WHAT DO YOU KNOW OF LONDON?
[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] Sni,—A small inaccuracy occurs in the answer to Question 12; under the above heading in a recent issue. Anne Boleyn was beheaded on Tower Green, within the Tower precincts; not on Tower Hill. This appears to have been a considera- tion shoWn to women condemned as traitors : Catharine Doward, the Countess of Salisbury, and Lady Jane Grey being other instances. Robert Devereux, Earl of.Essex, was also beheaded on Tower Green, but men, as. a rule,. were
publicly executed on Tower am, Sir, &c., .
(Mrs.) MARIAN MACDONALD.
4 Hereford Mansions, lie:.eford Road. W. 2.