The Harvard Annex has no money to meet new demands on it, or open new fields of usefulness like that known as the higher education of women; and there is among those who are most interested in it in Boston probably as strong a dislike to what is called co-education, or education of both sexes in the same rooms, as exists here, perhaps even as strong as that which burns so fiercely in the breast of Dr. Dix. We should not be surprised even to learn that this dislike had as high an origin. We believe there are among the Boston friends of the movement many who enjoy that greatest of earthly luxuries, the luxury of knowing that one's own views on any subject are simply an embodiment of the Divine will. - [N. Y. Post.