In regard to this we have two remarks to make: first, that in the most important particular the statement was absolutely wrong; and, second, that the whole matter was one which did not concern the general public in the least, and which, it is obvious to all, could not be published in a newspaper without offence to the two societies concerned. In the same paragraph was given the reputed criticism of members of the Faculty upon an article published in the last Advocate; from our knowledge of the person who furnished this batch of misrepresentations to the Advertiser, we are strongly inclined to doubt the truth of this statement too. For the man, as we happen to know, who has lately taken upon himself the charge of reporting private matters of the college in a daily paper is also the one who attempted to palm off upon the Magenta, as his own production, a poem which appeared first in Punch and afterwards in certain papers in this country. Reference to this Freshman, who is so apt at "dashing off other people's productions," will be found in the second number of the Magenta. We are perhaps too merciful in withholding his name.