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HISTORY 13.- Seminar, in two parts Friday, June 5th, 2.30-5 and 8-10.30 p. m., at 4 Stoughton. Given by two men in this year's course. Special attention paid to a review of Von Holst's Constitutional Discussions and to all territorial questions relating to slavery. A comparison of the leading authors of this period a prominent feature. 400 pp. lecture notes reviewed.
Terms, $1.50 for each part; $2.00 for both.
J. M. PERKINS. RALPH WOODWORTH. 4 Stoughton Hall.f m th f
TUTORING in Physics B, Botany 1, Zoology 2, and Geology 2, 4, and 4a.
G. D. BUSSEY '91, 16 Stoughton.87-4t.
BOTANY I.- Tutoring for the "Finals" upon Lectures and Laboratory Work.
N. B. POTTER, A. B., '90, 21 Trowbridge Street, Between Harvard and Main.mwfs
HISTORY 12 REVIEWS.- Monday, June 1st, in Manter 2, At 2 p. m. English History until 1837; at 7.15 p. m. English History from 1837 and Continental History. Fee for each $4. It is not expected that accounts will be opened for reviews.
W. W. NOLEN.TUTORING in Italian 1; French A, 1a and 1b; Chemistry B.
CHAS. L. MIX, '90, 24 Grays, middle entry.91-3t.
TO LET.- For Class Day, the house and grounds 13 Bow St. Suitable for a spread. 91-tf.
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