GREAT BRITAIN: The Governors' Ladies

Leaving the Bahamas (as British tradition requires) before the arrival of his successor, their retiring Governor, Sir Charles Cecil Farquharson Dundas, said of the new Governor: "I leave you now in distinguished and capable hands. . . . He is endowed with natural ability and great experience of men and affairs and exceptional knowledge of the Empire and of many foreign lands. . . ."

This distinguished new Governor did not reach Nassau last week, but he got part way to his post, landed at another British possession, Bermuda, from the U. S. ship Excalibur. A tiny admiral's barge brought the...

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