The British Monarchy
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 13 Dec 1910, p. 117-129
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The British Monarchy

The gradual growth of the British Constitution, of which Canada's is a copy. Traces of the past in this institution. The continuous course of the evolution of the Constitution. Something to be learned of this evolution from the name of the Sovereign. Taking up, in order, the names and titles by which our King is officially known and considering briefly what is meant by them, and where they came from. Showing that all these titles are full of interest for a British subject. A consideration of the man himself, King George the Fifth.