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This is a club for the discussion of subjects in Mathematics and Physics, meeting once a month during the winter and spring. Graduate students, interested in the subjects of the club, are invited to become members of it; and may do so by sending or giving their names, in writing, to Professor H. E. Clifford, secretary and treasurer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston.
The annual assessment is one dollar, due on the presentation of a bill by the secretary and treasurer.
The first meeting of the club for this academic year will be held at the house of Professor Lanza, 22 West Cedar street, Boston, on Monday, the 18th instant, at eight o'clock p. m. Persons intending to join are invited to be present at this meeting without further notice.
J. M. PEIRCE, Pres.
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