54History XII. The work of the hal??? year will be reviewed, Saturday, Jan. 29 at 6 Little's Block, 7.10 p.m. Notice of intention to attend is requested. Wm. W. Nolen, '84,
51Seminars Pol. Econ. I. Friday, Jan. 28th, 6.30 p.m. first two books of Mill. Saturday, Jan. 29 6.30 p.m. third book of Mill and chapters on banking. Monday, Jan. 31st, 6.30 p.m., a shorter review of the whole course. Gentlemen intending to attend will please notify me. Also tutoring in Pol. Econ. 1. J. W. Mack, 717 Cambridge St.
52Freshman Eng. A. An abstract of Hill's Rhetoric. Part I, may be found at Wheeler's Saturday morning.
54Do not fail to attend the "Grand Electric entertainment and lecture in Union Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday evening, 7,45 o'clock. The wonders of electricity practically explained. Enos' system of elevated R. R. in full operation, Orcutt R. R. signal exhibited. Beautiful dissolving views. Tickets, 50, 35, and 25 cents.
48Tutoring in History II and XIII. Clarence A. Brodeur, 87, 14 Hollis Hall.
35Tutoring in French A, French 1, Italian 1 and German A. Apply to G. Bradford, Jr., 8 Prescott Street.
18Tutoring in History 1 and 12, Political Economy 4 and Fine Arts 3. Wm. W. Nolen, '84, 6 Little's.
16E. L. Conant, 8 Reade's. Tutor in German A, English A, Political Economy I, History I, II, XI, XII.
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