Electricity and Magnetism. Professor Lovering. Harvard 3, 11 A. M.
10. THURSDAY.Argumentative Composition. Special subject: "The Syllogism, and the Common Fallacies." Mr. Briggs. Sever 11, 11 A. M.
Divinity Hall Lectures.The Advancement of Medicine by Research. Dr. H. P. Bowditch. Divinity Hall Chapel, 7.30 P. M.
Harvard Finance Club. The Iron Industry. Professor T. Sterry Hunt. Sever 11, 7.30. P. M.
11. FRIDAY.Harvard Historical Society. Franklin and Nashville, October 31 to December 31, 1864. Col. Henry Stone. Sanders Theatre, 7.30 P. M.
JUNIOR FORENSICS.The fourth junior forensic will be due on April 17. Subjects: 1. A criticism of the recent decision of the Supreme Court in the legal-tender case.
2. England's Egyptian policy. 3. A criticism of Summer's "What Social Classes owe to each other." 4. What are the conditions under which a Republican form of government may be expected to be permanent? 5. Have we any knowledge independent of experience? (Any of the subjects for the fourth senior forensic may also be taken by juniors.)
SOPHOMORE THEMES.Theme V. will be due on Monday, April 14th. Subject: "A Narrative or a Description."