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Prince of Wales begins his undergraduate career at Oxford University

Prince of Wales, Harper's Weekly, 1860
10/17/1859
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, began his first term at Oxford as a member of Christ Church College in October 1859.  He was to spend several terms as student, living with his aide-come-chaperone Colonel Bruce in a house on the university grounds known as Frewen Hall. (By John Osborne)
Source Citation: 
James Pycroft, Oxford Memories, a retrospect after fifty years (London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1886), 297.

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