The British Association at Sheffield

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    THE Forty-ninth Annual Meeting of the British Association must be reckoned one of decided success The large number and variety of papers read in th sections, the excellence of presidential and sectional addresses and of evening discourses, the satisfaction afforded by local and general arrangements, and no least by the favourable meteorological conditions prevailing during the week, have all contributed to make the Sheffield gathering one to be remembered with pleasure.

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    The British Association at Sheffield . Nature 20, 405–418 (1879) doi:10.1038/020405a0

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