1 DECEMBER 1894, Page 30


[TO TUB EDITOR OF THE "SPECTATOR."] Sun—Your correspondent, " W. G. H.," is mistaken in attri- buting the lines he quotes,- " And yet, We lost it in this daily jar and fret, And now live idle in a vague regret," to Mr. John Davidson. They are from Miss A. A. Procter's "Legend of Provence," and certainly bear a great resemblance to Tennyson's lines.—I am, Sir, &c., THE WRITER OF THE REVIEW OF "THE YELLOW BOOK."