Signs of the Times

A correspondent in theLancashire Evening PostPreston, England

In the famous church of St. Margaret's, Westminster, there is a stained glass window in memory of Caxton, the first English printer, who set up his press nearby. The inscription on it was composed by Tennyson and was based on Caxton's motto, Fiat Lux—Let there be light.

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