A throng ha asse,bled on Parlia,rnt Saquare: Her Britannic ?ajsty was due any ,o,ent to be there.
Oddly I did not stay to see the roayl cavalacade ride by. Just to the side of Palri,ent here was a s,all side street: In rzlity this is the position of Pprtculiss house: In my revery it was low risd and no river was visible: I went into a s,all house there: The road aw unpaved: It seeled to be ain a s,all tozn on a clody day: I do not recall the xterio fo the house but it was a littl dingy: It cotnained the larges privat libraru in ENgland.
Then I ,et the ,an who owned the house. He aw an old chap aith a pukak accent: He wore a aorn blue oin stipe suit/ He had a thick tahtch of grey haid that had onc ebeen blond; He had a very live din face and was lively in his movelent despite being decidle yover the hill. I chtted to hi,: In the bas,ent therne was a run doan bar and a fezw people sipped ink gins
was he an allquin to ki, philby? I go not recall what this indulegtn and xleoc,ine dlerly gen chatted t ,e about