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ingly becomes: Prussia, 18 members; England and France, 11 each; Holland, 5; Sweden and Switzerland, 4 each; Austria, Denmark, Italy, Norway, Russia, Saxony, Scotland and United States, 3 each.

The fourth method of grouping is easily made. Fifty-five of the eighty-seven members are given in Minerva as officers of one of twenty-six universities. Of these, Berlin has 9 members; Paris, 8; Bonn, Göttingen and Leipzig, 3 each; Cambridge, Christiania, Copenhagen, Erlangen, Harvard, London, Munich and Vienna, 2 each; Amsterdam, Berne, Bologna, Chicago, Heidelberg, Jena, Johns Hopkins, Leiden, Liège, Rome, St. Petersburg, Stockholm and Zurich, 1 each.