On his high bench in Bow Street Court last week Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sir Rollo Frederick Graham-Campbell fidgeted beneath his robes and wig. Royal Dukes, Archbishops and Dukes are the top dogs of the British peerage, and below Sir Rollo, quietly awaiting judgment as a prisoner, stood that jovial, ruddy sporting peer, His Grace the Duke of Atholl, lord of 200,000 Scottish acres, master of the only private army in Great Britain and a War hero who won by conspicuous bravery in action the D. S. O.

What Atholl had done—no crime in...

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