Foreign News: Dawson of Bloomsbury

"Dawson of Penn," a frock-coated name, a faintly snobbish name, precisely the right name for the King's Physician in Ordinary —so thought many a U. S. citizen last year when George V lay near Death and the sun never set on fresh bulletins signed "Dawson of Penn" (TIME, Dec. 3, 1928 et seq.).

Last week, on the first anniversary of the day George V fell ill, the Royal Society of Medicine celebrated with a banquet. The Prime Minister of Great Britain was there to tell a little...

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