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Queen Victoria. Scenes and Incidents of her Life and Reign. With Eight-eight Illustrations

Author: Frederick Ball
Publisher: S. W. Partridge and Co.
Publish Date: 1886

A seasonable volume prepared for the celebration of Her Majesty's Jublilee. With all her sorrows, we question if ever Queen had a happier fifty years and we also question whether any other monarch has so many prayers offered for the long continuance of her reign. We can scarcely have a better occupant of the throne, and we may have far worse or none, which would probably be worst of all. The principal incidents in the royal life are pleasingly set forth and worthily illustrated. The binding is striking and we prophesy a long run for Mr. Ball's book.