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Hypnotism was the same as mesmerism, and mentioned
recent French experiments in hospitals, in attempting to
cure insanity and relieve mild delusions, Avhich had been
successful to a certain degree. He described the ditfer-
ent states of consciousness which could be induced in the
same persons at different times by the treatment — the
individuals maintaining :i concurrence of recollections and
sentiments in each of the several states, quite independent
of the other states,

Monday Evening, Feb. 4, 1895. — Regular meeting in
the Library room. Mr. Frank Cousins gave an interest-
ing and instructive talk on "The Old Houses of Salem,"
and events connected with them.

Monday Evening, Feb. 11, 1895. — Dr. George A.
Dorsey, of Cambridge, lectured in Plummer Hall on
** Peruvian Antiquities," illustrated with hmtern views.



30 THE RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR.

Pictures were shown of excavations made in a 40 acre
lot, where 10,000 persons had been buried. The un-
earthing was made twenty-five years ago, in connection
with the building of a raih'oad. Photographs of mummies
were shown as they appeared partially exhumed, and with
the natives working over the graves.

Monday Evening , Feb. 18, 1895. — Regular meeting at
the rooms. Three interesting papers were read by mem-
bers of the Local History Class of the Institute. One by
Miss Abby Read on "Cats and Dogs" (of the olden time)
was quite amusing; many of the old laws were given,
together with anecdotes. The second paper was by Miss
Mary S. Cleveland, on " South Fields" (South Salem),
giving an interesting historic sketch of that part of the
town in the early days, and the laying out of Lafayette
street, by Mr. Derby and others. The third paper was
by Mrs. R. C. Manning, on " Early Travel ;" she spoke of
the old roads and conveyances, giving particularly a sketch
of a journey by Madam Knight, from Boston to New
York and return, in 1740, which took about two months.
The paper was full of curious and entertaining incidents.
Thesepapers were discussed by the President, Mr. Goodell,
Mr. Rantoul, Mr. G. M. Jones, Mr. Welch and Rev. Dr.
J. L. Hill.

Monday, Feb. 25, 1895.— C. Howard Walker, Esq.,
of Boston, lectured this evening in Piummer Hall, on
the "Application of Architectural Ornamentation." He
spoke of the beginning of Egyptian and Grecian architect-
ure, and of the fine buildings abroad, where they had
proper locations. He praised American enterprise, but
thought our coimtrymen lacked good taste in architecture.
School-houses are put up in lanes, and public buildings
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sites. He alluded to Boston's City Hall, on a street
thirty six feet wide and the Court House up a lane ; but
improvement will come in time.

Monday, March 4, 1895. — Regular meeting this
evening at the Library room. Professors E. S. Morse and
Jolm H. Sears spoke of Indian implements, pottery, shell
heaps, etc. The former mentioned the measuring of a
great number of clams from different shell heaps of Japan
and America and of diflerent periods, as showing age, etc.
Mr. Sears thought the stones used by the Indians here
for implements were of Essex County origin.

Monday, March 11, 1895. — Gamaliel Bradford, Esq.,
lectured this evening in Pluramer Hall, on "Responsi-
l)ility in Municipal Government." The lecturer had
made a life-long study of the problems of government,
and was therefore w'ell qualified to speak on the subject.
He favored the giving of more power to the executive
and holding him strictly accountable for the proper con-
duct of city afi'airs, and he also favored single-headed
commissions for the same purpose. All power to appro-
priate money should be vested in the aldermen, and
should depend upon the advice of the city treasurer as to
the disposal of the funds of a city.

Monday, March 18, 1895. — Regular meeting of the
society this evening in the Library room. Miss Irene
Weir, of Boston, read an exceedingly interesting paper
on artistic "Posters." The fine collection, of Mr. Charles
K. Bolton of the Brookline Public Library, was used for
illustration. Miss Weir pointed out the many details
which make a poster at once attractive and i)leasing, and
s])oke of the various styles of French and American de-
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poster of 1797, with an engraving of an elephant, which
was imported into this conntry in 1796, by a Salem vessel
— the first elephant ever landed in America. Mr. J. D.
H. Gauss exhibited a large Spanish poster, announcing a
recent bull-fight.

Monday, March 25, 1895. — Hon. Geo. S. Hale, of
Boston, lectured this evening in Plutnmer Hall, on "Why-
all citizens should vote." The speaker said that "unless
a man is going to vote as he ought to, it is not his duty
to vote at all." There is, he said, a growing tendency
to hold the individual voters responsible, personally, for
the faults and sins of mismanaged governments, but
the voters throw the responsibility upon the party with
which the}' are identified. Mr. Hale said that the evil of
the day is the absurdity of submitting to the party in
matters where the individual judgment should be ex-
ercised. A coterie of politicians, of either party, get
together in some little room and pick out the "rascal"
whom they think most likely to be elected, hold a " cut
and dried" caucus to get him nominated, and the appeal
is, to stand by the party. Until every voter is made to
realize that he is to be held morally responsible, person-
ally, for the well-being of his town, city, state or nation,
in so far as he is able to express his choice of men and
measures, politics will be as they are now, in a deplorable
state. Men should vote independently, the lecturer said,
without regard to party.

Monday, April 1, 1895. — Regular meeting this even-
ing in the Library room. Hon. R. S. Rantoul read a
very valuable and entertaining paper on the old Assembly
House in Cambridge street, giving from deeds, documents,
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appearance. In this building General Gage and Governor
Hutchinson were entertained in 1774.

In the Assembly House in Federal St., built in 1782,
Generals Washington and Knox attended a brilliant
assemblage of ladies and gentlemen in Oct., 1789, when
the President visited Salem.

Monday, April 8, 1895. — Hon. Charles Carleton
Coffin, of Boston, lectured on "The Study of American
History." He traced briefly the history of our own
country, from its discovery by Columbus down to the
present time, and showed how great events and impor-
tant changes had often resulted from small things. He
gave personal reminiscences of his experiences at Bull
Run and Gettj'sburg, graphically describing those famous
battles, and showing where comparatively small matters
had very materially affected the results.

Monday, April 15, 1895. — A regular- meeting of the
society this evening in the Library room. The Secretar}'^
read a paper on the old localities about Salem. His
remarks were of an historical nature, interspersed with
anecdote. Among the localities mentioned were Button-
hole, Knockers-hole, Norman St., Norman's rocks, old
Eveleth house and vicinity, Creek Court, Broadfield,
" Neighbor Thompson's" field or "Nauvoo," Circus Lane
or Hathorne St., Wapping, Juniper, HoUingsworth Hill,
Winter Island, Hospital Point, Bentley's rock, Gifford's
Cave, Plank Alley or Elm St., Hawkes' Wharf or New
Dublin, Seccomb's Wharf where anthracite coal was first
sold in Salem (1826), Stage Point now site of Naumkeag
Mills, Ship-yards in South Salem, Early ships, etc.,
Burying Point now Charter St. Cemetery (first burying
place in Salem), Old Paved Street, Cheapside, "Nigger
Huts" on Turnpike, Oliver's Cellar (site of Lynde Block),

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34 THE RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR.

Roast Meat Hill, Mill Hill, North and South fields,
Wymaii's Mills, Batchelder's Point, Leggs Hill, Dun-
geons, Throgmorton's Cove, Castle Hill, Baptist Hill,
Hacker's, Chapman's and Dutch's corners, Cape Driver,
Carltonville, Harmony Grove, Gallows or Witch Hill,
Paradise, Peirce & Waite's Wharf, Blubber Hollow,
Orne's Point, Kernwood, Liberty Hill and Cold Spring.
Fish, Water, Neptune and County streets, Bath Street
and Gutter Lane, Old Jail, Witchcraft Jail, Court and
Marlborough Streets, Short Street, Sun Tavern, Essex
Place, Dark Lane, Cow])oy's Beach, etc. This paper
was followed by a discussion participated in by the
chairman, Hon. R. S. Rantoul, A. C. Goodell, Jr., W.
L. Welch, John Robinson, Frank Cousins and others, and
many interesting facts were brought out.

Monday, April 22, 1895.— Rev. J. M. Pullman, D.D.
of Lynn, lectured in Plummer Hall on the "Adminis-
tration of Public Charity." He spoke of the various ways
in which charity is distributed and of the experience of
many persons in alms-giving. He quoted several high
authorities in the deprecation of public out-door relief,
the evil being that it tends to degeneracy, and the relief
only goes to the unworthy.

Monday, April 29, 1895. — Miss Lucia T. Ames, of
Boston, lectured this evening in Plummer Hall, on "A
more beautiful City Life," with lantern illustrations.
Miss Ames spoke of the disfigui-ement of some of our
American cities by the erection of high buildings — such,
for instance, as one which is to be built on the site of the
Tremont House in Boston, 135 feet high in a comparatively
narrow street. These buildings shut out the light and
sun, and make business for the oculist and physician,
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made a good argument against telegraph poles and spoke
earnestly in favor of light, air and space, the establish-
ment of playgrounds for children, and the hiding out of
parks for the peoi)le's use. She spoke of the decoration
of the school-house and thought children should be tauo^ht
the lines of beauty, so that when they grew up to be men
and woniun, they would not permit ugliness in our streets,
nor so much waste paper blowing about as we now see.
She spoke of the laws on the subject of street cleanliness
in our own and some foreign cities, es[)ecially Paris,
which she praised. She exhibited on the screen fine
views of prominent American and foreign buildings.

Monday, May 6, 1895. — Regular meeting this even-
ing in the Library room. Prof. E. S. Morse announced
by title an account of a new mineral called Fayalite, dis-
covered for the first time in this county, at Rockport, by
Mr. John H. Sears, of the Peabody Academy of Science.

Necrology of Members.

Lincoln F. Brigham, sou of Lincoln and Lucy (Forbes)
Brigham, was born in Cambridge ,Oct. 4, 1819 ; elected a
member of the Essex Institute, Apr. 4, 1870 and died in
Salem, Feb. 27, 1895.

Caleb Foote, son of Caleb and Martha (West) Foote,
was born in Salem, Feb. 28, 1803 ; elected a member of
the Essex Historical Society, Dec, 1842 and died in
Milton, June 17, 1894.

Joseph W. Lefavouk, son of David and Nancy
(Foster) Lcfavour, was born in Beverh', Mar. 11, 1836;
elected a member of the Essex Institute, May 9, 18fi6
and died in Beverly, May 20, 1895.



36 THE RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR.

John W. Masury, sou of John and Priscilla (Carroll)
Masuiy, was born in Salem, Jan. 1, 1820 ; elected a mem-
ber of the Essex Institute, Mar. 4, 1895 and died in Cen-
tre Moriches, N. Y., May 14, 1895.

Daniel Needham, son of James and Lydia (Breed)
Needham, was born in Salem, May 24, 1822 ; elected a
member of the Essex Institute, Sept. 17, 1894 and died in
Groton, Feb. 20, 1895.

FiTZ W. Perkins, son of Jacob and Margaret (Collins)
Perkins, was born in Gloucester, Aug. 20, 1844; elected
a member of the Essex Institute, Aug. 10, 1894 and died
in Washington, D. C, Sept. 30, 1894.

George A. Perkins, son of David and Hannah (Fa-
bens) Perkins, was born in Salem, Oct. 15, 1813 ; elected
a member of the Essex County Natural History Society,
Jan., 1835 and of the Essex Institute, Nov. 21, 1849 and
died in Salem, May 18, 1895.

George W. Pousland, son of Capt. John and Abigail
(Derby) Pousland, was born in Beverly, May 13, 1814;
elected a member of the Essex Institute, June 29, 1865
and died in Boston, Sept. 27, 1894.

Thomas E. Proctor, son of Abel and Lydia (Emer-
son) Proctor, was born in Danvers, Aug. 29, 1834; elect-
ed a member of the Essex Institute, Aug. 15, 1860 and
died in Boston, Dec. 7, 1894.

Henry Saltonstall, son of Nathaniel and Caroline
(Sanders) Saltonstall, was born in Salem, Mar. 2, 1828;
elected a meml)er of the Essex Institute, Mar. 11, 1857
and died in Boston, Dec. 3, 1894.

Leverett Saltonstall, son of Leverett and Mary E.
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elected a member of the Essex Historical Society, Apr.
21, 1821, of the Essex County Natural History Society
in 1834, and of the Essex Institute, Jan. 4, 1854. He
died in Newton, Apr. 15, 1895.

Andrew A. Scott, son of Francis and Elizabeth (Mil-
ler) Scott, was born in Salem Nov. 9, 1832 ; elected a
member of the Essex Institute, June 15, 1868 and died
in Saugus, Dec. 17, 1894.

Matthew A. Stickney, son of Dudley and Elizabeth
(Davis) Stickney, was born in Rowley, Sept. 23, 1805;
elected a member of the Essex Historical Society, Dec.
1843, and of the Essex County Natural History Society,
Jan. 17, 1846. He died in Salem, Aug. 11, 1894.



Donations or exchanges have been received from the fol-
lowinff sources :



Adams, A. N., Fair Haven, Vt.,
Adelaide, Royal Society of South Australia,
Albany, New York State Library, ....
Almy, Mrs. Emma S., . . • . . .

Almy, James F.,

Alteuburg, Naturforscheiide Gesellschaft des Oster

landes,

American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Historical Association, ....

Ames, George L.,

Amherst College,

Amherst, Massachusetts Agricultural College,

Amiens, Socifete Linn^enne du Nord de la France,

Andover Theological Seminary,

Appleton, Daniel F., New York, N. Y..

Archer, Rebecca, ....

Arvedson, George C,

Augsburg, Naturhistorischer Verein,

Bailey, Alfred, Amesbury,

Balch, Edwin S., Philadelphia, Pa.,



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Baltimore, Md., Johns Hopkins University, .

Baltimore, Maryland Historical Society,

Baltimore, Md., Peabody Institute,

Barber, H. G., Lincoln, Neb.,

Barker, Mrs. Richard J., Warren, R. I..

Bartlett, T. E., New Haven, Ct., .

Basel, Naturforschende Gesellschaft,

Batavia, K. N. Vereeniging in Nederlandsch-Indie

Bates, T. C, Worcester,

Belfast Naturalists' Field Club,

Benson, Arthur F.,

Bergens Museum,

Berkeley, University of California,

Berlin, Entomologischer Zeitschrift,

Berlin, Gesellschaft Naturforschende Freunde.

Berlin, K. P. Akademie der Wissenchaften,

Berlin, Verein zur Befdrderung des Gartenbaues,

Bern, Naturforschende Gesellschaft,

Bern, Society Helvetique des Sciences Naturelles,

Bologna, R. Accademia delle Scienze,

Bonn, Naturhistorischer Verein,

Boston, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Boston, American Congregational Association,

Boston Art Club, ....

Boston Board of Health,

Boston, City of, ....

Boston, Directors of Old South Work,

Boston Home Market Club,

Boston, Industrial Aid Society for Prevention of Pau-
perism,

Boston, Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor

Boston, Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Associa
tion,

Boston, Massachusetts Commissioner of Public Records

Boston, Massachusetts General Hospital,

Boston, Massachusetts Historical Society,

Boston, Massachusetts Horticultural Society,

Boston, Massachusetts Humane Society,

Boston, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Boston, Massachusetts Medical Society, .

Boston, Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agricul
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Boston, Massachusetts State Board of Health,

Boston, National Council of Congregational Churches,

Boston, National Divorce Reform League,

Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society,

Boston Public Library,

Boston Record Commissioners, . . . . .

Boston School Committee,

Boston Society of Natural History,

Boston, Trustees of Public Reservations of Massachu-
setts,

Bostonian Society,

Bowditch, H. P., Boston,

Bowes, James L., Liverpool, Eng.,

Bradlee, Rev. C. D., Boston, . . Circulars,

Bradley, Charles, Newark, N. J.,

Braunschweig, Deutsche Gesellschaft fiir Anthropologie,
Ethnologic und Urgeschichte, . . . .

Brewer, John H.,

Brigham, Albert P., Hamilton, N. Y., . . . .

Brisbane, Royal Geographical Society of Australia,

Bristol Naturalists' Society,

Brooklyn (N. Y.) Library

Brooks, Henry M. , Newspapers,

Brooks, Mrs. Henry M., .... Newspapers,

Brooks, Margarette W., ....

Brookville, Indiana Academy of Science,

Brunn, Naturforschende Verein,

Brunswick, Me., Bowdoin College, .

Bruxelles, Soci6t6 Beige de Microscopic,

Bruxelles, Soci6t6 Entomologique de Belgique,

Bruxelles, Soci6t6 Royale de Botanique de Belgique

Buenos Aires, Sociedad Cientiflca Argentina,

Buffalo (N. Y.) Library

Buffalo (N. Y.) Society of Natural Sciences,

Buffum, Mrs. Ruth H., ....

Burhans, Samuel, New York, N. Y.,

Burlington, University of Vermont,

Byfleld, Dummer Academy,

Calcutta, Geological Survey of India.

Calcutta, Indian Museum,

Calcutta, Surveyor General of India.

Cambridge (Eng.) Philosophical Society,

Cambridge, Harvard University,

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Chamberlain, James A., Boston, ....
Chapel Hill, N. C, Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society,

Chapman, William O.,

Charleston, West Virginia Historical and Antiquarian

Society,

Chase, Charlotte F., Newspapers

Chemnitz, Naturwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft,
Chever, Edward E., San Francisco, Cal.,
Chicago, 111., Field Columbian Museum, .
Chicago (111.) Historical Society, ....
Chicago, 111., Newberry Library, ....

Chicago (111.) Public Library,

Chicago, 111., Pullman Palace Car Company, .

Chicago, 111., University of,

Christiania, Norwegischen Meteorologischen Instituo,
Christiania, Videnskabs-Selskabet,

Cilley, J. P., Rockland, Me.,

Cincinnati, Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio Mechanics' Institute,
Cincinnati (0.) Public Library, ....
Cincinnati (0.) Society of Natural History,

Cleveland, Lucy H.,

Cleveland (O.) Public Library, ....
Cleveland, O., Western Reserve Historical Society,

Colby, William R.,

Cole, Caroline J.,

College Hill, Tufts College,

Columbia, Missouri Agricultural College,
Columbus, Ohio, Archaeologist Publishing Company,
Columbus, Ohio State Board of Agriculture,

Conant, W. P.,

Concord, New Hampshire Historical Society,
Cope, E. D., Philadelphia, Pa.,

Cousins, Frank,

Creamer, George G., Beverly,
Crowell, E. P., Amherst,
Curran, Stephen, Estate of, .
Cutter, Abram E., Boston,
Danvers, Peabody Institute,
Danzig, Naturforschende Gesellschaft, .
Darmstadt, Verein fiir Erdkunde, .
Daves, Graham, New Bern, N. C,
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Dawson, J. William, Montreal, Can

Dayton, W. Hardy, .

Dedham Historical Society,

Dedham Town Clerk,

Derby, Perley,

Des Moines, Iowa Academy of Science,

Des Moines, Iowa Geological Survey,

Detroit (Mich.) Public Library, ....

Dickson, W. S.,

Dijon, Acad^raie Imperiale des Sciences, Arts et Belles-

Lettres,

Dodge, Charles C, . . Newspapers and Circulars

Dow, Geo. Frs., Topsfleld,

Dreer, Ferdinand J., Philadelphia, Pa.,

Dresden, Naturwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft " Isis,'

Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, ....

Dublin, Royal Society,

Edes, Henry H., Charlestown,

Edinburgh Royal Society, ....

Egbert, Rev. John L., Marblehead,

Ellis, Frank R., Cincinnati, O., ...

Ely, Theodore N., Philadelphia, Pa.,

Emden, Naturforschende Gesellschaft, .

Endicott, Charles,

Erlangen, Physikalisch-medicinische Societat,
Ewing, Thomas, New York, N. Y.,
Exeter, N. H , Phillips Exeter Academy,

Fabens, Caroline,

Falmouth, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society,

Fearing, A. C, Jr., Boston,

Fewkes, J. Walter, Boston,

Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, .
Firenze, Socifite Entomologique Italienne,

Folsom, A. A., Brookline,

Foster, John M.,

Frankfurt-a-M., Seuckenbergische Naturforschende Ges

ellschaft,

Frear, William, State College, Pa., ....
Fribourg, Societe Fribourgeoise des ScienceslNaturelles

Gardner, Mrs. Henry,

Garrison, F. J., Boston, .

Gauss, John D. H., .

Geneve, L'Institut National Genevois,

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Glasgow Archaeological Society,

Glasgow, Baillie's Institution,

Gloucester City Clerk,

Goodell, A. C, Jr., .

Gottingen, K. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften,

Grand Rapids (Mich.) Board of Trade, . ;

Grand Rapids (Mich.) Public Library, .

Grant, Misses, ....

Granville, O., Denison University,

Gray, Miss A. A., Boston,

Green, S. A., Boston,

Gustrow, Verein der Freunde der Natnrgeschichte,

Halifax, Nova Scotian Institute of Science, .

Hall, J. D., and Company,

Hamburg, Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein, .
Hamburg, Verein fiir Naturwissenchaftliche Unterhal

tung,

Hannover, Naturhistorischer Gesellschaft,

Harlem, Muses Teyler,

Harlem, Societe Hollandaise des Sciences,

Harris, Mrs. Robert, New York, N. Y., .

Hartford (Ct.) Board of Trade,

Hartford, Connecticut Historical Society,

Hartford, Connecticut Quarterly Company,

Hartford, Ct., School of Sociology, .

Hartford, Ct., Trinity College,

Hassam, John T., Boston,

Hazen, Rev. Henry A., Auburndale,

Helena (Mont.) Public Library,

Herrick, C. L., Granville, , .

Hill, Rev. James L., .

Hoadley, Charles J., Hartford, Ct.,

Hoar, George F., Worcester, .

Hooper, N. M.,

Hotchkiss, Miss S. V., New Haven, Ct.,

Houghton, Michigan Mining School,

Howson, Hubert, New York, N. Y.,

Hunt, T. F. ,

Huntington, Ind., Free Library of Public Schools,
Iowa City, Iowa State Historical Society,
Iowa City, State University of Iowa,
Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell University, .
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Johnson, EchvardF., Wobnrn,

Johnson, Thomas H.,

Jones, C. v., Rockford, 111.,

Kassel, Verein fur Naturkunde,

Keith, Charles P., Philadelpliia, Pa.

Kelton, Dwight H., Montpelier, Vt.

Kimball, F. R.,

King, Horatio C, New York, N. Y.,

Kjobeuhavn, K. D. Videnskabernes Selskabs,

Kjobenhavn, NordOldkyn og Historie, .

Koiiigsberg, Physikalisch-Okouomische Gesellschaft,

Lambert, Laura, Estate of,

Lamson, Frederick, .... Newspapers

Lancaster Town Library,

Lander, Helen D ,

Lanier, Mrs. Charles, New York, N. Y.,

Lansing, Michigan State Library, ....

Lausanne, Soci6t6 Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles,

Lawrence, Kansas University,

Leach, Josiah G., Philadelphia, Pa.

Leavens, Rev. P. F., Passaic, N. J.

Lee, Francis H.,

Lee, Mrs. Francis H.,

Lee, L. A., Brunswick, Me.,

Leiden, Rijks-Universiteit,

Leipzig, K. S. Gesellschaft der "Wissenschaften,
Le Mans, Soci^te d'Agriculture, Sciences et Arts, .
Lincoln, Nebraska Historical Society,
Lincoln, University of Nebraska, ....

London Geological Society,

London, Royal Geographical Society,

London, Royal Society,

London, Zoological Society of, ....

London, Entomological Society of Ontario. .

Luring, Caleb W., Pride's Crossing,

Los Angeles (Cal.) Public Library,

Lund, Kongliga Universitetet, ....

Lundy, Mrs. J. P., Philadelphia, Pa.,

Luxembourg, L'Institut Grand Ducal,

Lyon, Academic dos Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts,

Lyon, Societe d'Agriculture, Science et Industrie, .

Lyon, Soci6t6 Linn^enne,

Mack, William,

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