and the Emperor was followed by
a) their Imperial Highnesses Grand Dukes Alexander, Vladimir and Alexey Alexandrovich and Nicolay Konstantinovich.
b) The Minister of His Imperial Majesty's Court, General Adjutant Count Adlerberg and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Vice Chancellor Prince Gortchakoff .
c) The Ministerial Secretary of State for the Grand Duchy of Finland Count Armfelt and the Ministerial Vice Secretary of State Baron Stjernwall-Walléen.
d) Head of the 3rd Department of the Imperial Chancellery, General Adjutant Prince Dolgorukov, War Minister, General Adjutant Miliutin and the Vice Lord of the Admiralty, General Adjutant Krabbe,
and a large entourage consisting of both honorary soldiers in the Imperial Majesty's service and soldiers and civilian public officers invited to attend the ceremonies.
In accordance with the most gracious order,
C. E. Cedercreutz.
Source for the translation of the speech: Joseph R. Fisher, "Finland and the Tsars, 1809-1899". Edward Arnold, London, 1901.
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