British Commonwealth of Nations: Toc. H.

Former war padres and their once militant flocks surged into Albert Hall, famed Victorian mecca of public gatherings and sounding board for many a worthy cause. Within they found Edward, Prince of Wales, with the "Toc. H." lamp in his hand. "Toc. H."ers performed an interlude in seven episodes. The Rev. P. B. Clayton, founder of "Toc. H." was there. At the conclusion of the ceremony innumerable additional "Toc. H." lamps were lit, and lamp bearers started for New Zealand, South Africa, India and the U. S....

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