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The Royal Visit to Bradford

The Mayor and Corporation of Bradford, with several members of Parliament and others invited to join them in welcoming the Prince; and Princess, set out in carriages for the boundary line on the Keighley Road at half-past ten o'clock. Among those in waiting at this point were Major General Cameron, C.B., commanding the Northern Division, with his aide-de-camp, Captain Churchill; Colonel Wilkes, Assistant-Adjutant and Quartermaster-General; Colonel the Hon. C. W. Thesiger, Inspecting Officer for Auxiliary Cavalry; Sir H. Edwards, Bart., C.B., Colonel of the 2nd West Yorkshire Yeomanry; the Lord Mayor of London and the Lady Mayoress, the Lord Mayor of Dublin and the Lady Mayoress, the Right Hon. W.E. Forster, M.P., and Mrs. Forster, Mr. Arnold Forster, Mr. Alfred Illingworth, M.P., Sir Matthew Wilson, M.P., Mr. Isaac Holden, M.P., the members of the Royal Commission on Technical Education, Mr. Henry Mitchell, President of the Bradford Technical School, the Rev. A. Child, and the Master and other members of the City of London Clothworkers' Company.

Source: The Illustrated London News, July 1, 1882, p.10