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CAMBRIDGE.—Prof. Stuart finds the progress of his School of Mechanism and Engineering again compels enlargement. Some pupils are now making small engines, and require more space for erecting them. A room for mechanical drawing is needed, and also an enlarged stove. The Museums and Lecture-rooms Syndicate think it best in the present condition of University funds to erect a new temporary building 46 feet long by 21 feet wide; adjacent to the present workshop, and this, with other rooms which can be added, will supply present necessities for about 360l.

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