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    CAMBRIDGE.—At the biennial election to the Council of the Senate held on November 7, the following were nominated (the * indicates retiring members):—Heads (2 seats)—*Dr. Atkinson, Clare, *Dr. Ferrers, Caius, Dr. Hill, Downing; Professors (2 seats)—*Dr. Cayley, Trinity, Dr. Sidgwick, Trinity, Prof. Ryle, King's; Members of the Senate (4 seats)—*Dr. D. Mac-Alister, St. John's, Dr. Forsyth, Trinity, *Mr. Whitting, King's, Mr. R. T. Wright, Christ's, Mr. E. H. Morgan, Jesus, Mr. C. W. Moule, Corpus, Mr. C. H. Prior, Pembroke. The voting was as follows:—Dr. Ferrers, 184, Dr. Atkinson, 137; Dr. Cayley, 191, Dr. Sidgwick, 127; Dr. D. MacAlister, 158, Mr. Whitting, 156, Dr. Forsyth, 153, Mr. Wright, 117. These were elected. Dr. Hill received 109 votes, Prof. Ryle, 103, Mr. Prior, 111, Dr. Lea, 82, Mr. Morgan, 81, Mr. Moule, 71. The newly-elected members hold office for four years. The result is interpreted as a gain for those who favour the modern development of the University.

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