11 SEPTEMBER 1920, Page 22

The Landmark, the monthly magazine issued by the English Speaking

Union at Trafalgar Buildings, Charing Cross (2s. net), has made its September issue a very attractive " Pilgrims' Tercentenary Number." Lord Charnwood pays tribute to the founders of New 'England while recalling the fact that the

founders of Virginia had preceded them across the Atlantic• Sir H. Perry Robinson relates how, when Dr. Temple was Archbishop of Canterbury, Bradford's diary of the ' May- flower' in the Bishop of London's library at Fulham was solemnly restored to Massachusetts, with the hearty approval of Queen Victoria. Other well-known British and American writers contribute to the number, which is profusely illus- trated, and contains the full programme of the ' Mayflower' tercentenary celebrations at Plymouth.