Foreign News Notes, Mar. 3, 1924

In the presence of Queen Mary, Dr. Walter Button told an audience in University College of London University that Scots would drink the health of their future monarch with "far greater gusto" if he were known as the "Prince of Scotland and Wales." The Doctor said that the eldest son of the Kings of Scotland had been known as the Prince of Scotland since 1400, the title being assumed by right of birth, whereas the title of Prince of Wales was specially created (1301). The Queen smiled appreciatively.

Queen Alexandra, the Queen Mother, was...

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