THE UNIVERSITY BILL.
[TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SPECTATOR:1
SIR,—Permit a few words of explanation. Trinity College is now -denominational. The Bill would place it, with £50,000 a year of its revenues, under the ' mixed' system. Surely this is ' giving' the mixed system £50,000 a year which it had not got before. At any rate, the minority of Irishmen, chiefly Protestant, and for the most part wealthy, who prefer the mixed' system, get all the collegiate endowments, while the majority, chiefly Catholic, and for the most part poor, who prefer the denominational system, get no Collegiate endowments whatever. This is supposed to be