24 AUGUST 1934, page 19

The Naval Outlook [to The Editor Of The Spectator.] Sir,—i

hope I shall not be thought the least bit bellicose (a sununer in Gallipoli in 1915 cured me of all that) if I venture to suggest that Earl Beatty had really got at " the root......

Women And Men's Work [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

Sin,—I agree with your correspondents that there are a number of girls whose fathers could support them in idleness who voluntarily choose to work. Their existence does not......

Egoism And Egotism [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

Sta,—I notice that in my review of The Complete Hazlitt, published last week, the word " egoist " has been rendered " egotist " throughout. I do not know whether this is a slip......

What We Talk About [to The Editor Of The Spectator.]

" SIR, —Mr. Austen Albu in his article of August 17th suggested that the victims of the industrial system were being reduced to a " sub-human level of intelligence." He quoted......

Peccavimus—simply [to The Editor Of The Spectator.] Sir,...

readers will agree with " Janus," that Sir Kingsley Wood ought not to teach us to spell in- divisible indivisable ; but ought The Spectator to teach us to spell onomatopoeia......

Is Haemophilia Sensational? [to The Editor Of The...

have a very high regard indeed for the fairness and freedom from rancour which " Janus " usually displays in his weekly column or two, but I am afraid that his remarks about the......