Our readers will read with interest the account given in
another page by the Rev. Malcolm MacColl,—who is on his way, with Dr. Liddon, to see for himself the truth of what is going on in Servia,—of Dr. Dellinger's views on the Eastern Question. Dr. Doliinger is something of a statesman as well as an ecclesiastic, and he is the political confidant of statesmen of great influence in more countries than one. It will be seen how strongly Dr. Dellinger holds that England has it now in her power to deter- mine the policy of Europe on the Turkish Question. But to have it in her power she needs a type of mind, will, and imagination at the head of the Foreign Office very different from Lord Derby's.