Prince Edward


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Noun1.Prince Edward - third son of Elizabeth II (born in 1964)
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"'S blood, Beauchamp," he continued, turning to one of his companions, "an' were he set down in court I wager our gracious Queen would he hard put to it to tell him from the young Prince Edward. Dids't ever see so strange a likeness?"
This one does not know his name, or his age, yet he looks enough like Prince Edward to be his twin."
But the greatest gain, the old man thought to himself, was that the knowledge of the remarkable resemblance between his ward and Prince Edward of England had come to him in time to prevent the undoing of his life's work.
"These are bitter words, sir knight," said Prince Edward, with an angry frown.
Matthew enjoyed the drive after his own fashion, except during the moments when he met women and had to nod to them-- for in Prince Edward island you are supposed to nod to all and sundry you meet on the road whether you know them or not.
I've always heard that Prince Edward Island was the prettiest place in the world, and I used to imagine I was living here, but I never really expected I would.
"'England expects everyone to do his duty.' That's our motto--only we'll put Prince Edward Island in place of England.
Lawrence Gulf, on which floats, like a jewel, Abegweit, whose softer, sweeter Indian name has long been forsaken for the more prosaic one of Prince Edward Island.
(12) Cote, supra note 1 at 87; Robert Montgomery Martin, History of the Colonies of the British Empire (London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1967), categorizes Prince Edward Island as ceded and colonized.
The Anglican diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island has pledged $250,000 and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Halifax pledged $200,000.
d was initiated by a Prince Edward County newspaper editor.
Exiles and Islanders: The Irish Settlers of Prince Edward Island.

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