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Pilgrims of the U.S. Pay Tribute to Lord Reading

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mail Service)

A tribute to the Marquis of Reading was paid by the Pilgrims of the United States in a telegram sent to the dinner given by the Pilgrims in honor of Lord Reading.

“The American Pilgrims unite with their British brethren in honoring Lurd Reading. As Ambassador and High Commissioner, he made a profound impression on our people. He contributed in a particularly broad way to the con### and growth of harmonious relation and friendly understanding between the United States and Great Britain. The brilliant administration of Lof Reading and its influence on the Far East have been of the greatest assistance to the efforts now so hopeful for stabilianing the relations of nations and for pence and civilization. The world is richer for a life so full of achievement and success in many fields,” the telegram from the society read.

The Earl of Birkenhead, Minister for India, spoke of Lord Reading’s career at the Bar as one as meteoric as had exet been known a career which was distinguished and embellished not merely by the arts of an advocate in dealing with matters of fact, but which never failed in competition with the greatest intelligent powers at the Bar. “I who claim to know the facts,” Lord Birkenbead declared, “make this high claim for ### distinguised guest, that his name will rank high in history.”

Lord Reading referred to Lord Brikenbead’s mention of his beginning as a cabin boy. For accuracy he said. “I w### correct that ### ship’s boy. I was ship’s boy. My duties were various for consisted in the main of pedishing out the pig-stye-which I might have been spared in view of my origin-and generally of doing all the work that fell naturally to the lowest person in the ship’s company.

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