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A REPRESENTATIVE meeting of friends and admirers of the late Mr. Huxley was held on Thursday afternoon, at the rooms of the Royal Society, under the chairmanship of Lord Kelvin, P.R.S., to consider what steps should be taken to initiate a national memorial. It was determined to call a general public meeting after the autumn recess, and, in the meantime, to form a general committee. Sir John Lubbock (15 Lombard-street) has consented to act as treasurer, and Prof. G. B. Howes (Royal College of Science, South Kensington) as secretary to the provisional committee.

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