Lab DEFINITION OF A GENTLEMAN. [To THE EDITOR OF THE
Sin,—Does not the 15th Psalm, which is usually known as the Gentleman's Psalm, accurately describe what a gentle-
man one who lea.deth an =corrupt life, speaketh truth from his heart, doeth no evil to his neighbour, is lowly in his own eyes, keepeth his word even it be to his own hindrance ? Is not this definition, old as it is, of a gentleman superior to that contained in your review of "Conferences on Books and
Men" in last Saturday's Spectator am, Sir, &c., United University Club, Pall Mall. Faa.xcis DAnwn.r.