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LONDON Mathematical Society, June 12.—Prof. Henrici, F.R.S., president, in the chair.—Mr. G. S. Ely, Fellow of the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, was elected a member.—The chairman announced that the Council had awarded the first De Morgan gold medal to Prof. Cayley, F.R.S.—A note on the induction of electric currents in a cylinder placed across the lines of magnetic force, by Prof. H. Lamb, was read in abstract.—Mr. J. Hammond gave some results of a paper which is shortly to appear in the American Journal of Mathematics.

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