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    OXFORD.—The report of the committee of the school of geography for 1905 shows that the school now holds a strong position in the University, and is doing valuable work in encouraging the study of geography and surveying, and in providing special courses of geographical lectures suited to the requirements of the different final honour schools. Both the lectures and practical instruction were well attended throughout the year, although there were only a few candidates for the diploma. This year, in addition to the ordinary work during term, a special course lasting three weeks, specially suited to those who are engaged in teaching, is being arranged for August. The instruction will be both practical and theoretical, and there ought to be no lack of support for so useful an innovation.

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