British Commonwealth of Nations: New Viceroy

A tall Briton, whose air of habitual command betrayed his lineage, arrived last week at Bombay, India. Some weeks before he had taken leave of the King-Emperor at London, had left that monarch to endure his well known bronchial affliction amid the damp of England. At Bombay, the arriving Briton took the oath of allegiance as Viceroy of India, then he prepared to whirl inland to Delhi, the Imperial Capital. At Delhi, where the new Imperial city is rapidly being transformed by British architects into an earthly...

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