Boylston Hall was well-filled last evening with students to see some views of "Cambridge and its surroundings." The views were well exhibited by Mr. Huntington, and afforded much enjoyment to all. The interiors of the chapels and dining halls connected with many of the colleges seemed to afford much amusement to the students, who should remember that their brethren on the other side of the water are not brought up in the lap of luxury, and cannot boast of so unique a structure interiorally and exteriorly as Memorial Hall. The walks and bridges over the Cam were beautiful photographs, and called forth the applause they richly deserved. The facetious humor of Mr. Huntington increased largely the amusement of those present, and was a great addition to the necessarily monotonous description of the eighteen colleges of Cambridge.
MR. HUNTINGTON'S LECTURE.
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