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Earl Dunraven’s Illness Prevents Loyal Address Presentation During Royal Visit

In a public gathering of esteemed officials, including deputy-lieutenant and magistrates of the County and City of Limerick, a significant announcement was made yesterday. The Earl Dunraven, serving as the Lord-Lieutenant, unfortunately, fell ill and was unable to attend the event. Consequently, he would be unable to personally deliver the loyal address to the magistrates on the occasion of the Royal visit.

The loyal address, which highlights the King’s benevolent sentiments towards Ireland and extends a warm welcome to the Royal visitors, was unanimously approved during the meeting. Despite the absence of the Earl Dunraven, the magistrates expressed their wholehearted support and eagerness to convey their loyalty to the visiting dignitaries.

Western Times – Tuesday 14 July 1903