THE Natural History Society has arranged a course of three lectures, the tickets for which can be procured at Sever's. The Society has an advantage in being first in the field, before satiety has begun to pall upon the most industrious lecture-goers, and we trust that their enterprise may be rewarded by large and appreciative audiences. It is understood that the Philological Society has also a brilliant course of public meetings in view, if the lecturers whom they desire can be secured. We certainly wish success to all our "learned societies" in this matter.
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