England J Vanjtr. fiean Freuiauile cunt rlhutes to the Times an Interesting and Important letter to show Hint ihe causes of depopulation, de-population, which lire exciting such dismay." are not peculiar to France, but thai "all Knrope, except Hllxala. I ; going In the same direction, and F.ng-I11111I F.ng-I11111I Is liaelliig Ihe way." Ho says If the piKinl decline lu Iho hlrth-rulo continues In Ihe next 2S year It will have come down from W to 'ii per t 1,000; and In less than Hi years from tills time It will have been reduced to 17. the lowest figure which we csn Imagine Im-agine Ihe death rate to reach. There will then be no Increase of the nation. but, us now In France, the prospect of actual diminution. He declare there la no reason to doubt that the limitation of families will go on be- youd a.iy assignable llmlis unlive the conscience of ihe nuilon awakes to Its tremouilous d inget. The wish for esse and material .n)ouietit are Indicated aa the general cause of t!u evil.