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THE date now finally fixed for the opening of the Scientific Loan Exhibition is the 1st of May. This delay is entirely owing to the unexpected richness and variety of the collection. Germany alone sends upwards of 2,500 objects, many of them of the greatest value. Although France has sent some very fine objects for exhibition, she will, on the whole, be rather poorly represented. The Italians are sending all the riches of their storehouse at Florence, including Galileo's telescopes.

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