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Tutoring in N. H. 1. Apply at Little's Block, 26.

WANTED-Notes copied. Apply at No. 31 Thayer.

Tutoring in Eng. 2 and Classics, '85, 43 Thayer Hall.

Tutoring in N. H. 1 and 4. E. H. Nichols, 25 Hollis.

Tutoring in History 11. C. A. Pratt, 30 Hollis.

Tutoring in N. H. 2 and in Hist. 13. J. A. Hill, 48 Thayer.

Tutoring in N. H. 8, 4, 3 and 2. H. Webster, 6 Little's.

TO LET-A sunny, furnished apartment at 715 Cambridge street.

Tutoring in N. H. 1 and 2. Apply to D. Kelleher, Stoughton 12.

Tutoring in Political Economy 1 and German. T. H. Root, 22 Divinity.

Tutoring in History 1. Henry Schofield, 13 Hollis.

Mrs. Robie can accommodate another club table. Apply at 16 Oxford st.

Tutoring in English 2, and Classics. Apply to " '85, " 43 Thayer Hall.

WANTED-A guitar. Communicate with C. G. P., 35 Thayer Hall.

Tutoring in History XI and N. H. II. Apply to John M. Thompson, Hollis 13.

Experienced Tutor in Hist. I and 2. Apply to J. F. Mahoney, '85, Stoughton 12.

Greek 10. A tutor can be found by applying in the evening to J. W. Dalzell, 18 Appian Way.

Tutoring in Political Economy I. Apply to R. E. O'Callaghan, College House, 44.

Tutoring in Pol. Econ. I, and Freshman German. G. W. BROWN, 17 College House.

A club of ten or twelve can be accommodated with board at the corner of Boylston and Mt. Auburn streets.

FOUND-Bunch of keys, apply to A. M. Morse, 28 Dunster street, Cambridge, after 6.30 P. M.

German lessons given for 45 cents per hour by Plato, German professor, 8541-2 Main street, Cambridge.

A student who has lived in Germany 9 years, and has had considerable experience in teaching German, desires to tutor in German. Address G. L., 44 Mt. Auburn street.

J. F. Noera has opened to the inspection of the public, a new tailoring department. His new method for cleansing clothes by the steam-naptha process is ne plus ultra. 438 Harvard st.

WANTED-To employ, one or two afternoons a week, by a Professor in the University, the services of a student expert in shorthand writing. Address enclosing specimens of longhand, STENOGRAPHER, Cambridge, Mass.

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