Foreign News: Queen Mary's Wishes

To use Edward of Windsor as a doormat on which aspersions may be wiped was the risky game started by the Archbishop of Canterbury (TIME, Dec. 21), and up to play it last week stepped a great ceremonial official of the Court of St. James, the Garter Principal King of Arms, Sir Gerald Woods Wollaston. While reading a lecture on ceremonial to the Lyceum Club last week, Sir Gerald digressed to wipe Windsor with the charge that King Edward VIII unduly speeded up the funeral of his father King George V. Nowadays the drawing...

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