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THE Duke of Devonshire, Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, has consented to preside at the meeting of the friends of the late Prof. Sedgwick, which is to be held in the Senate House at Cambridge, on Tuesday, March 25, at two o'clock, to consider what steps shall be taken to raise a memorial to the late professor. Many men of eminence are expected to attend. It is rumoured that the memorial is likely to take the appropriate form of a new geological museum at Cambridge.

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Notes . Nature 7, 391–392 (1873). https://doi.org/10.1038/007391a0

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