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A new weekly paper is to be started in New York, the first of the year, which will be called Life, and is to be run and contributed to by the bright set of young Harvard men who have distinguished themselves of late in the lightest literature, among them E. S. Martin, who wrote "Sly Ballades in Harvard China;" Robert Grant, author of the "Frivolous Girl;" Attwood, who wrote "Manners and Customs of ye Harvard Student," and Wheelwright, author of "Rollo's Journey to Cambridge." Mr. Mitchell, who wrote the "Summer School of Philosophy at Mount Desert," is to be one of the leading editors.

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