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THE KING. I

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THE KING. I RETURN TO SANDRINGHAM. I Dense foggy weather marked the King's return to Sandringham on Monday afternoon. His Majesty travelled by ordinary train as far as Cambridge, and then went on to Wolferton by special train. Extra precautions were taken to ensure a safe journey, scores of fogmen being stationed along the line in addition to the ordinary watchmen. Wolferton was reached at 2.42 p.m., three minutes before the scheduled time. Here his Majesty was received by the Rev. F. A. S. Foolkes, rector of Wolverton, with whom he warmly shook hands. The King walked unassisted across the platform. The limp has disappeared, and his Majesty has now entirely recovered from his re- cent attack of gout. His Majesty proceeded in a closed motor-car to Sandringham, where the Queen and Princess Victoria awaited his arrival.

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