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Author:Anne Edwards

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9781442236561

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

Published: 2019-02-12T16:00:00+00:00

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The King, who was strict in the handling of firearms, answered with a piece of doggerel entitled, “A Father’s Advice,” which he insisted David memorise.

If a sportsman true you’d be

Listen carefully to me;

 

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Author:Anne Edwards

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781442236561

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

Published: 2019-02-12T16:00:00+00:00
The King, who was strict in the handling of firearms, answered with a piece of doggerel entitled, “A Father’s Advice,” which he insisted David memorise.

If a sportsman true you’d be

Listen carefully to me;

Never, never let your gun

Pointed be at anyone;

That it might unloaded be

Matters not the least to me.

You may hit or you may miss,

But at all times think of this:

All the game birds ever bred

Won’t pay for one man dead.

Forty years later, David could still recite the first and last verses. In the sport of shooting, father and son had a shared interest that would bring them—for a short span of time, at least—closer together after the Royal couple returned from India.

In April, the Titanic was sunk with great loss of life. That same month, the introduction of the Home Rule Bill in Parliament moved Ireland precariously close to civil war. Ulster had set up a provisional government under Sir Edward Carson,* and the probability of the Army being drawn in was ever present. Ulster was a hotbed of divided passions. The six Protestant counties were “resolved to resist by force any attempt to coerce them into union with Southern Ireland, and they found many stalwart allies in the British Parliament.”

The tension of the long months since their return from India was given a short respite when Queen Mary decided to travel to Strelitz to celebrate Aunt Augusta’s ninetieth birthday with her. “I should come incognito & want no fuss whatsoever,” she wrote the Grand Duchess, “let it be a visit from a very devoted niece to her very dear aunt. I … only hope your answer in your next letter will be ‘yes.’ ”

“Yes! Yes! Yes!” Aunt Augusta wrote back.

Queen Mary disembarked at Neu-strelitz railway station with her fifteen-year-old daughter, Princess Mary, early on an August morning. “Aunt is wonderful, looks rather thinner & is rather deaf but otherwise unaltered,” Queen Mary wrote King George. Dressed in black, a black poke bonnet ornamented with a tuft of white feathers and secured with velvet strings beneath her chin, the diminutive elderly woman walked out on a strip of red carpet to greet her niece, who bowed her head to kiss her aunt. There were tears in Queen Mary’s eyes, and she was far less controlled at this meeting than her aunt. A film camera recorded the emotional meeting, and one is instantly struck by the queenliness of Aunt Augusta’s demeanour, and one thinks of a meeting between Princess May and Queen Victoria so many years before.

Her week in Neu-strelitz was a pleasant interlude for Queen Mary. To her amazement, Aunt Augusta dared a motor ride for the first time and regaled her niece with stories of the family. “Queen and yet May,” Aunt Augusta pronounced after her departure. Both feared—because of the older woman’s age—this might be the last time they would meet, but neither made the departure a sad affair.

“Next year!” Queen Mary waved to her aunt as she boarded her train for Calais.

“God grant this hope may come true,” Aunt Augusta called back.

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