26 JUNE 1936, Page 21


[To the Editor of THE SPECTATOR.] 5111,—The Professor of History in Edinburgh University has returned to the charge ; but rather more muddled than usual. South African franchise has nothing whatever to do with British Liberalism or Scottish Nationalism ; it is purely a SOuth African question, and can well be left to those who dwell on the spot to deal with ; for th y are best qualified to know the circumstances, and they will take over the Native Territories and govern the country witho•it help or gratuitous advice from us.—I am, Sir, yours faithfully, Brodick Castle, Isle of Arran, N.B. MONTROSE.