Foreign News: Princely Pilgrim

The chronological account of Lord Renfrew's visit to the U. S. is herewith continued:

¶Precedent was flagrantly flouted when the noble lord planted a tree on the Burden estate to commemorate his visit. Usually royalty, even if it is disguised, plants only acorns. Renfrew's tree was a handsome, upstanding young red oak of 20 summers.

¶Rain and the consequent postponement of the international polo match (see SPORT) persuaded Lord Renfrew to postpone his departure. While waiting, he spent a typical day. Rose at 10 a.m., took a plunge in the Burden pool, played seven...

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