Page 3, 10th June 1955

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Emancipation

Altman reviews a history of THE CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION CRISIS IN IRELAND, 1823-29, by James A. Reynolds (Yale. University Press: Lendon, Geoffrey Cumberlege, 30s.). TT is not......

Art Without Quiet And Sin In Novels

TALKING TOGETHER MAINLY for WOMEN I CONSTANCE HOLTf-i 1 - ,00KING at pictures in a 4-4 noise seems difficult to me. On the whole in our galleries a general quiet prevails. I am......

Neglected Prime Minister

By John Biggs-Davison, M.P. LORD LIVERPOOL AND HIS TIMES, by Sir Charles Petrie, Bt. (James Barrie, 25s.) IT is not difficult for a front rank statesman to be overshadowed by......

The Councillors. Ramon Vail And Antonio De Vilatora, A...

from the right panel of the Virgin of the Councillors, by Luis Dalmau in the Museum of Catalan art, Barcelona (1445). TT seems curious to us, who have divorced our political and......

The Mystery Of A Conversion

They tarried 'but they did not look back By Fr. THOMAS CORBISHLEY, S.J. ROADS TO ROME (Die Road to Damascus: Vol. IV), edited by John 011rien (Allen, 12s. 6d.). A CCOUNTS of......

Historical Mysteries

HISTORICAL WHODUNITS, by Hugh Ross Williamson (Phenix House, 18s.), R. HUGH ROSS WILLIAMSON has earned a keen followin g on the air for his solutions to historical mysteries,......

Rubbra's Sixth

PTHE last in the series of B.B.C. concerts at the Royal Festival Hall included Edmund Rubbra's Sixth Symphony, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent, who g ave it its first......

I Child 'i En's Co Ne D Ear Children: I Wonder

if, as I did when I was at school, you ever had ter learn a poem called " The Lord of Burleigh,' by Lord Tennyson? We were very excited last week-end when we went to see Burle......

Gardening

TT should be possible now to brin g out of doors the youn g tomato plants that have been g rown under g lass. If they are tp remain in their pots. stand them Oa a sheltered spot......