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Travel Britain by Auto
for the flrt timo will b presented
many objeeta and place of hlrtor-l- r
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aa well as patriotic Interest. It la
pnaathlA to all within a period of a
fw weeka and to maintain tha
ter in London throughout
IF and SHEFFIELD PLATE
A LARGE SELECTION FROM 100 TO 400 YEARS OLD
Mont Americana make ulralght for
Your Own Bring Consign it to the famous Car. You Want to Hire an Automobile or May he seen at the Galleries of
London. aa It undoubtedly possesses Mitchell Garage, Wardour Street, London, England Electric Carriage When in England
more charms and attractions for the
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brinars the visitor Into close and con-
Knowledge of the llichways. Beauty Spots and Hotels of Britain; and for the return journey
repack in your own case, reship and save you all trouble and considerable expense. OR, "WE
r By Special Appointment Silversmith to H. M., the King.
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terest In and luburbs.
Americana have the advantage of he-
lps; able to trlstt from Marylebone the
many historical shrines which no tour- HERTFORD STREET
ist should ever leave untouched. Close
at hand almost, as It were, on ten-
LONDON, W. MAYFAIR OSCAR
don's doorstep is the Chalfont country. WARDOUR STREET
the homes of Milton. I'enn LONDON
Cable: MITCHELL'S GARAGE, LONDON
and Gray. Iss
than 30 minutes' train Phone 234 GERRARD
ride to Grrrard's Cro.s. and the visitor W
t a Me. within a few miles, to visit
Milton's colts Ke at flialfont St. Giles,
the only residence now existing which Guildhall and grammar school. New address of the finest equipped Begs to Announce His
the poet Is known to have occupied.
Here he wrote "Paradise Resalned" Place, where once stood Shakespeare's THE in England for the hire of
house, the Memorial Theater, and Har-
and other renowned poems, and many
valuable mementoes may be seen.
fVss'i flrllra Pinmei
vard House, which is now America's
own possession In Stratford-on-- von.
Within a mile of Stratford is Sliot-ter-
Tetrol or Electric Carriages for Town
or Country use. Experienced, efficient
and reliable drivers. Perfectly ap-
Within tw miles the lonely
Quak- where stands Anne Hathaway's of
pointed private Napier Carriages or
er meeting; holme of William Penn, the cottage, and there is no doubt that the tons Jcte, CL- - charges.
founder of Pennsylvania, and Ms fol- visitor will cover the same ground as Electromobiles. Inclusive
lowers, and In the adjoinlna- - did the poet, although not pn the same Fair and reasonable terms.
may be seen the cravestones depictlnir errand. Many Americans delight to
the spot where he was laid lo rest.
Within a short walk may be visited
remain several days In Stratford. tak
ing opportunity also to visit Warwick aA flee Send for "The Little Book" or
the churchyard of Moke Poges. the and venilworth Castles. This district the Napier Hirinjj Book both at the
n:ene s world-fame- d
I'nder a plain fat tombsumo beneath
Klegy. Is prominently connected wlth the
poet's home life at Stratford. illl 4SKS.l..lfl.l postedfree on request. Write
one of the windows of the church Is
the tomb of Gray's mother and aunt,
and here also Grar was burled. It will
not be forgotten that General Wolfe be-
fore the rail of Quebec recited this
Wyelir Chair aad Pulpit There.
There are many other places which
cannot afford to over-
look. There Is Kugby. with its famous
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on arrival in London or telegraph
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poem to his comrade, remarking that school . founded by Lawrence Sheriff:
would rather have been its author Lutterworth Church, where the reform- Marconi or Cable "Monopolize,"
tiian the hero of (Juebec. er. John Wyclif. was rector and where London.
Barke aad Waller Hwaaesj ar Is still preserved the carved oak pul-
Adlolnlnsr this delightful country pit from which he preached. Within
inav be seen the homeland of KHmtind the altar rails Is preserved Wycllfa (Napier Cars by arrangement with April 22 to July 13
Iturke. the patriot, orator and states- chair and another Interesting relic Is S. r. Edge, Ltd.)
man, and of Kdmund Waller, the poet. the table on which Wyclif rirst trans- New York Booking Office:
Great Hampden House, midway be- lated the Bible into Knglish and for
tween Princess I'lsboro and Great
was John Hampden's home, and
n. which an offer of several thousand
pounds has been refused. Close to the cvtajcl so ev-z-jf The Hertford St. Motor Hiring Co., Ltd. TOWN AND COUNTRY BUREAU, 389 FIFTH AVENUE
t'ie adjoining church his burial place. church stands the Wyclif memorial. and Seats which should be booked well in advance can be
The register records the latter event Leicester Abbey, founded in 1143. Is The Eleclromobile Company, Ltd.
In 43. but there is no monument to where Cardinal Wolsey died. To the reserved by Special Code Cables.
Mm on the walls of the churrh. Hamp- antiquarian the Jewry wall and the fine CI CAjOSmMcjI? Stilt? 0?emS 7 Hertford Street, Ma fair, W.
den sat. in Parliament for Wendover. Roman mosaic pavement will be of par- y
near by. and It was In this rapacity ticular Interest. Atwas Rothley Is 'Koth-le-
that he led the freeholders of Bucking- Temple." and It here that Lord
hamshire in the protest against ship Maeauley. the famous poet, historian AuusS--
money as an Illegal tax emanating from
the King and tiot from the Commons.
and essayist, was born.
Close to Heath Is ilardwirk Hall.
vrCtzt stA7&-t-U (LoJmj-aferfc-ic
A monument not many minutes' walk said to be more glass than wall. At
from Hampden House records In Its Chesterfield Church, Stephenson, the
Inscription the fact that here the farm- nloneer of railways. In buried, and the
ers of Buckinghamshire first gathered town Is renowned for Its crooked spire. (F3
under Hampden to make their protest. Cathedral Full of la teres.
Old Waefclaglaai llosae lalereotiag. 3
most ' (omprelienjie
Th magnlflcent Cathedral of Lin
Another day'a Interesting- tour Is to coln and the ancient city with its
take train from London to Helmdon
for Palgrave Manor. the ancestral
castle are full of historical associa
afford the visitor the
home of Cieorge Washington.
homestead now does the duty of a
farmhouse and retains but a shadow of
its former importance. The home In
shape roughly resembles the letter L.
The means of many pleasant recollections.
Journcving westward and before
leaving the port of Liverpool, tho visit-
or will wish to see the ancient walled
city of Chester, renowned for Its ninny
a ZOfUiK- - tsU.
and it has been stat--- that the shorter
limb, which contains no ancient fea-
buildings preserved In the oualnt typ
of architecture of bygone days.
tures. dll not form part of the origi- Close by Is Hawarden Castle, a fine
nal buiMIng but is a later addition. old castellated pile, surrounded by
At the end of the older wing Is the splendid timber, and for many years
gabled porch, which Is the most In- the home of the late Right. Hon. u II- - In the Metropolis, on the South Coast, En Route to the
teresting feature of the exterior. The llain Ewart Gladstone. Hawarden i Continent; on the Bracing East Coast and at
entrance to the hall, which remains the birth place of Krama Hart, who. as Britain's Beautiful Spa.Harrogate.
complete, has a Tudor arch and in the Lady Hamilton, was so closely assocl- -
two spandrlln are Washington arms ted with the. lator years of the life of UKSCUIPTIVK TArtlr'F Bi:oCMfrtF:s
carved tn stone. The shield to the left Kngland's great naval hero Lord INThey
this famous lintel tfrnup arc. yours lor me asKUix.
Tl will enable you to arranec your itinerary t"
Is defaced, but that on the right Is In Ztc" I'WTt JV 7
perfect preservation and exhibits clear- At Wrexham. In the parish church. -- Include some of Che most important, historic anil inter
ly the mullets (or five pointed stars Is the tomb of Lllhu Vale, the founder esting renters In Creat Britain.
and bars which George Washington of Vale College. Vale died in London - JL5a. A. Jn the METROPOLIS the n
well-know- IIOTKLS KJJS-PHL- L
In 1721, and his tomb was restored and
m GliKAT CKNTltAL provide, most ixoe4lont
retained In America as the cypher of .1 V.I - F"V'J. I
I1N T'ZJ- lieHtlo.uartfrs from which to do Liniiou and vicinity, and
inscribed In ISf.i by the Yale College
Ms family, and from which were
evolved the Hurj and Stripes of the
banner. It is especially
Interesting to trace how the Washing-
Corporation. "In grateful remembrance
of his timely aid In money and other
FAMOU S offer accommodation and an atmosphere of refinement
and luxury without eiiial on either side, of the Atlantic.
In HAItFMICiATK the FIOTKL MA.IKSTIC will he found
a doliKhtful stoppinK place, catering for best American
the Knslisli Lake-woo- d
ton Arms were transformed Into the and English clientele. Harrosfate
American flag. is four hours "from London, on the Yorkshire
Many things will Interest Americans
. A moors. Its medicinal waters are anil. as
ami Canadians In the Sulgrave dltrlrt.
Illstorlars may wish to visit neigh- S.E.&CR. mm a center for charniinst exclusions it Is without equal.
In HOVKR anil KOLKKSTONK startin"- points for
continental travel the hotels lU'lIhlNCTON Both ROYAL.
!Mutb fMtrn Jt f'haJhant Kallrosd of ffcbopole anil
boring villages Intimately associated rntflinn PAVILION supply Ideal accommodations. resorts
with the Washington family. and are maKnificent centers for motor tours alonp: the coast
iherefore it will be for the visitor to
R LONDON and through Kent and Sussex.
iecldo whether he returns to London
or Journeys forward to Ftratford-on-Avo-
the center of the Shakespeare
with e one-tim-
converted into the most
BEXHILL a typical Knslish watering place, with
magnificent boulevards and kursaal is an excellent rest
resort after the fiitlfjues of sitrhtsoeins'. A week or so
at the SA :KV1 LLIC HOTKI, would make a fitting and
rexuperative finish to a tour through Britain. Wliilo for
those who prefer the bracing- Last Coast, there is no
((BBEV1UJ , more picturesque resort than
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