MEMORIAL TO THE LATE REV. WENTWORTH WEBSTER.
[To THE EDITOR OF TRY "SPECTATOR:]
Sra,—It has been decided by a few of the friends and admirers of the late Rev. Wentworth Webster—who died at Saxe, Basses-Pyrenees, on April 2nd, and was buried at St-Jean-de Luz—to take steps to perpetuate his memory. A fund, to which H.R.H. the Princess Frederica of Hanover bas kindly consented to give her patronage and support, has accordingly been started. The form the memorial will take is as follows :— (1) It has been decided to erect a plain, but suitable, tomb- stone over the grave in the St.-Jean-de-Lpz Cemetery. (2) As Mr. Webster, if not the original promoter, was certainly one of the most active of the co-founders of the English Church at St.-Jean-de-Luz, it has been decided to fix a brass tablet to his memory on the wall of that church. (3) The filling with stained glass of the two side-lights of the window over the altar in memory of the late Mr. Norman, a co-founder. Subscriptions may be sent either to Mr. J. P. Lilburn, Ducontenea, St.-Jean-de-Luz, or to me at Chalet Aice- Errota, St.-Jean-de-Luz, Basses-Pyrenees, France.—I am,