23 AUGUST 1945, page 12

Snt,—in Mr. Foot's Article On India And England He Says

that those syho draw their knowledge of India from missionary literature - would be the people to ask questions like "Do you allow the boys to bring their wives with them to......

Post Obiter Dictum ?

Sta,—Those of us who do not happen to remember it are much indebted to Mr. Arnold Hyde for acquainting them with Dr. Benjamin Jowett's characteristically pithy comment fourteen......

Voluntary Relief Societies Sm,—now That The War Is Over, The

problem of rebuilding at home and abroad takes first place in our thoughts and in our work. -It is, perhaps, scarcely realised how significant a contribution to the relief and......

Polish Electors

Snt,—In your last editorial "The Pattern of Europe," you write about the "full and unfettered elections on the basis of universal suffrage and secret ballot," which according to......

India And England

• SIR, 7 4 was interested in Mr. Foots article in your issue of August xoth. Mr. Foot has .recently returned to this- country after so years as head- master of an Indian Public......

Midwifery And Queen's Nurses

STR,—I feel sure readers of The Spectator will be interested and pleased to be this year again acquainted with this subject. At a recent meeting of the council of the Queen's......

Ethiopia And The Italian Colonies

SIR, —It is not surprising that Brigadier Kennedy Cooke found " little real anti-Italian feeling" in Eritrea at the time of which he is speaking. With Rommel in Egypt and the......