Foreign News: More Good Than Harm?

Four august dignitaries of the Church of England searched their hearts and consciences last week, and announced their opinions of fox hunting.

This they did because Spanish editors (see below) were flaying roundly the barbarities of the English chase, and hinting at hypocrisy in the refusal of Edward of Wales to accompany the King of Spain to a bull fight. Characteristically, the London press was indignant, sought the opinion of the Cloth, elicited divergent and sturdy comment from the following reverend gentlemen:

The Venerable Robert Henry Charles, 71, Archdeacon of Westminster, erudite translator of...

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