THE PROPOSED BRITISH SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES AT ATHENS.
[TO THE EDITOR OF THE " $PECTATOR."]
Sin,—While thanking you for your kindly mention of the pro- posed English School of Classical Studies and Art at Athens,. I shall be glad of your permission to state that I am only one of two honorary secretaries ; and that my colleague, who has done more than the lion's share of the work, and to whose vigor- ous and able initiative the enttrprise is due, is Professor R. C. Jebb. Will you allow me to add that the Greek Government have generously offered us a site of from five to ten acres on the- slope of Lycabettns, and that a meeting of the Committee will be held on Saturday next, to consider this offer, and, I hope, to.