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The CHAIRMAN (Mr. R. H. HARRY STANGER, Vice- President) said the audience had shown by their acclamations that the paper had been interesting. He was sure they were extremely obliged to Mr. Davidson for giving so much time to the subject, and for coming to the meeting and delivering his lecture.

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