THE LATE DR. RIGG.
[To THE EDITOR OP TER " SPECTATOR:1
Sza,—There is one mistake in your generous notice in last week's Spectator of the Life of Dr. Rigg. The College at Westminster of which he was Principal for thirty-six years was for tho training not of ministers but of day-school teachers. That gives the more emphasis to Dr. Rigg's verdict on the educational policy which he rejoiced to find the Spectator pursue so consistently and with such effect. His half-brother's name was John C. Itigg, not T. C.