4 MAY 1923, page 13

The Demand For Small 'louses.

[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] Sta,—May I say a word as regards housing on behalf of newly- married couples and older couples whose children are all out in the world ? It is......

[to The Editor Of The Spectator.] Sir,—is Mr. Chamberlain To

come to grief over his Housing Bill because every family is not exactly like each other family ? Are all to have several children who require a quiet room to study in, a granny......

Prayer Book Revision.

[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] Sta,—I should not presume to argue w(th the Liberal Churchman whose letter you print in'your issue of April 21st. So far as I understand the......

The Double Income Tax On Free State Investments.

[To the Editor of the SeEcrATort.1 Sm,—President Cosgrove, speaking in the Dail, stated that, on the supposition that Income Tax in England would be 4s. in the pound and in......

A Plea For The Large Family.

[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] Sin,—So many letters and articles have been written on the subject of Birth Control that any further correspondence seems superfluous. But......