[To THE EDITOR OP THE "SPECTATOR."]
SIR,—You refer in the Spectator of March 25th to a "defiance like that of the immortal Mr. Jefferson Brick, which defied everybody and yet hurt nobody." Surely Mr. Brick's fame is sufficiently established as war correspondent and leader- 'writer of the Rowdy Journal without your claiming for Lim the celebrated 0-ration in which the world was defied by the Honourable Elijah Pogrom, whose self-written epitaph is : "He was a member of the Con-gress of our common country, tuid ac-tive in his trust."—I am, Sir, &c.,
Wayside, Elf ham. ALFRED LAURENCE FELKIN.
[Nostra culpa. We can only plead that against such strange lapses of memory no precautions will avail.—En. Spectator.] CHEAP COTTAGES EXHIBITION FUND.