MR. PROCTOR’S VISIT.
To the Editor.
Sm, —I notice in your issue of the 28th that Mr. O’Reilly is taking steps to secure what must be to many besides myself a much desired treat, namely, a lecture or two by the highly gifted astronomer, Mr. Proctor. I, for one, feel indebted to Mr. O’Reilly for the action he is taking, and will pay him, at the earliest opportunity, for two reserved seats for each lecture, and will assist in bringing others to hear what must be the most intensely interesting lectures ever delivered in the Town Hall.—l am, &c., D. OLIVER. Westerfield, October 30, 3880.
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