Miscellany, Jun. 9, 1941

Letter. The London Sunday Times published a letter which George Braikenridge of Bristol wrote to an American business firm: "The so-long-threatened invasion of this country has not yet been attempted, but we expect that in a few days it will be and there seems to be no dread here about it; the whole Nation seems confident. ..." Date of the letter: March 24, 1804.

Correction. Near Columbus, Ga., several trucks of the City of Miami, Illinois Central's crack streamliner, left the rails, sliced ties and spikes for a half-mile, crossed a 150-foot trestle, hit a curve and safely remounted the rails.

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