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IN our present number we give a portion of Prof. T. Sterry Hunt's Address at the Indianopolis meeting of the American Association, and propose in following numbers to reprint some of the more important papers read at the meeting. The next meeting will be held at San Francisco, and the following officers were elected for the meeting of 1872: President, Prof. J. Lawrence Smith, of Louisville; Vice-President, Prof. Alex. Winchell, of Ann Arbor; Permanent Secretary, Prof. Joseph Lovering, of Cambridge; General Secretary, Prof. E. S. Morse, of Salem; Treasurer, William S. Vaux, of Philadelphia; Auditing Committee, Dr. H. Wheatland, of Salem, and Prof. H. L. Eustis, of Cambridge; Standing Committee, Ex Officio, Messrs. Smith, Winchell, Lovering, Morse, Vaux, Gray, Barker, Putnam. Committee from the Standing Committee to arrange for next meeting, Profs. J. L. Smith, Asa Gray, Joseph Lovering, in connection with a committee from the Association at larg', consisting of Profs. J. L. Smith, J. D. Whitney, and O. C. Marsh.

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