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It seems a pity that the Monthly, while maintaining its standard as a publication of high literary ability, should so often disappoint its subscribers by not being ready for distribution at the expected time. When the Monthly was first started, the editors were prompt in fulfilling their obligations, but the policy of the present board seems to be one of continual procrastination. There is plenty of time for the editors to get their manuscripts ready for the press, and they are not subject to the same petty inconveniences as those who take charge of the college bi-weeklies. Even a delay of a few days could be overlooked, but when it comes to dilly-dallying for weeks at a time the tardiness admits of no excuse. The last issue of the Monthly was very late in appearing and the April number should have been ready two weeks ago. When a magazine gives its subscribers to understand that it will appear at stated intervals during the year, the editors should conslt something more important than their own convenience in having the publication ready on time.

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