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Lord and Lady Curzon of Kendleston went to Southampton November 14, and their visit was the occasion of a remarkable demonstration of good will for his lordship, who has represented this division in Parliament since 1895.
All the city functionaries and the county bodies participated in the celebration. The streets were decorated with flags and crowded with people, and at the railroad depot the public officials, in their robes of office, presented an address of congratulation to his lordship on his appointment to the viceroyship of India.
The lady-mayoress presented Lady Curzon with a bouquet of orchids in a silver holder, with a ribbon attached to it, inscribed in gold letters: "Presented to Lady Curzon by the lady-mayoress, in behalf of the Southport division."
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BY MARY BAKER G. EDDY.
On November 14, 1897, our little daughter, then seven...
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