GREAT BRITAIN: King unto Lloyd's

From Buckingham Palace, in the City of Westminster, the King-Emperor road forth, last week, and for the first time in three years, that part of London called "The City."

Last week the tradition that not even the King may enter the City of London without permission of The Lord Mayor was ceremoniously upheld. The royal carriage stopped for a moment just outside the site of the ancient City Wall—indicated last week by a red silken cord. Pompously My Lord Mayor of London, Sir Charles Albert Batho, approached, clad in...

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