There was an unusual small attendance at vespers last evening. The galleries were well-filled, but the pews in the body of the chapel were for the most part empty. After the opening voluntary by Mr. Locke, Dr. Hale made the introductory prayer and read the xci. Psalm. The Rev. Mr. Gordon then delivered a short sermon, taking as his text, "Seek and Ye Shall Find." A portion of the speaker's remarks were substantially as follows: "Many men come near certain moral truths in the course of their lives, but because they are not in search of these truths they slip by unheeded. It is of inestimable importance we learn early in life to develop our faculties for seeking only what is good. But it is necessary to devote our youth and old age to this search if we wish to find truth in its symmetry, beauty and grandeur. The Lord will not mock our aspirations or our wants if asked in faith and reverence." The anthems, which were much better than customary, were "Hearken unto Me, My People," by Sullivan, and J. C. Knox's "Blessed Be the Man."