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PRINCE DOWN A MINE.

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PRINCE DOWN A MINE. The most interesting incident of the tour of the Prince and Princess of Wales in their duchy of Cornwall was a visit to the Phoenix tin mines, near Liskeard. At the entrance to the marquee a beautiful bouquet was presented to the Prin- cess by a miner attired in his underground work- ing clothes, and her Royal Highness shook hands with him and graciously asked him a few questions. The Prince then christened a new shaft, and the Princess started a new pumping engine named after herself. Then, donning mining at- tire, and taking acetylene lamps, their Royal Highnesses went underground, where they in- spected the tin lode and watched the miners at work. They remained in the adit half an hour and greatly enjoyed the experience. The Royal party afterwards crossed into Devonshire, and passed through Tavistock be- tween ranks of Territorials. At Merivale Bridge Mr. Robert Burnard took the Prince and Princess to the site of an old hut circle and ither antiquities.

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