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" For one day only, the 11th of February, were the Queen and Prince alone together at Windsor, and on that day Her Majesty wrote to Baron Stockmar, "There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince. "
Her Majesty the Queen: Studies of the Sovereign and the Reign - Página 116
por William Thomas Stead - 1897 - 170 páginas
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volumen1

Sir Theodore Martin - 1875 - 2 páginas
...turn for light and solace and encourgement to a love which finds its utterance in words like these. ' There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince,' were the Queen's words in writing to Baron Stockmar the day after her marriage. This faith, this devotion,...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volumen1

Sir Theodore Martin - 1875 - 2 páginas
...turn for light and solace and encouragement to a love which finds its utterance in words like these. ' There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince,' were the Queen's words in writing to Baron Stockmar the day after her marriage. This faith, this devotion,...
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THE LIFE OF IIIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE CONSORT

THEODORE MARTIN - 1875
...turn for light and solace and encourgement to a love which finds its utterance in words like these. ' There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince,5 were the Queen's words in writing to Baron Stockmar the day after her marriage. This faith,...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Volumen1

1885
...so that they were well seen by the thousands who lined the roads from the one palace to the other. ' There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the prince,' were the queen's words in writing to Baron Stockmar the next day. Of this faith he was to prove himself...
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Life of Her Majesty Queen Victoria

1887 - 438 páginas
...Queen and Prince alone together at Windsor, and on that day her Majesty wrote to Baron Stockmar, ' There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince.' On the 1 2th the Duchess of Kent, the Duke of Coburg, the hereditary Prince, and the whole Court joined...
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Her Majesty the Queen: Studies of the Sovereign and the Reign

William Thomas Stead - 1897 - 170 páginas
...which most women have to go through : it is sometimes harder to tell a relative than it would be toface the Lords spiritual and temporal, and the faithful...feel for my dearest, precious husband at this moment ! Father, brother, friends, country, — all has he left, and for me. God grant that I may be the happy...
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria: An Accurate and ...

John Rusk - 1901
...the Queen and Prince alone together at Windsor, and on that day Her Majesty wrote to Baron Stockmar, "There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince." On the 12th the Duchess of Kent, the Duke of Coburg, the hereditary Prince, and the whole court joined...
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria

John Rusk - 1901 - 492 páginas
...the Queen and Prince alone together at Windsor, and on that day Her Majesty wrote to Baron Stockmar, "There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince." On the 12th the Duchess of Kent, the Duke of Coburg, the hereditary Prince, and the whole court joined...
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria

John Rusk - 1901 - 492 páginas
...the Queen and Prince alone together at Windsor, and on that day Her Majesty wrote to Baron Stockmar, "There cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the Prince." On the 12th the Duchess of Kent, the Duke of Coburg, the hereditary Prince, and the whole court joined...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Volumen1

Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee - 1885
...they were well seen by the thousands who lined the roads from the one palace to the other. 'There I cannot exist a dearer, purer, nobler being in the world than the prince,' were the queen's words in writing to Baron Stockmar the next day. Of this faith he was to prove himself...
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