Cambridge University Deputation, [at Windsor Castle], 1850. 'The City of London, the University of Oxford, and the University of Cambridge...laid before their Sovereign [Queen Victoria] the expression of their indignation at the endeavour by the Bishop of Rome [the Pope] to exercise a power which the realm of England has almost ignored...Prince Albert, in the robes of Chancellor of Cambridge, came from the hall, and received the deputation with much courtesy, conversing for a few moments with several of the gentlemen with whom he was acquainted...his Royal Highness read the address with great clearness and well-marked emphasis'. From "Illustrated London News", 1850.
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