The second two lectures in the course on Soldier's and Sailor's Life, on "Life in the Naval Reserves," and "Aid to the Sick and Wounded," announced for this evening, are of exceptional significance at the present date. There was a comparatively small attendance at the first two lectures on Tuesday evening, but this we believe was due to the short notice of their occurrence, and we are confident that the effort of the Corporation to thus cater to the immediate interests of the undergraduates by providing for a course of such public interest, will be justified by large audiences tonight and next week.
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