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Malvem Counoll And an Address.

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Malvem Counoll And an Address. At a meeting of Malvern Urban Council on Tuesday, the Chairman (Sir Henry Grey, Bart.) referred to the approaching visit of the King to Madresfield Court, as the guest of Earl Beauchamp, and said he had made enquiries as to whether his Majesty would receive an address from the Council on behalf of the inhabitants of Malvern. His information was that as his Majesty was visiting Madresfield Court simply to see the manoeuvres, he would not wish to do anything else. He (Sir Henry) understood from another source that the King was coming straight from Scotland, and will probably arrive at Malvern at eight o'clock in the morning. The Council would have another meeting at the end of the month and, in the meantime, if he did not hear anything, he would make enquiries officially, and ascertain what his Majesty's wishes were. Mr Foster said now was the time for Malvern to celebrate the King's visit. He suggested that the Council should take the initiative and get together representatives of all classes. They wanted enthusiasm. He hoped Malvern would celebrate the visit in a fitting manner. Sir Henry Grey, while agreeing with Mr Foster, suggested that before the Council took any further steps, they should learn a little more definitely the wishes and intentions of his Majesty. A resolution was received from a conference of the Improvement Associations of the District, asking the Council to take all necessary steps to induce the King to visit Malvern during his stay at Madresfield, and assuring the Council of the unanimous support of the various associa- tions represented at the conference.

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