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Meeting at York.

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Meeting at York. The city of York, at an early hour on Monday, gave signs of the scientific festival which was formally opened on that day. Lord Brougham arrived on the previous evening, and was the guest ot-the Lord Mayor. During the day, the reception room at the Guildhall presented a busy scene, every one, on arrival, naturally gravitating towards the centre of information. Al- though there were, during the day, some smart showers, the weather was, on the whole, favourable for York; where there is a tradition that its rain is always abundant, and according to a native of the place, speaking in his vernacular, invariably on special occasions; his observation-" It be always so; when aught is out at York, it do rain, surely." At three o'clock the first formal appearance of the Association took place. The opening address was delivered by the president.

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