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Early Action Acceptance Rate Rises to 21 Percent for Class of 2018
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January 17, 1884
It is stated in Every other Saturday, apparently by authority, that Professor Parsons was paid over $100,000 royalty on his treatise on "Contracts," and the copyright is now owned by his family. The eighth edition has just been published.
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