London: Macmillan and Co., 1923. [Speech] FIRST EDITION. Small octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.32. Publisher's blue/grey card covers with titles to front. Light rubbing to spine. Near fine. Elected Rector of St Andrews, following Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig and writer J.M. Barrie, Kipling here congratulates the students of the University on the thriftiness of their race, and moves to encourage all the other virtues he associates with strength of character and true independence. Item #53133
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