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Pp. 2, MS.,; Proceedings U. S. Nat. Mus. (Jan. 21.) (3) Description of a New Species of [[underlined]]Contopus[[/underlined]] from Tropical America. Pp. 2, MS.,; Proceedings U. S. Nat. Mus. (Jan. 21.) [[wavy underlined]]Specimens mounted for exhibition collection.[[/wavy underlined]] The number of birds mounted during January is 55, including 10 which were mounted in December, but overlooked in the enumeration for that month. [[wavy underlined]]Work of assistants[[/wavy underlined]]. Dr. [[double underlined]]L. Stejneger[[/double underlined]] has been busily engaged in the prosecution of important critical investigations, connected with the determination of Old World specimens in the collection, and in other work assigned him. Mr. [[double underlined]]C. W. Beckham[[/double underlined]] has rendered efficient aid in cataloguing specimens, invoicing, cataloguing types, labeling, and in many ways assisting the curator.
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