which will be enrolment of recruits. Many of our members will be in a position to influence public opinion directly and daily. The fact that there will be a body of united opinion seems to us all that is needed: it is only required to marshal the forces.
Should the Society find sufficient support, it would be proposed that a small journal or occasional fly-leaves should be printed, in which questions of literary usage could be discussed in detail. The printing and distribution of useful papers by members able to help in this way could be easily arranged for by a small committee, which would be formed for dealing with this and other activities of the Society.
7. ORIGINAL COMMITTEE.
SIR WALTER RALEIGH
L. PEARSALL SMITH
8. REPRINT OF LIST OF MEMBERS, 1914.
Rev. E.A. ABBOTT, D.D., &c.
J.G. ANDERSON, Editor, Modern Language Teaching
S.O. ANDREW, Head Master, Whitgift Grammar School, Croydon