University and Educational Intelligence

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    OXFORD.—The 199th meeting of the Junior Scientific Club took place on Friday evening, March 10, at the Museum. In private business the officers for next term were elected, and there was a long debate on a motion of Mr. A. E. Boycott (Oriel) to confine the ordinary membership of the Club to members of the two Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and to persons engaged in scientific work in Oxford in connection with the University. Ultimately the amendment of Mr. A. F. Walden (New College) to delete the words “in connection with the University” was carried by a large majority, and the amended motion passed. In public business, Mr. F. W. Charlton (Merton) read a paper on “Gold mining,” and Mr. A. F. Walden a paper “On the condition of dissolved substances in solutions other than aqueous.”

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    University and Educational Intelligence. Nature 59, 475–476 (1899) doi:10.1038/059475a0

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