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THE ROYAL BETROTHAHLS

[PlB FKKSB ABSOOIATIOK.I London, Jaly 2 Her Majesty has asked the House of Commons to make provision for Prince Albert Victor and Princess Louise. Mr Labouchere opposed any grant being made from the public revenue for the purpose, pointing out, among other things, that the Earl oi Fife's rent-roll W*b £70,000 per annum. The amount asked for the establishment of Princess Louise is £8000 and for Prince Albert Victor £10,000, the latter to be increased to £25,000 upon his marriage. It is expected the Opposition will resist the amounts being voted, pending the appointment of a Committee to enquire into the subject. • The marriage ot Princess Louise is fixed for July 27th.

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THE ROYAL BETROTHAHLS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2164, 4 July 1889

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