Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

How did the writer compare Harris to Queen Elizabeth?

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Harris, like Queen Elizabeth was fond of public houses. None-the-less, she is credited with having visited most every establishment located along their route. This causes J to muse about how many signs would appear if Harris were to die a great man..... he alludes to the placed Harris had been "thrown out of", which brings a bit of humor to his musings.