PHEASANT-REARING. [To THE EDITOR OF THE " Einar/M."1 - SIR,—I have
seen the letter in last Saturday's Spectator signed " Squireen." Curiously enough, my chief has restored
a thirteenth-century priory entirely at his own cost, although I fail to see that either this or the state of Winchester Cathedral has any bearing upon Mr. Lloyd George's state- ment that "the land of England was meant for the peasants and not for the partridges." I confess I was very pleased to be permitted to send the figures to the Press to show the public the other side of the picture, and here my pride began and ended. Judging from Mr. Lloyd George's speeches, I should imagine that he would rather give 5s. for a brace of birds than the same sum towards the restoration of Win-
chester Cathedral.—I am, Sir, &c., R. H. GREEN. Estate Office, Willesborough, Kent.