To be invited by the Sultan to take tea at a palac-o is the interesting experience that befell Mr. Kerr on his travels. The invitation was not, however. all that it seemed, for the party was really— But listen to the talk yourseif and learn what actually happened.
London Sights: Piccadilly Circus, The Violet Seller; London Bridge, 'Six o'clock in London'; Highgate Hill, Turn again, Dick Whittington' (Byrne) sung by Harry Hopewell. 'Dick Whittington and his Cat,' a story told by Robert Roberts
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