Foreign News: Hard-Boiled Sea Lords

Viscountess Astor, M. P. sits for the great naval port of Plymouth. When the Royal Navy staged its "greatest mutiny in 134 years" (TIME, Sept. 28), the Noble Lady was naturally distressed. Rushing down to Plymouth she arrived just as the unrepentant Atlantic Fleet steamed in. Last week Plymouth's Nancy was back in London breathless with naval news.

"For the first time in my life," she cried, "I saw the Atlantic Fleet given a silent reception at Plymouth! . . . But our gloom soon turned to hope when we got in touch with...

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