LORD KITCHENER'S ALLEGED UNPOPULARITY.
ITO THE EDITOR OP Till .EPECTATOILn
Sra,—If, as I should hope, you will feel pleased to accept for insertion in your paper these few lines with regard to the letter in your issue of March 9th from "India" respecting Lord Kitchener's unpopularity, I shall be extremely obliged. No doubt mine will be one of many refutations of the state- ments made by " If in no other light, it shows his total ignorance of the better state of affairs of the day. Lord Kitchener's rule may have begun with ominous feelings, but time has tended to prove their total misconception. Has he not improved the condition of the Sepoy in many ways, and has he not tried to assuage hardships when not in contradic- tion to military efficiency P—I am, Sir, &c.,