Foreign News: Doing Well

One fine August day, King George announced to his subjects that the proverbial stork had visited Goldborough Hall, Yorkshire, the residence of his only daughter, Mary, and his son-in-law, Viscount Lascelles. Princess Mary, Viscountess Lascelles, had given birth to a second son. His loyal subjects responded by wishing joy to the mother and babe, who were reported to be "doing well."

Princess Mary's first son, George Henry Hubert, was born on Feb. 7, 1923. The new baby boy, weighing 8¾ Ibs. was born on the 78th birthday of his paternal grandfather, the Earl...

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