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A correspondent of the Advertiser has come to the front on the subject of the inadequacy of the accommodations afforded to the audiences present at the lectures of the Harvard Historical Society. We do not know whether this appeal will have any more effect upon the college authorities than one from the undergraduates, or not. It certainly seems a very penurious policy on their part to deny the free use of Sanders Theatre, when by so doing they would so obviously promote the comfort and convenience of both undergraduates and the general public. We have no doubt that in default of such liberality a public subscription in the college could easily be raised, sufficient to pay the expenses of Sanders Theatre.

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