Harper's New Monthly Magazine,  10 (1885), 308–13.

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    With reference to a statement made in an earlier article, notes that it is 'but fair to Dr. Lowe, of King's Lynn, the domestic attendant at Sandringham, to state that he saw the Prince of Wales when he was attacked with illness, and formed the opinion that it was of the nature of typhoid fever, which opinion he communicated to Sir Oscar Clayton immediately on his arrival' (313).

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