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THE Geographical Section was perhaps more largely attended at Liverpool than at any previous meeting of the Association, a result due in some measure to the convenient situation and beautiful construction of the large hall set apart for its meetings, and also due in part to the numerous lantern exhibitions of photographs of little-known regions. The number of papers and reports read was thirty-four, considerably more than usual, and meetings were held on five days. It was impossible, owing to the private arrangements of the gentlemen who read papers, to arrange for a proper classification of the work of the various days, and, therefore, in the following notes the strict order of the papers is not followed.

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