11 JUNE 1920, page 16

Straw In Bricks.

[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."' Sia,—There seems to be some uncertainty among your corre- spondents as to how straw is used in making bricks. In the Argentine all bricks......

President Roosevelt, The Kaiser, And Algeciras. Ito The...

THE " SPECTATOR."] Sia,—There appears to be a mis-statement of really historic interest in Mr. Thayer's life of Roosevelt, which you reviewed last week. Your reviewer writes: "......

Canon Rawnsley And - The Takes. [to The Editor Or The

" SPECTATOR."] Sia,—In your " News of the Week " note on Canon Rawnsley last week you make a strange mistake (hut it is probably due to a printer's omission) when you say : "He......

The Idea Of Progress.

[To THE EDITOR or THE "SPECTATOR."] SIR,—Is it not a remarkable tribute to the continued improve- ment in the conditions of life which characterized the nine- teenth century......

Maule's Judgment.

[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."' SIR,—In your issue of May 15th you published Mr. Justice Manle's address to a prisoner who had been convicted of bigamy, words which......

[to The Editor Of The " Spectator "]

Sip,—Dean Inge's view of the progress or otherwise of humanity is robbed of its value by reason of its limited scope. When anthropologists need 700.000 years, or much longer, to......

(to The Emilie Or Rim "seeceraoa "1

Sue--Considerable comment might be made on the egret "farm** in Sind, as described by your anonymous corre- spondent, who, it may safely he said, has not much acquaint- ance......

Blind Babies.

[To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."] SIR, —This is the month of roses and of perfection in most of the beauties of nature which charm the eye. Since I was a boy I have shared......