The course of lectures on Soldier's and Sailor's Life announced this morning, not only promises to be of interest but of special significance to undergraduates. Evidently, in arranging for the lectures, the Corporation have had the aim of assisting those who contemplate enlistment to take the step with their eyes open, and from the character of the lectures we feel able to predict that the course will prove an able exposition of service conditions both past and present. The course is well calculated to be useful, and, we are confident, will meet with due appreciation.
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