A series of lectures, addressed to the students of theology but open to the public, will be given in the chapel of Divinity Hall, on Thursday evenings, beginning February 21. They are similar to the series given last year, though the speakers are not the same. The object is to bring before the divinity students gentlemen connected with the university, who are not teachers in that department. The speakers are: The Rev. Phillips Brooks and the Rev. J. Fev. J. F. Clarke of the board of overseers, Professor William James of the philosophical department, Professor N. S. Shaler of the scientitic department, Professor W. W. Goodwin of the Greek department, and Dr. H. P. Bowditch, dean of the Medical School.
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