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  • "Albert Edward," which, as Prince of Wales, the late King wrote when he visited Canada in 1860.

    Legends of Vancouver

  • He had been christened "Albert Edward," but fortune smiled upon him, making him the champion junior hockey player of the county, so the royal name was discarded with glee, and henceforth he was known far and wide as "Hock" McHenry.

    The Shagganappi

  • After the wedding, the Lows settled in England, where Willy introduced his bride to Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales, and to the future king's social circle.

    Saluting a Centennial

  • Royal enthusiasm for the gun ran so high that Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, recommended it to his nephew, Kaiser Wilhelm II, the emperor of Germany, who requested a demonstration competition between a Gatling, a Nordenfelt, and a Maxim.

    The Gun

  • Then hymns arose, and in the lull we knew that prayers were being said, and the sacred rite performed which joined Albert Edward to

    Roundabout Papers

  • Albert Edward, Queen Victoria and the Prince of Wales being his sponsors; and secondly, for the premature death of her husband, to whom she was much attached.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • Mr Deasy stared sternly for some moments over the mantelpiece at the shapely bulk of a man in tartan filibegs: Albert Edward, prince of Wales. —

    Ulysses

  • Treaty between the British government and the Congo Free State (See 1884, Nov. 15–1885, Feb. 26) by which the British leased a large tract on the left bank of the Upper Nile, in return for a corridor 25 kilometers in width between Lakes Tanganyika and Albert Edward, which was to serve as a connecting link for the Cape-to-Cairo telegraph and railway system, under discussion since 1888.

    1894, March 16

  • The peeling complete, Albert Edward sat in the draughts of the inner chamber and waited for the bath.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, May 23, 1917

  • Our Albert Edward is still taking his meals off the mantelpiece.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 152, May 23, 1917

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