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Ramabhai, the Sanscrit poetess, is at present the guest of the philologist, Max Muller, at Oxford, England. She is perhaps the first learned Brahmin who has ever crossed the ocean. She is a descendant of the ancient Brahmin family, Sandilya. Her correct pronunciation of the Sanscrit, and the astonishing ease, with which she composes and recites Sanscrit verses in the most difficult metre, is a marvel.

Of the twenty women who have taken the B. A. degree at London University this year, nineteen have been placed in the first division, and of these nineteen as many as eight are from Bedford College, London, while the remaining eleven came from University College, London, Cheltenham College, Bowdon and Edinburgh; and some are prepared by private tuition.

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