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Two Medical Scholarships Endowed

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Harvard University received a bequest of $60,000 by the will of Mrs. William O. Moseley, widow of the late William. Oxnard Moseley '69, of New-buryport. Mrs. Moseley's will was probated on December 22, and at that time the bequest was made public. The money is to be used to endow two scholarships in the Medical School. These scholarships, which will be presented annually, will permit students of slight experience in medicine to enjoy the privileges of foreign medical teaching.

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