THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND THE WORKING MAN.
[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."] .
SIR,—*We clergy who followed your guidance and, gave our support to the Liberal Party at the late Election are being told frequently that we can no longer be considered sound Churchmen. But what is far more serious is that our working men are being told the same thing. I do not enlarge on the injury which must inevitably result to the Church from this attitude of a considerable section of that body towards our working men, many of them as loyal Churchmen
'as you could wish to find. I will leave this matter to the thoughtful consideration of your readers.—I am, Sir, &c.,