The American Association for the Advancement of Science


    THE twenty-third meeting of this Association, which commenced at Hartford, under the presidency of Dr. J. L. Le Conte, on Aug. 12, seems to have been a successful one. Apart from the regular growth in prosperity which is exhibited every year, there was the unusual accession of the chemists, who have resolved to make their science strongly represented, and there was the excitement and interest which attended an important change in the constitution of the Association. The nature of the change we have already indicated (vol. x. p. 382). There was an unusually large attendance of the most eminent American representatives of science. The Association meets at Detroit next year on the second Wednesday of August.

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    The American Association for the Advancement of Science . Nature 10, 441–444 (1874) doi:10.1038/010441a0

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