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CAMBRIDGE.—The recent report of the Council of the Senate relative to the proposed Frosessorship of Animal Morphology, is creditable both to the University and to the Council. We think it desirable to quote some of its paragraphs entire. “The successful and rapid development of biological teaching in Cambridge, so honourable to the reputation of the University, has been formally brought to the notice of the Council. It appears that the classes are now so large that the accommodation provided but a few years ago has already become insufficient, and that plans for extending it are now occupying the attention of the Museums and Lecture-Rooms Syndicate.

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