The Needs of the University of Cambridge

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    TEN years ago the Duke of Devonshire, as Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, directed attention to the resources and the needs of the University, and at the beginning of 1899 the Cambridge University Association was formed. The progress towards the re-endowment of the University, which it is the object of the association to promote, is described by the Chancellor in a letter of which a copy has been sent to us, and is here summarised.

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    The Needs of the University of Cambridge . Nature 75, 404 (1907) doi:10.1038/075404a0

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