Interment of Queen Victoria

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Interment of Queen Victoria - o broughi Yesterday the last solemn ri a close...
o broughi Yesterday the last solemn ri a close at Windsor, and the QCOM Victoria were finally committed tc ib she had made for her beloved husband for herself. The ceremony at Windsor, noblo and solemn though it was as a spectacle, partly cf a public character. So far jxissible in the circumstances it bad in thing of a family and domestic natun principal mourners who accompanied tho remains their last resting - place included the King of England and the German Emperor ither crowned heads or their represcntat md the procession to the tomb was conducted vith all the pomp befitting the occasion. Such icene, with Windsor Castle for a backgmund ould cot be otherwise than splendid, but splendour and the display of a nation's mourning were not yesterday the chief objects aimed at. mpression created by the last scene of all was what we could have wished it to be grand. solemn, and most mournful, but instinct through - wit h that domestic affection which burned si brightly in the heart of our late Qceev aud formed, perhaps, the strongest of tho many ties that bound her to the hearts of her people. Now that the last rites are over, and all that

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  1. The Times,
  2. 05 Feb 1901, Tue,
  3. Page 9

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