"You have been so faithful, and so
loving to us, you have fought so stoutly for us, you have been so
hearty in counseling of us that we shall never forget your favor
Beneath the mighty oak roof that Richard II built, on the spot where
Charles I was condemned to the scaffold and Cromwell proclaimed Lord
Protector, where Britain's dead kings are mourned and its new ones
feted, Sir Winston Churchill stood last week and received his country's
heartfelt tributes on his 80th birthday. Before him, vast Westminster...
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