19 NOVEMBER 1910, Page 12

[To ins EDITOR or TWO "SrscrAvon."]

Sin,—Your advice to Unionists to " concentrate" is sound and well timed. Thousands of Unionists are uncompromising supporters of " taxation for revenue only," who would gladly not only vote but would heartily work for a return of a Unionist Government 'if by so doing they could have some authoritative assurance that the established fiscal policy of the country shall not be overthrown in the next Parliament. As regards the House of Lords, so long as its functions remain, its constituent elements or its constitution may be open to discussion without any serious danger to the best interests of the nation.—I am, Sir, &c., A FREE-TRADE UNIONIST,