Reader’s Letter

April 10, 1885 ·

Dear Sir, I would like to test the waters of interest in such a perambulation in one of Her Majesty’s Parks of the Capital. Should such a gathering pique your interest, do let me now and I will arrange further leave form my Regimental duties.

Yours

Edward Urquart
Secretary of the Reform Club
Royalist Faction

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