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Harvard University Bulletin.

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The October number of the Harvard University Bulletin, edited by Justin Winsor, contains an excellent article entitled "Notes on the MS volume of Shelley's poems in the Library of Harvard College," by George Edward Woodberry. This volume was given to the library by Mr. E. A. Silsbee, who had received it from an intimate friend of Shelley's, and was plainly a copybook and not intended for use in original composition. The object of Mr. Woodberry's notes is to place before students the variations between the MS text and Formau's edition, London, 1876. Appended to the article is a facsimile of the draft of "The Skylark." This number contains also the official records of the corporation from the meeting of April 29. 1889, to that of October 7, 1889, and the records of the overseers from the special meeting of June 6, 1889, to the regular meeting of October 9, 1889. The usual "University Notes" and "Accessions to the University Library" complete the number.

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