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Monarchist League Offers Condolences

Press Release of The Monarchist League of New Zealand Inc

9 February 2002

The Council of the Monarchist League of New Zealand wishes to convey to Her Majesty The Queen and other members of the Royal Family its sincere condolences upon the death of Her Majesty's sister Princess Margaret Countess of Snowdon. Words cannot adequately describe the depth of the sadness felt by people throughout the Commonwealth and beyond at the tragic and untimely death of Her Royal Highness. The thoughts and sympathy of members of the Monarchist League are with Viscount Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto at this time of great loss.

Dr Noel Cox Chairman

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