THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK IN AMERICA. [To THE EDITOR OF
THE " SPECTATOR."] SIR,—The following quotation from a letter I have received from America may be of interest to some of your readers. The letter is written by an English lady who occupied a very high position in
the educational world.—I am, Sir, &c., M. G.
"How I wish you could have heard the Archbishop of York here; he was the most splendid and successful ambassador that any country ever sent to another. I longed for him to go to every city in America. His dignity, his saintliness, his self-control com- bined with emotion, his feeling for and with America, the feeling he gave of England's strength and suffering, of her asking for no pity and yet caring for sympathy—all this was felt by every one of the thousands who heard him."