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CAMBRIDGE.—The Museums and Lecture-Rooms Syndicate have recommended the immediate erection of a new lecture-room for physiology, with large additions to the rooms for practical physiology and to the work-rooms adjoining the Comparative Anatomy Museum, at an estimated cost of 7500l. These are to be carried along Corn Exchange Street. A workroom for the large class of Elementary Biology is also recommended to be built as an additional story above the Museum of Mineralogy, at a cost of about 2500l. It is also recommended that 1000l. be laid out in the purchase of microscopes.

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