In the meantime the cortege
returned to the Palais Royal.
Our progress was exceedingly effective, for everyone whom we met stopped to stare at the cortege
. It happened that the hotel had the reputation of being the best, the most expensive, and the most aristocratic in all the spa, and at every turn on the staircase or in the corridors we encountered fine ladies and important-looking Englishmen--more than one of whom hastened downstairs to inquire of the awestruck landlord who the newcomer was.
CROWDS sang along with entertainer Joe Longthorne as his voice rang out from his funeral cortege
Brandissant des drapeaux et entamant l'hymne national sous un soleil de plomb, la foule a salue le cortege
funebre tout le long de son parcours d'une vingtaine de kilometres, du palais de Carthage au cimetiere du Djellaz a Tunis.
passes Goodison Park, led by a piper playing Z-Cars andrew teebay EVERTON stars past and present joined family, friends and well-wishers to pay their final respects to club chaplain Rev Harry Ross yesterday.
Stoke-on-Trent: Hundreds of football fans lined the streets to pay tribute to Gordon Banks on Monday as his funeral cortege
was driven through Stoke, with former England teammate Geoff Hurst hailing him as a "superstar".
Apres une pause au Salon Royal de l'aeroport, le cortege
Royal s'est dirige vers la Place de Mechouar du Palais Royal a Rabat ou un accueil officiel a ete reserve aux illustres hotes du SM le Roi Mohammed VI.
Members of the public and "Alfie's Army" broke into applause as the funeral cortege
passed the Goodison Park ground en route to a private burial of the youngster in Liverpool.
A fleet of silver Rolls-Royces formed the cortege
for the matriarch, 59, who died of a heart attack this month.
Fans lined the streets outside his home in Knotty Ash as his funeral cortege
, led by a horse-drawn carriage, left and travelled to Liverpool Cathedral.
The group rallied in Motherwell and led a funeral cortege
in honour of profoundly disabled Douglas Barclay, whose donated organs have since saved three lives.
THE Duke of Cambridge has confessed to using his fringe as a "safety blanket" when walking behind his mother's funeral cortege
Mrs Cox's funeral cortege
travelled through her Batley and Spen constituency in West Yorkshire, slowing down in the town of Heckmondwike before continuing to Batley.