10 JULY 1880, page 13

The Burials Bill Relief Clauses.

[TO THE EDITOR OF THE .° SPEOTATOR.1 Stu,—It is the fashion just now to charge all Church abuses and all delays in Church reform upon the Bishops and Clergy, and to cast as many......

The "gin," Or Steel Trap With Teeth. . Ire The

EDITOR OF THE "SPECTATOR.] SIR,—I have just seen a letter in a contemporary, on the subject of that terrible instrument of torture the "Gin." I devoutly trust that some......

A Word Of Protest.

[To THE EDITOR OF THE SPECTATOR:1 Sta,—I am inclined at once to fear that it may, and to hope that it may not, seem either captions or obtrusive on my part if, while cordially......

The Burial Of The Unbaptised.

[TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SPECTATOL'l Sia,—The Rubric concerning the burial of the unbaptised is a dead-letter in Lordon. No questions are ever asked, and the evidence afforded by......

The Clerical Conscience.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SPECTATOR."] F.sa,—Mr. L. Davies thinks it a peculiarity of the clerical conscience that it should shrink from expressing "sure and cer- tain hope of the......