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EDITORS HARVARD HERALD : In a recent trip in Europe. I was delighted to find many young men studying electrical or telegraph engineering. This profession being the latest one, has not yet become over-crowded. Great fortunes have been made in Europe and this country in this new profession. Many think we have too many clergymen, lawyers and doctors, and ninety-five per cent, of the business men fail. There are two places in England and one place in America where this new profession is taught. If any of your younger readers are interested I should be pleased to give them any information in my power.
HENRY GREEN,121 E. 26th street.NEW YORK, Feb. 29.
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