Dr. Archibald Fleming of St. Columba's Church, a close friend of the Earl of Balfour, says of the impending visit of the King to the Pope: 'It is purely an act of courtesy, and if the King visited Rome without going to the Vatican it would certainly be an act of discourtesy to millions of his loyal subjects all over the Empire."

There is, however, a very strong feeling among Protestants 'that the King should not call on the Pope, and an equally strong current of opinion against interference by any body with the...

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