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Overseers. Meeting at No. 70 Water street, Boston, 11 A. M.

Assyrian Antiquities. Special subject : The Cherubim. Prof. Lyon. Divinity Hall Upper Lecture Room, 12 M.

Certain Authors Considered as Masters of Style. Special subject : R. W. Emerson. Prof. A. S. Hill. Sever 11, 2 P. M.

American Archaeology. "An account of the ancient cemetery near Madisonville, Ohio." Mr. F. W. Putnam. Peabody Museum, 3 P. M. Admission by ticket.

German 1 - An hour examination will be held on Saturday morning next (Nov. 25, 1882), at nine o'clock, in Sever 37.

FREDERICK LUTZ.JUNIOR FORENSICS.The first forensic will be returned with criticisms November 24, from 10 A. M. to 12 at Sever 1.

The second forensic will be due Nov. 24 from 10 A. M. to 12 at Sever 3. Subjects : 1. Ought the studies of the Freshman year to be elective? 2. Was it good policy on the part of James I. to resist the demands of the Puritans? 3. In the study of literature, is it the better method to read a great amount, or to read a few authors with thoroughness? 4. Should the right of suffrage be limited by any qualifications or conditions?

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