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    IN addition to Lord Aberdare, the Royal Society has to mourn the loss of two more of its Fellows. Sir Henry Rawlin-son, the distinguished Orientalist, died on Tuesday, in his eighty-fifth year. He was elected into the Society so long ago as 1850. Sir William Savory, who died on Monday, at the age of sixty-nine, was admitted eight years later.

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