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«♦- (Prat Press Association.) Vienna, Febraary 6 Prince Rudolph was buried to-day st the Capuchin Chapel There was little or no pomp displayed, the family only being present. Princess Stephanie did not attend the funeral. The Emperor Francis broke down completely at the crypt. (Reoelved February 7, 12.54 p m.) Vibnna, Febru»ry 5. Immense crowds viewed the body of « Prince Rudolph lying m state. The crash was tremendous, and one person was killed and twenty injured. A Brussels paper says that the bodies of Prinoe Rudolph, and the Bohemian baroness whom the former is stated to hate killed were found lying side by side. It is thought the Prince shot his companion and then himself, both resolving to die rather than endure the Bhame which they believed it was inevitable they would have to face. i

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FUHERAL OF PRINCE RUDOLPH, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2057, 7 February 1889

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FUHERAL OF PRINCE RUDOLPH Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2057, 7 February 1889

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