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YET ANOTHER RUMOR. (PKR PBKBS iSSOCIAttOIf.) Vienna, February 4; The body of the late Prince Rudolph isl ying m state publicly. The funeral, which will be private, takes place tc« morrow. The Emperor of Germany will not be allowed to attend, even informally. The evidence shows that Prince Rudolph's suicide was premeditated. Archduke .Charles is delaying his formal renunciation of the succession, there being a possibility of a posthumous heir being born. London. February 4. The Vienna correspondent of the " Daily Chronicle " telegraphs that Prince Rudolph.first shot a lady of the Bohemian nobility and then shot himself. It is stated that the lady's body was seoretly sent to her family.

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THE ARCHDUKE JRUDOLPH, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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THE ARCHDUKE JRUDOLPH Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2056, 6 February 1889

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