11 JANUARY 1913, page 15

The Story Of A Faithful Dog.

[To THE EDITOR OF TIU1 "SPECTATOR."] SIR,—Shortly before Christmas a man named Angelo Testoni arrived at Milan from Brescia, accompanied by a fox terrier. He took a room, where......

[to The Editor Of The "spectator."]

have read Mr. Harold Cox's letter about Leigh in Kent. The estimate of rent must be very different in Kent and in Norfolk. When I lived in the country, is. 6d. was a usual rent......

Christian Reunion And The Papacy. [to The Editor Of The

"SPECTATOR."] Sin,—Mr. Macfadyen, in his letter on "Reunion and the Papacy," seems curiously to forget that a report in a Church newepaper is not a Papal Decree. It is a common......

The Rural Cottage Problem.

[To TILE EDITOR OF THE "SPECTATOR."] Sin,—Among the pressing questions in regard to housing in the rural districts, that of men employed by highway authorities is becoming more......

[to The Editor Oe The "spectator."] Sue, — Mr. Harold...

your issue of December 28th, 1912, gives an interesting account of the transactions of the Kent Cottage Company, Limited, but I venture to think that he hardly offers a solution......

[to The Editor Of The "spectator."]

Sin,—Mr. Harold Cox, in his article "The Rural Cottage Problem," mentions as its solution 4s. and 5s. 6d. a week, the tenants to pay the rates, as low rentals. It would be......