MY LAST London Letter was written from Scotland. Now I am afraid I must ask you to journey with me some two hours by train to the salubrious and popular seaside resort of Margate. Perhaps we shall be in London when the next Letter is written. It is a peculiarity of the English, and especially Londoners, that when they go to the seaside they prefer a place so popular that there is hardly room to sit down on the sands or immerse themselves in the sea.By BEVERLEY BAXTER10 min
As an old subscriber I have for years read Baxter’s articles. It was hard to agree on all of them, but certainly his latest, “Baxter vs. Col. McCormick” (Sept. 15), was one of the best . . . Baxter tells us that. McCormick is a courteous host. Is it courteous for that man to address the Duke and Duchess of Windsor as Mr. and Mrs. Windsor, disdaining all titles, apparently, but his own?
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