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EDITORS HARVARD HERALD: There seems to be considerable misunderstanding among the students in regard to the new horse-railroad. The last Crimson contains an editorial in which the statement is made that the Charles River Co. wishes to build a new bridge over the Charles, which will cut across our race-course. This is a mistake. The company originally intended to build a new bridge, but this idea has been given up, and they now wish to run their cars into Boston on the tracks of the Union Railway, and over the bridge now used. So of course there can be no objection to a new road, as far as we are concerned.

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