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than in 1888-'89; but this is rather a cause for congratulation, the cabinets being already overcrowded. A list of the principal accessions stating their source and character, is given on pages 28-40.
One character of "routine work in the arrangement and classification of the collection, and in the preparation of the exhibition and study series" may be briefly summarized as follows:-
Nothing has been done with the study series, this work being neccessarily deferred till new cases have been received. The exhibition series has been very greatly improved, only five cases and four wall cases remaining to be arranged, two of the latter not having

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