25 SEPTEMBER 1909, page 16

The Decay Of The Chujtch Of England.

[To TH2 EDITOR OF THH " SPECTATOR:9 SIR, — A letter in the Spectator of September 11th draws attention to the fact that it is not only the Roman Church which exhibits signs of......

In Ve St Ments Abroad.

rTo TER EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR:9 Sin,—Mr. Asquith asked in a late speech, Where would people invest capital to greater advantage than in England? As a matter of fact, they......

Motor Roads V. Railroads.

[To TEE EDITOR OP TIER " SFECTATOR. " 1 Sin,—May I ask if your readers are to interpret your article in last week's issue that you really believe Mr. Lloyd George intends to......

Human Happiness And The Budget. [to Tes Editor Op The

" SPECTITOR."1 Sin,—May I venture to enclose a little cutting from the Alliance News ? The Rev. R. J. Campbell's influence is con- siderable. It would be well if he could be got......

Slave-grown Cocoa And ,american Opinion.

[To THE EDITOR OF TSB ..srserevos."3 Six,—Please find enclosed my letter to the New York Times of August 2nd, which was prompted by your appeal to the American people to make a......