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The Massachusetts Society for Promoting Good Citizenship has arranged a course of public evening lectures on subjects relating to municipal government and reform. They will be given at the Old South Meeting House, on Monday evenings at 8 o'clock, beginning Jan. 7. The programme is as follows: Jan. 7, "The Possible Boston," the Rev. Edward Everett Hale; Jan. 14, "The Rise of American Cities," Professor Albert B. Hart; Jan. 21, "Birmingham: A Study of City Government in England," the Rev. John Cuckson; Jan. 28, "Berlin: A Study of City Government in Germany," Sylvester Baxter; Feb. 4, "The New Ballot System," Richard H. Dana; Feb. 11, "The True School Board," William A. Mowry, Ph. D.; Feb. 18, "The Government of Boston," Henry H. Sprague; Feb. 25, "Josiah Quincy, the Great Mayor," the Hon. Mellen Chamberlain.

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