THE DIVORCE BILL.
[To THE Burros OF THE " SPECTATOR."] SIR,—May I through your widely read columns suggest that the mothers of England should be consulted before the wit and rhetoric of our leading statesmen convert the Divorce Bill at present under discussion into law P Divorce is a domestic not a political question. It affects the homes of our land and our children in a more direct and powerful degree than it does the Houses of Parliament and our legislators. And surely the guides and guardians of our homes and children have a right to a voice in a matter which is of vital importance to their