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Abdul Aziz, Sultan of Turkey, 208, 231, 232-234, 242
Abdul Hamid, Sultan of Turkey, 371
Abdul Karim (Indian attendant), 310, 322, 325, 331
Aberdeen, Lord, 110, 115, 127, 144, 145, 148, 165, 168, 170, 172, 204, 205, 268
Abergeldie, 198, 242
Abu Klea, 296
Adelaide, Queen, 23, 44, 52, 86, 93
Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, 7, 92, 118, 127
Adowa, 362
Afghanistan, 286, 300
Afghanistan, Ameer of, 353, 373
Albani, Mme, 325
Albany, Duke of, 374
Leopold, Prince; Duke of, 293
Albert, Prince of Saxe-Coburg (afterwards Prince Consort), 9, 38-44, 61, 67-69, 75, 76, 84, 85, 87-91, 93-95, 97-111, 115-122, 124-134, 137, 139-144, 149-157, 160-202, 204
and the Army command, 142, 168, 179
Cambridge chancellorship, 149
and the Great Exhibition of 1851, 150-155, 162
unpopularity, 155, 163, 169-170, 184, 187, 189, 204-205
created Prince Consort, 183-184
and seat in House of Lords, 183-184
reflections on England, 184-185, 188-189
and the education of the Prince of Wales, 189-195, 199, 208
illness and death, 200-202
characteristics, 140, 141, 150-156, 160, 184, 192, 193, 240
appreciated by Ministers, 204-205
Germanising tendencies, 205
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (afterwards King Edward VII):
birth, 112; question of armorial bearings and style, 17; christening, 118; early years, 121, 129, 138; education planned by his father, 121-122, 189-195, 201; characteristics in contrast with his father, 239-240, 284; first visit to Paris, 174-175; confirmation, 192; visit to the Pope, 192-193; Edinburgh University, 193; Oxford, 193-194; tour in Canada and U.S.A., 194, 208; Cambridge, 194, 201, 242; Grenadier Guards, 199; question of his marriage, 197, 199, 209-210; tour in the East, 208-209; Paris again, 209; debarred from participation in affairs of State, 207, 210, 234-235, 239, 257; affection for his mother, 207-208; antipathy to Germany, 210; Mediterranean cruise, 210 marriage, 213-215; and Schleswig- Holstein dispute, 220; the International Exhibition, 231; entertainment of foreign sovereigns, 234; social life at Marlborough House, 240-241; foreign tour incognito, 241-242, 245; public comment on his private life, 254; Mordaunt case, 254; Franco- Prussian War, 251-252; a taunt from his sister, 252; typhoid attack, 261, 263; question of employment, 257, 263-264, 271; Indian tour, 272-276; annoyed by Royal Titles Bill, 276; appreciated by Ministers, 284-285; relations with the Kaiser William II, 320-325, 332, 347, 360, 365, 380, 383, 388; and Gladstone, 324; Tranby Croft affair, 331-332, and see Subject headings
Albert Hall, the, 154, 229

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