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To be a modern Jacobite is to be very awkwardly placed, but in this year, says. the "Manchester Guardian," his lot is especially hard. Our rightful Sovereign (according to the faithful) is Queen Mary of Bavaria, and our rightful prince the Crown Prince of Bavaria, who ordered Lissauer's "Hymn of Hato" to bo served out to his troops. So tho faint touch with reality that lingered about tho White Rose League is sijapped. There is not a word now about Queen Mary of Bavaria. "Oh no, we nover mention her. Her name is never heard." And the wreath from tho chief of tho faithful that is hung on King Charles's monument this January day in commemoration of the death of tho king and martyr is inscribed "to the memory of the Cavaliers of King Charles who for the honour of old England fought as her sons are doing,to-day." These be changed days. Tillj'/ are the usual wreaths with Stuart /<irtan and red velvet roses. One cross of flowers is from. "The Cl.'ovalier St. George, 34 Brixton HiII.,S.AV."

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REFORMED JACOBITES, Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2417, 24 March 1915

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REFORMED JACOBITES Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2417, 24 March 1915

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