2 DECEMBER 1882, page 13

The Dates Of Byron's Works.

[TO THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."] Sin,—Mrs. Oliphant, at the end of the article on Lord Byron, Vol. III. of her most admirable " Literary History," appends a list of Byron's......

Mastarna Or Servilts T17llius.

[To TER EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."' SIR, —The darkness which envelopes the earliest history of Rome is first broken by the figure of Servius Tullius, the sixth King, according......

Orange Feeling In Liverpool.

[TO THE EDITOR OF THE "SPECTATOR. "] SIR, — Some little experience I have had as a missionary among the poorer class of electors in Liverpool quite confirms your view of the......

" Cuire Dans Son Jus."

[TO THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR."] Sin,—Pray allow me to supply "Ii. J. V." with a missing link between Chaucer and Prince Bismarck. When Louis Philippe surrounded Paris with......