letter of Simon Elwes Tat gave such prominxtremely distasteful and Lions were dangerous. letter been published in atone with others oi Ire it would have been sing inasmuch as one ss it as the product of nind which enjoys writDr" letters of this type. it was, one is led to the that this sort of dung is the paper.
I regret doing so, tor having been a staunch of the HERALD, I felt cancel the weekly order iper which is sold at the r. I informed the people eg that they would not, ,me, be able to buy the Sunday mornings on ,ses.
aern the reasons why 1 to take this step.
J. D. Collins (Rev.).
rk Road, leirkdale.
• er wa.s placed on the , not because it reprepolicy of the paper511s1:ed as letters, never do so-but because tlw a well-known figure, both blic world and in the arid and &cause of the to the Queen. ED1fOR,