New York World, January 23, 1901

New York World

January 23, 1901

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Issue date: Wednesday, January 23, 1901

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New York World (Newspaper) - January 23, 1901, New York, New York Circulation Books Open to AIL who a ooaohman A Sunday World And ere a night and day had Full threescore had applied Circulation Books Open to All Continued nJkir While Lady Jane put in a card That she desired a And fifty answers by next night Shed entered on her ly ihc 1fenn riillUhlnjc Jfow York NEW JANUARY PRICE Conservative Leader in the House of Who Is Not a Sa lutes Edward Before the Lord Chamberlain and Lord STATE BANQUET FOLLOWS DEATH New King Obliged by Court Eti quette to Emperft of His Sits a His Alexandra ant Princesses Beatrice and Christian Absent PARLIAMENT WILL HOLD SOLEMN MEETING TODAY New Kins Signs OBUi iName to Telegram Allicrt uil Reply to Him 1y That bnt Be Be Acceolon 1V1U Be Special Oitile to tbt Kle of 22 Tour said Balfour Wret Ixwd ol ttie to p ealuitdng Klmg Edward VH as the mew sadly emerged from the chamber of death Os home BaKouir first of the great officer s of etate to AI ibert BdVard by Ws new Earl the Stew and Barl the Lord had been assembled In the room adjoining tihat In wihich VUctorda treathed her In early times the first subject to fereet the new sovereign was re warded with ar large grant of land Butt this custom long ago died Your sald Earl Olaren ifoltowtog therFllirstlLord of ttie YIOUT said Earl Peon following Bar Tlhe Pirince of Wales beoome King of England at ejtactly 30 min utes past 6 oldlock when Sir Jiames one Her Majestys dn waitdhful grief at the bedside in Osborne pronounced life The King was match affected when told end had His Majesty was the last to leave the chamber of TJie State SuUsequently there was a e staite required by eti notwithstanding the sadness of the Utterly worm out by watchilng at Queens the new awd Princess Beatrice amd Princess iChnlstlan were moi able to be present at the The King sat at the head of tlhe above ibhe by virtue of old feudal The Emperor 0 f his noyal eat on Ms In the middle ages the Queen and and like Wise their seafa alii sat a tthe eaime In the centre of was a great dish of The ihost and nobles were gathered 9oe end of the and below ithe at the other end were ithe sub hag been called to sit i 10 n jo Out pi City Ill LORD MAYOR OF THROUGH SECRETARY CABLES THE WORLD HOW EDWARD WILL BE PROCLAIMED by the Press Publishing York By Cable to the Editor of The NBYJ York World i The new Kingwill be proclaimed on Thursday at various places in the Hetoill be proclaimed formally at these three on Pauls Cathedral Steps and at the Royal State with a great cavalcade of military and all the usual i Lord Mayor of a i P SL f IQ THOMAS CABLES TO THE WORLD OF fiy 4M UNIVERSAL 1 thePreuPuWthing flew York t9 the Miter of The How Yerh Wgrljt In the darkest how Qf pewml grief tfat the Empire of England ever desire to say how intensely Ffeet that m the heart of your great ever true home throb Kith responsive sorrow for a sovereign wto exalted f ty ftomanhQodofthe and given nito dignity to the duties of a trust that her whfch must new fa our most cherished Wll consecrate that universal which in her life she did so much to THOMAS J n WP the pH ijTiiflJe frop the Mayor If was to H of new 41 It remembere4 ihat the late Quean as she drppped tae first after th first eiy NiW KINQ qt line QuJJdhaU City the at JJjjs at the College busy Flpmfyg tot foe place far tng ftiet ijn pro a new rjjer of too United VICTORIA IS DEAD EDWARD VICTORIAS LAST DAY i SCENES AT BEDSIDE None of the Weeping Group of Children and Childrens Children Displayed MorftjFeeling than the Kaiser Queen Sank to Rest in a Painless 1 as Told in the t Venerable After Sixtythree Years on the Passed from a Deep Sleep Into Eter nity at at Osborne Sur rounded by Sovereigns and Her Chil dren and as Edward Will Take the Oath Before the Privy arid Be Proclaimed by the Lord Mayor of Meets To Grief Was Given WorldWide the Press Publishing New York Special Cable Despatch to The Victoria died at oclock ttols evening In Oatiorne House in the Isle of She passed sleep Into eternity Many of her kindred were at her Queen will be burledin about ten days at alongside the tomb of her Prince The body will He in state but one day in the Waterloo in Windsor Albert Prince of is now King Edward of The Princess of his is now Queen There was a solemn banquet in Osborne House within two hours after the death of the It was attended by all the royalty gathered there except Princess Beatrice and Princess too un nerved by the Queens death to attend the mlandioly Albrt Edward sat at a table higher than the the He will be officially proclaimed king Parliament will assemble at 4 tomorrow to enable the members of the House of Lords and House of Commons to take theoath of allegtaace to King Edward The Privy will also meet in Jamess Palace The King will preside at thu meettog and will receive the of allegiances of its He will deliver a short Gloom reigned in London music halls and all places of amusement Shops cloaed and all business was suspended Private social functions of all kinds were promptly conditions will continue until after the Queens If ra M ui poi v h in i V Vi Special Cable Pespatch to The Isle of Victorias death was peaceful i About bedside were some of them The sank Into a ptxifouttd slumber nearly an hour before the end Early in the moJninjf H became that the Queens life wju4 gy last the The physicians discerned decreased to take stimulants an Increased tendency to Members of the royal famvily in Osborw were warned to be ready for tihe last summuns the Queens As Vho day advanced evidence of impending dissolution became m4 at consultation early In the aiCternonn the physicians decided 4t WPUW utlle tp continue utilizing the resources of science for their august far these wore condus4ve to the convfqrt and peace of ithe The final scena at the bedside vyas of the children or children displayed more JeeUng Vhan the who stqojj rlncess of The Kaiser wept audibly during tfca j lie Queens dyfng Tha Queens was almost Qf of hjr j ig Wlliwn lYv Who pasaetj from v slumbei he caBfl of King the exact moment at tho jueeii9 laaf Sir Jpnes one M Albert tfte The before ;

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