Just a note to thank all replies re: starting my 1959 Birmingham Scott after a long rest. After taking all replies to heart I opened up the pilgrim pump for the greatest delivery and mixed oil to the 5% mix as suggested, after loading up pump 4 times and kicking over to deliver copious amounts of oil to bearings and sumps.
It actually started on the 4th kick and gave a brilliant delivery of blue smoke as desired. Actually too much as evidenced by the neighbors standing on their front steps and pointing as I motored sans helmet or gear along adjacent streets with a grin last alluded to after exiting the rear seat of my 1957 Ford on the 4th date with my lovely wife of 38 years. She says it was the 6th date. Whatever the count I was smiling as I was sorting out the shifting pattern etc. It seemed to have a lot of torque when asked for but I shortly observed a severe oil leak in the line to the pilgrim pump from the tank. After returning to the shop and removing banjo fitting I noticed it was quite a bit thicker than the other fittings to the sumps. I found a narrower fitting in my MGTC bits and found it was a perfect fit so should solve the problem. It allowed more threads into the pump and should work well.
I will gradually reduce oil supply until proper mix is established , the light blue haze described.
I have to say that the radiator supplied by Jon Hodges was to say the least, exquisite. It is an exteme example of the works done by a few dedicated enthusiasts and entrepeneurs who ensure that individuals like myself with few like skills are able to enjoy these marvelous motorcycles.
I tip my hat and offer my hand in thanks to a job more than well done.
Thanks again to all for their imput and excellent advice.