINARY RUMORS (fib pbess association.) Vikkna, Febraary 2. The doctors who were called in in Prince Rudolph's case refused to give a certificate that apoplexy was the cause of death, and SO informed the " Nene Freie Press." London. Febrn»ry 3 Further statements hate been published to the effect that Prince Rudolph arrived in a cab at the Chateau of Meyerling at two o'clock in the morning, accompanied by Count Hayos. The Prince was then amusing himself singing. At 6 a.m. he called to his valet and ordered a cab. The valet, upon returning, found the door locked. Eventually the door -was forced, and Rudolph was discovered lying on the bed nndressed, and drenched in blood. The doctors who attended tave given a certificate to the effect that ft Was an undoubted case of suicide. The Archduke Charles has renounced succession in favor of his eldest son, Charfes, and not in favor of Prince Ferdinand as at first reported. s London, February 4. The "Daily News" Vienna correspondent, referring to the death of Prince Rndolph, alleges that on Tuesday night, at Meyerling, a beautiful young baroness, frhose name has not been permitted to fee made public, and who is supposed to be the lady seduced by Prince Rudolph, oomodtted suicide.

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THE ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2055, 5 February 1889

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THE ARCHDUKE RUDOLPH Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2055, 5 February 1889

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