AN INTELLECTUAL ALLIANCE.
[To THE EDITOR OP THE " SPECTATOR."]
Sue,—With reference to the article on " An Intellectual Alliance " in your issue of April 29th, I beg leave to send you this little tract, three million copies of which have been dis' ributed all over France. It may bear witness to the efforts that are being made in this country to enlighten public opinion on the subject of the wonderful achievement [We cannot, unfortunately, find space to reproduce this timely, excellent, and popular exposition of British efforts, Les Forces anglaises (Paris: 103 Bd. S. Michel). It should prove a most useful corrective to the efforts of a section of the London Press to belittle our Work and Represent us as behindhand in our duties.—En. Spectator.]