Duke of Northumberland and Prince Albert, Installed Chancellors of Cambridge University,
These were a private speculation by James Peters, a jeweller of St. Mary's Street, now Market Hill, struck at the Soho Mint.
Sir Hugh Percy, third Duke of Northumberland, (1785-1847). On entering Parliament he introduced a bill for the abolition of slavery in the colonies but it was counted out.
For the ceremony for Prince Albert, the installation ode was written by William Wordsworth, the Poet Laureate and set to music by Professor Walmisley. In the afternoon the Queen and Prince Albert visited the Fitzwilliam Museum.
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