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Mr. Morel and the Congo

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Mr. Morel and the Congo is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in The Spectator No. 4281 on 16 july 1910.

Mr. Morel and the Congo

The Spectator No. 4281 (p. 94)

[To The Editor of the "Spectator."]

Sir, — I should be much obliged if you would draw the attention of your readers to the movement inaugurated by Lord Cromer to present Mr. Morel with a national testimonial as a sign of appreciation for his long and entirely unselfish and unpaid work for the improvement of conditions in the Congo. Coutts and Co. of the Strand have kindly consented to receive and acknowledge all communications. — I am, Sir, &c.,

Arthur Conan Doyle

Windlesham, Crowborough, Sussex.

[Reference is made to this letter in our "News of the Week" notes. — Ed. Spectator.]