Education: At Edinburgh

Through the gusty streets of Edinburgh, where (except for U. S. trippers, itinerant golfers and English merchants seeking financial advice) you seldom see aught but Scotsmen, there walked last week a Chinaman and a Swede, a Dane and an Italian, a Swiss, a Greek, a Frenchman, a Hungarian, a Belgian, a Czecho-Slovakian, a German, a Persian. Americans were there. Colonials from Canada, India, Rhodesia, were there; swarthy sons, also, of Spain and of Hayti. Almost all pedagogs, they awaited the gavel-tap of the Rt. Hon....

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