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Post by Karen on Fri 2 Apr 2010 - 13:32

BLOOD-THIRSTY.

Two Princes Who Love To Slash Off People's Arms and Legs.

LONDON, Nov. 27. - Prince Louis Ferdinand of Bavaria, who married the Infanta Paz, is a very clever surgeon, and at one of the hospitals in Madrid recently operated upon a woman suffering from cancer of the breast with complete success. His relative, the Duke Charles Theodore, brother of the Empress of Austria, is both an oculist and surgeon, and very skillful, but his fondness for the knife is not appreciated in the Munich and Vienna hospitals, for whenever he operates all regular arrangements are upset. The whole staff is required to be in attendance on him, and he must always be respectfully addressed as "Your Royal Highness," and strict etiquette observed, all of which is decidedly a nuisance. When the Duke is at Vienna he often passes a whole day in the general hospital, and if any arms or legs are to be cut off he hastens joyfully to the work.

Source: The Vevay Reveille, December 6, 1888

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