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As the-oft expressed wish for a new Gymnasium is about to be gratified, we would like to suggest that, among the other modern improvements which are to be introduced, there should be a director appointed, competent to tell the men who use the Gymnasium what sort of exercise and how much of it will suit their several constitutions. Every man who enters the new Gymnasium should be examined by a person with some knowledge of medicine, and not be obliged, as at present, to depend on his own experience, or, in many cases, inexperience, for a knowledge of what he is fitted for. If this were done, we should reap the whole benefit of Mr. Hemenway's generous gift.