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Cambridge people and the educated public at large have sustained a double loss in the deaths of John Langdon Sibley and Dr. Elisha Mulford. The latter, a professor in the Cambridge Theological Seminary, is known to all who are interested in the economic literature of the United States, as the author of the "Nation." This book, which appeared in war times, is regarded by many as marking an epoch in our economic study. Others are more familiar with Dr. Mulford's "Republic of God," a religious work of much merit. Although the Theological Seminary is not a part of our own university, yet its proximity has given rise to a feeling of kindly interest, which expresses itself at this time in a realization on our part of the loss of an able professor and a noted man.

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