The library of Cornell University received, not long ago, by the will of a friend, an estate which, at the time, was believed to be of only moderate value. It was found, however, to be chiefly invested in Wisconsin pine lands, and turns out, at the present price of such property, to be worth something over $2,000,000. This is in addition to the $5,000,000 that Cornell has derived, or will derive, from the sale of her scrip pine lands in the same State.
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