5 SEPTEMBER 1835, Page 19

From a correspondence in the newspapers, it appears that Sir

F. B. Head has required and received an apology from Mr. H. N. Coleridge, i (on behalf of his deceased uncle,) for the publication of a passage n Coleridge's Table Talk; Sir Francis Head was there accused of a g.1 doable lie--a lie by exaggeration and a lie by omission "—when speak- ing of the English seminaries of education.