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IMEMORIAL TO MR. RHODES.

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I MEMORIAL TO MR. RHODES. At a meeting on Monday afternoon, at which Earl Cowper presided, it was decided that the nation's memorial to the late Mr. Cecil Rhodes should be erected at Bishop Stortford, his birth- place. A general committee was appointed, con- sisting of the most distinguished men in the country. Among them were the Dukes of Devon- shire, Portland, and Sutherland, the Marquises of Salisbury, Granby, Londonderry, and Ormonde, the Earls of Clarendon, Dartmouth, Derby, Meath, Rosebery, Sandwich, Scar- borough, Verulam, Warwick, and Cowper, the Lords Enfield, Aidenham, Farqidiar, Lamington, Rothschild, Stratheona, Tredegar, Windsor, Wolverton, Glamis, and Lord Charles Berosford, Sir James Blyth, Sir Walter Giibey, Sir George Faudel-Phillips, and Sir F. G. Milner, the Agents-General for all the colonies, several M.P.'s, and the Provost of Oriel College, Oxford. A special oommittee was further appointed to deal with the whole question, and as to the form the memorial should take. A subscription of i;500 from Sir Walter Giibey was announced, the donor suggesting that the memorial should take the form of the endowment of Bishop Stortlord School.

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