Si.-Therc are only three mis
statements in your short report of the
I. I was not asked whether the Council for Educational Advance will be part of a widespread opposition that would wreck the Bill if it proposed to provide new denominational schools.
The question was " whether the Council for Educational Advance would be opposed to providing new denominational schools under the Bill,"
2. There was no point of order during the whole meeting and I did not need to profuse evasive and indirect. 3. No one, least of all myself, raised any question about " wrecking the Bill.
My experience of these meetings is that members of your faith are doing no good service to the Roman Catholic Church by misrepresentation, rudeness and iritoIerance-though I ought to say in regard to this particular meeting that I had no complaint-and that the discussions began and ended without illfeeling.
General Secretary. W.E.A.
[We are necessarily dependent on reports sent in, usually by the secretaries of the Assockations. It would be impossible far the paper to check the numberless ineduings,-Evrrog. C..H.1