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The Liverpool Meeting of the British Association

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VI.—THE EXCURSION TO THE ISLE OF MAN. A SCIENTIFIC account of the Isle of Man was given as an appendix to the Liverpool “Handbook.” This five days’ excursion to the island may almost be regarded as a supplementary meeting of the Association. About a hundred members, representative of the more or less Biological Sections C, D, H, and K, left Liverpool on Thursday morning by the Prince of Wales, one of the best boats of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, and made a rapid passage to Douglas.

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