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The New Laboratories of the Institute of Chemistry

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AT length the members of the Institute of Chemistry may feel entitled to cry with Proteus, “Time is the nurse and breeder of all good,” for now the object, kept steadily in view through evil report and good, though there was mighty little of the latter, has been achieved, and the Institute of Chemistry finds itself in the possession of a house with offices, council chamber, examination rooms, laboratories for examination, and everything handsome about it.

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