22 OCTOBER 1937, page 20

Mr. Aldington And The Catechism [to The Editor Of The

SPECTATOR.] SIR, —Mr. Richard Aldington in his little dialogue " Archie's Dilemma " misquotes the Catechism by substituting the past for the future tense in the clause which......

Italy Against The World [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

SIR,—I was interested to learn through Mr. Wilson Harris of Mr. Eden's denial of my ttatement regarding his alleged change of front at the 1936 Assembly. I had, of course, often......

A London Bee [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

SIR,—In answer to Sir William Beach Thomas's query " Where is the nearest hive to Charing Cross ? " I should hazard a guess that they are the two hives situated on the roof of......

A Propos D'organisation

[D'un correspondant parlslen.] Nous avons eu recemment la visite de lord Leverhulme, venu a la tete d'un comite qui prepare le septieme congres de scientific management pour ran......

Mrs. Elizabeth - Carter [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

Sra,—Mr. A. G. Bradley's article was most welcome. There is perhaps more in London to remind us of Mrs. Carter than he suggests. She was interred (1806) in the burial ground of......