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    OXFORD.—A meeting of the Junior Scientific Club was held on May 6. Mr. E. H. J. Schuster (New College) exhibited some excellent lantern slides of shore life.—This being the 200th meeting, Mr. G. C. Bourne (New College) read a very interesting paper on the early constitution of the Club, after which the Club adjourned. The officers for the ensuing term are—President, E. Gurney (New College). Secretaries, A. G. Gibson (Christ Church), H. E. Stapleton (St. John's). Treasurer, F. W. A. Fleischmann (Magdalen). Editor, F. W. Charlton (Merton).—Owing to medical advice, Prof. E. Ray Lankester, F.R.S., finds that he will be unable to deliver the Boyle Lecture of this year. Prof. J. G. McKendrick, F.R.S., has consented to take his place, and will lecture on “Musical sensations and the inner ear” on June 13.

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    University and Educational Intelligence. Nature 60, 44–45 (1899) doi:10.1038/060044b0

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