Correspondence with Marlborough House, London, relating to the marriage of the Prince of Wales (future Edward VII) to Princess Alexandra of Denmark,
1863 March - May.
I.: Autograph letter from Sir Robert Peel, Chief Secretary for Ireland, March 20 1863, saying that Queen Victoria will accept a deputy from the Council of the City of Dublin, with an address relating to the marriage of the Prince of Wales; II.: Autograph letter dated 21 March 1863 in response to Peel's letter; III.: Autograph letter addressed to the Earl of Carlisle (Lord Lieutenant of Ireland) dated 22 March 1863 about the voting on the address to the Queen by the Corporation; IV.: Letter from General Knollys, Marlborough House, London, informing the Lord Mayor of Dublin that the hour of the address has been changed to 20 minutes past 3, dated 19 April 1863; V.: Letter from Marlborough House in response to a complaint from Dublin Corporation about a report that the Corporation of Edinburgh was granted precedence over them at the presentation to the Prince and Princess of Wales, dated 3 May 1863; VI.: 1 letter (from Queen Victoria) addressed to the City of Dublin, thanking them for the "assurance of loyalty and attachment conveyed to me ni your address of congratulations on the marriage of the Prince of Wales".
Edward, Prince of Wales, married Alexandra of Denmark on March 10th, 1863.
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