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ON another page we make brief allusion to the irreparable loss which science has sustained in the death of Mr. Charles Darwin on the 19th instant, in his seventy-fourth year. We hope in an early number to refer in some detail to the vast and varied work which he has accomplished during the last half century. Yesterday, as was fitting, “he was laid among his peers in Westminster Abbey.”

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