A paper was read by Mr. Cooke, “On the Progress of Microscopical Science in 1866,” in which his remarks were classed under three heads :—1. The establishment of new Societies, and increased vigour in old ones. 2. The mechanical improvements in microscopes, microscopical apparatus, and manipulation. 3. The contributions to microscopical literature. Under each of these heads numerous details were given.

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