We deeply regret to record the death of Mr C. P. Sanger on 8 February at the age of fifty-eight.1 Mr Sanger, who was formerly a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and practised as a barrister-at-law, had drifted somewhat away from economic studies in recent years. But he was at one time a leading authority on mathematical and statistical economics. He had lectured on these subjects in the University of London, and had often examined in the Economics Tripos at Cambridge. He had been a frequent contributor to the Economic Journal—I have been astonished on looking up the records to find that he had contributed to our pages no less than fifty times—and had served on the Council of our Society. He will be particularly regretted by members of the Royal Statistical Society, in whose proceedings and activities he had taken an active part.