"but what if Sir Archibald Bodkin were concealed among them"
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Sir Archibald Bodkin KCB (1862-1957) was the Director of Public Prosecutions between 1920 and 1930. He was renowned for the hard line he took against so-called 'obscene publications', and played a part in the suppression of Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness.

(Readers of bookmark p.122 may be interested to know that he was a Knight Commander of the Bath!).