Foreign News: Criticism

Speaking English at a luncheon given by the English-speaking Union, Lord Lee of Fareham, the rich soldier-states-man who gave Chequers Court to the nation as a country home for her badly paid Prime Ministers, was expected to make some encouraging references to the satisfactory relations which governed Anglo-Saxons in Anglo-Saxondom.

The expectations were not wholly realized. Lord Lee, than whom no other Englishman is alleged to know more about the U. S., which, perhaps, is not surprising, for he married an American, began by suggesting the adoption of the eleventh commandment: "Thou shalt not...

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