The International Congress and Exhibition of Geography

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    THE Geographical Exhibition continues to have increasing success, although the price of admission has been raised, except for schools, for which the original price, a penny a head, has been kept, and the galleries are crowded with children under the guidance of their teachers. It is said that all the soldiers of the garrison of Paris will be marched through the galleries under the guidance of their officers, when the Congress is over. The Exhibition will be prolonged to the end of the month.

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    The International Congress and Exhibition of Geography . Nature 12, 293–294 (1875). https://doi.org/10.1038/012293b0

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