SATISFACTION was the general feeling in connection with the Conference at Leeds. The local arrangements had been made with care, every reasonable want of the visitors had been anticipated, and all things possible for their comfort had been done. In general the weather was fine, and what intervals of leisure could be snatched from meetings and social gatherings could be devoted usefully to a study of the great city. On other pages of this issue comment is made upon the papers. Here it is sufficient to draw one or two morals from the Conference as a whole.
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