LORD SHAFTESBURY AND THE C.O.S.
[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECFATOR."1
Sia,—It may interest your readers to know that the great and good Lord Shaftesbury, when presiding at an annual meeting of the C.O.S. in the 'eighties, said: " If all the charities of our great city here were administered by the C.O.S. there would be practically no poverty in London." Lord Shaftes- bury's life was given up to good works for his fellow-men.—I