Foreign News: To India

First lapping merrily, then lunging lustily, impudent waves made mock, last week, of seven wise Britons who set sail as an august commission to India. Patriotic, they will slave for more than a year, voluntarily, at a thankless task. Six of the wise men are Viscount Burnham, until recently owner of the London Daily Telegraph; Baron Strathcona, Unionist peer; Lieut. Col. George Richard Lane-Fox, up to the last fortnight Undersecretary of State for Mines; the Hon. Edward Cecil Cadogan, author-barrister M. P.; Major Clement Richard Attlee,...

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