British Commonwealth of Nations: Proud Fishmongers

To Billingsgate Market, London, the indigenous home of "Billingsgate,"* there came last week His Royal Highness Prince Albert Frederick Arthur George, Duke of York, second son to George V, R. I.

The Prime Warden of the Billingsgate Fishmongers Co., an institution which nourished in the days of Robert Bruce (three centuries before the birth of Shakespeare), proudly conducted the Duke of York to Fishmongers Hall.

There the Duke was entertained at luncheon, was made an honorary fishmonger. Responding to the royal toast he said: "My brother, the...

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