Foreign News: Glamis, Cont.

Elizabeth, Duchess of York, entered her third week of imminent childbirth at Glamis Castle. Four obstetricians were in attendance. Despatches began to mention that the chief physician, Sir Henry Simson, is "an expert in the Caesarian section." Bulletins from the castle began to assure the Empire that everything was all right. Busloads of curious tourists rumbled round the locked gates of the castle. Scotsmen climbed nearby Hunter's Hill, gazed solemnly at the rain-drenched 40-ft. bonfire-pile, waiting these many days to flash the news to the country. Home Secretary John Robert Clynes who must...

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