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PATERFAMILIASES V. ST. ANDREW'S…

TENBY V. R.A. AND R.E.

TENBY V. GARRISON.

FISH REPORT.

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TO LOUISE, PRINCESS OF WALES.

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TO LOUISE, PRINCESS OF WALES. T hee we extol-Louise, Princess of Wales 0 urs art thou, ere we give thee to Earl Fife. L ouise, thou loving and beloved bride 0 ut of the nest, the first to flyaway U nto a northern home-Fare thee well. I n Scottish hearts and homes thou'lt reign ere long S upreme by love, by kindly action queen, [smile. E nriching sorrowing hearts by sympathy's kind P roud scion of a noble hoase art thou, R oyal in name, grand-daughter of The Good I n deed of action royal, good and true. N oble alike is Fife who makes thee bride. C ontent art thou to take the name of wife E 'en whilst thou layest the title Princess down 8 uch titles dost thou gain-the matron and the wife S till yielding much, thou gainest all for life. 0 n, onward, ever o'er life's stormy way, F air Fortune's winds may steer thy bark each day. We wish thee well, Louise, Countess of Fife, A lbeit we lose thee as Princess of Wales L ong life and happiness as wedded wife E 'en though thou'rt gone to country of thine own, S till art thou dear to us, people of Wales A WELSHWOMAN.

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JOHN JAMESON AND SON'S DUBLIN…

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