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    CAMBRIDGE.—The Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology has received from the Earl of Denbigh the Pennant Collection consisting of a very important series of ethnological objects collected by Captain Cook himself in the Pacific, a series of archaeological specimens which is of great interest and value.

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