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♦i. -y i?' nm, n? the x Derby- Inset: The owner, Mr. Frank Curzon, watched his victory from the grandstand. Pale and trembling, he had to be hetped by his friends through the fog and the dense crowd to meet brinnl^! 0"* rf C°) t ' + ah" d J! c late; .h, ad torest in the stewards' room before oemg presented to the King. Cable advice was received yesterday that Mr Curzon had since died.

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♦i. -y i?'nm,n? thexDerby- Inset: The owner, Mr. Frank Curzon, watched his victory from the grandstand. Pale and trembling, he had to be hetped by his friends through the fog and the dense crowd to meet brinnl^!0"* rfC°)t' +ah"d J!c late; .h,ad torest in the stewards' room before oemg presented to the King. Cable advice was received yesterday that Mr Curzon had since died., Evening Post, Volume CIV, Issue 4, 5 July 1927

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♦i. -y i?'nm,n? thexDerby- Inset: The owner, Mr. Frank Curzon, watched his victory from the grandstand. Pale and trembling, he had to be hetped by his friends through the fog and the dense crowd to meet brinnl^!0"* rfC°)t' +ah"d J!c late; .h,ad torest in the stewards' room before oemg presented to the King. Cable advice was received yesterday that Mr Curzon had since died. Evening Post, Volume CIV, Issue 4, 5 July 1927

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