"ORIGINAL POEMS FOR INFANT MINDS." To THE EDITOR OF THE
London, March 15, 1865. Sin,—Circumstances have prevented our taking earlier notice of your article on the edition of Original Poems for Infant Minds which we have recently published, but we think it due to our- selves to state that your suspicion of an unconnected critic is not correct. The alterations were made by or submitted to the opinion of one of the authors, a writer too much interested in the character of the work to risk it willingly, and one who is pleased with the favourable opinion you have expressed of its original edition.—We are, Sir, yours faithfully, VIRTUE BROTHERS AND CO.