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LETTER FROM THE QUEEN TO MISS…

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LETTER FROM THE QUEEN TO MISS BURKE, The Queen has shown her sympathy with Miss Burke in the following kind letter Buckingham Palace, May 10. "Dear Miss Burke,-Though not personally ac- quainted with you, I am anxious to -exprefs to you again in writing how deep and sincere my sympathy is with you in this hour of terrible affliction and bereavement, and how much I deplore the loss of one who had devoted his life to the service of his Sove- reign and country so loyally, faithfully, and ably. It is impossible to express the horror which I, in common with the world at large, have experienced at the dreadful event of last Saturday and, while nothing can make up to you and poor Lady Frederick Cavendish the loss of a beloved brother and husband, the universal sympathy which is felt for you may, I hope, be something to you. Trusting that your health may not suffer, and praying that God may support you, Believe me, yours sincerely, "(Signed) VICTORIA, R." Miss Burke and her brother desire to convey their heartfelt thanks to the numberless public bodies, cor. porations, and associations who have sent them copies of resolutions expressing sorrow and indignation at the foul murder of their beloved brother, and they also hereby assure them that these tokens of deep sympathy have been a source of great consolation to them in their cruel affliction.

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