SETTLEMENT ON THE LAND
[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] £m, It is proposed to found a League which will bring about !settlement on the land, an increased food supply in dairy produce, etc., by intensive culture, stimulation of industry, and economic housing. The object is to fire the imagination of young people (who include all who have young spirits) to solve the country's difficulties, not on paper, but in the definite methodical fashion in which the Danes went about their difficulties fifty years ago, and at Ieast to equal the Danes in the success obtained. A name to attract powerfully is under consideration for the League and a Constitution and Rules are in draft form. Membership of the League will involve a subscription, which, however, will be quite small. The League will work in sympathy with Third Garden City, ,Limited.—I am, Sir, &c., GILBERT LANG. 180 West Regent Street, Glasgow, C. 2.