Foreign News: Pantry Language

"Gladstone founded a great tradition, since observed by many of his followers and successors with such pious fidelity: in public to speak a language of the highest and strictest principle and in private to pursue and possess every sort of woman."

Thus wrote Captain Peter Emmanuel Wright, onetime assistant secretary to the Allied Supreme War Council in his recently published book, Portraits and Criticisms. The Right Honorable Herbert John Gladstone, first Viscount Gladstone, son of the late Victorian Liberal Premier, at once denounced his father's abuser to the secretary of the Bath Club,...

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