THE GORE TESTIMONIAL
(To TRH EDITOR OF TIER " SPECTATOR:1 SIR,—It has occurred to some of the friends of the new Bishop of Worcester that the multitudes who have derived profit from his books, and from his sermons and lectures in the Abbey, might wish to be associated with them in some substantial testimony of gratitude and regard. The wishes of the Bishop-Elect as to the form which this testimony should take have been ascertained; and we cordially invite contributions. A large number of subscriptions, rather than large amounts, would be the result most pleasing to the pro- moters of the scheme; and we may reasonably assume to Dr. Gore.—We are, Sir, &c.ETHEL ROMANES.
GEORGE W. E. RUSSELL. JOHN G. TALBOT.
P.S.—Contributions may be sent to G. W. E. Russell, 18 Wilton Street, S.W.