Conference Francaise.

The third meeting of the Conference was held last night in Sever 15. The speaker of the evening was Mr. Garrison, who addressed the society upon the life and poetry of Alfred de Musset. He spoke of the great natural charm and vivacity of de Musset. The delicacy of his style; of his wasted life and the griefs which caused the sad tone so prominent in his later poems.

A general conversation followed, concerning the prose writings of Musset and his relations with George Sand, in which a large number of gentlemen took part.

A general conversation, in which a large number of gentlemen took part, followed the reading, in regard to the prose writings of Musset and the relations of the poet with George Sand. The next meeting will be held-on January 26 in Sever 15; it is not yet announced who will be the next speaker.