26 MARCH 1910, Page 14

[TO Tall EDITOR OT THA " SPECTATOR:1 Sin,—Will you allow

me to say that your comments on "B. H.'s " letter in last week's Spectator seem to ignore the questions which to some of us are the most important ones We shall probably hear some day that Germany has bought one or more provinces of Brazil. The Monroe Party in the United States will claim our support in resisting, if necessary by force, the conclusion of any such arrangement. Is England in any way bound to give that support ? and does the Spectator think that it ought to be given P—I am, Sir, &c., T. G. MARTIN.

[If our correspondent will read the letter which precedes his, he will find his answer. Brazil will not sell an inch of her territory to Germany or anybody else.—En. Spectator.]