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We congratulate the editors of the Harvard Monthly on the excellence of the first number which has appeared. The high standard of literary work which the '86 board maintained will not be lowered this year, if the first number may be regarded as a sample of those which are to follow. With the graduation of the '86 board, the founders of the magazine, a severe loss was sustained, which it seemed it would be impossible to make good. Indeed, it was feared that the life of the Monthly would be confined to the stay of its founders in college. But it is evident that the Monthly has won a prominent position in Harvard journalism. It is recognized as the representative of the deeper, more earnest undergraduate thought, and occupies a field which no other Harvard paper attempts. In addition to the work of undergraduates, articles of interest are to be contributed this year, as last year, by well known writers. This feature of the Monthly gives it a value which no other college paper in the country possesses, and is of itself sufficient recommendation to a student as well as to outside readers. We wish the Monthly the greatest success for the ensuing year.

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