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His Royal Highitcre the Prince of Wales visited the Paris Exhibition, on Saturday, April 27, and inspected the Stand of Messrs. Edward Webb and SOBS, the Queens Seedsmen, Wordsley, Stourbridge, which was then complete, and was graciously pleased to accept a copy-haudsomely bound in Vellum-of thetrCatalogue of Home-grown Seeds. On Saturday afternoon, April 27, H.R.H. the Prince of Wales paid a visit to Messrs. Sutton s extensive Stand at the Paris Universal Exhibition. He expressed great interest in tne models of Horticultural and Agricultural Roots numhering ■upwards of two thousand, and also the large co!lo«f of Messrs. Sutton's extensive Seed establishment at Re..a.n|, which with the Diploma appointing.Messrs .^tton and So Seedsmen by special warrant to His Royal Highness, a prominent place on the stand. On leaving His Royal Highness •was graciously pleased to express to Mr Suttoi coraPlete(l attendauce, his satisfaction that their Stand had been completed ready for his inspection by the time appointed.

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