Last evening, in Harvard 1, Dr. Cooley entertained an audience of thirty with the first of his weekly readings from Greek authors upon the life of Socrates. Dr. Cooley read many relections from the Clouds of Aristophanes, in which Socrates is the object of satire. The later readings will be from the serious writings upon Socrates, chiefly the Memorabilia of Xenophon.
Dr. Cooley's Reading.
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