Wise and Otherwise
" King George the Fifth stood for many things normal to the nation and all normal humanity: especially those which sophists question and politicians sell." — Weekly.
"As Prince of Wales we have long loved him already. As King we grapple him to our hearts anew."—Mr. J. L. Garvin in
the "Observer." ,
" I'm versa happy to be a subject of King Edward II, but it's a pity he didna call himsel• David 111."—Overheard in Fleet Street.
" There are few pleasures enjoyed by human beings, indeed it is doubtful if there are any which are not chiefly pleasures of the mind."—Mr. Eric Gill.
" My personal respect for Miss Pankhurst has survived the six portraits of her reproduced in a row in the Daily Express."—Mr. G. K. Chesterton.