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At a meeting of the Science Association of Johns Hopkins University, Professor Sylvester bade farewell to the association, saying that he should leave for Europe before its next meeting. He hoped that steps would be taken to make the valuable and interesting meetings of the association accessible to the general public, and to print reports of them in some scientific journal. He thought it desirable also that verbal and impromptu reports be more often made, in addition to the papers read, and "the well known American bashfulness" thus overcome.

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