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Subscribers to the American Naturalist.
Philadelphia, December 23d, 1887. We have relinquished the publication of the American Naturalist, and have transferred our subscription list to the Leonard Scott Publication Company. By assent of EDW. D. COPE.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT CO. N accordance with the above notice, the LEONARD SCOTT PUBLICATION
COMPANY have assumed the publication of this Journal, and will bring
to bear all of their resources and experience to maintain for the NATURALIST its position as the leading Journal of its class extant, commencing its twentysecond year under auspices which are a guarantee of a renewed prosperity.
LEADING EDITORS : EDW. D. COPE, Philadelphia.
J. S KINGSIEY, Bloomington, Ind.
DEPARTMENT EDITORS: W. N. LOCKINGTON, Geography,
Philadelphia. W. S. BAYLEY, Mineralogy,
Madison, Wisconsin. CHAS. E. BESSEY, Botany,
Lincoln, Nebraska. JOHN A. RYDER, Embryology,
Philadelphia. C. O. WHITMAN, Microscopy,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin. J. H. COMSTOCK, Entomology,
Cornell University. Each volume contains original articles from over one hundred American Naturalists. The papers now in hand indicate that the list of contributions for
1888 will be superior to that of any previous year. The editorial corps of the Naturalist consists of experts in special branches of science, and forms a combination such as has never been brought together on any similar periodical. The wide geographical distribution of the editors demonstrates that it will continue to be, as heretofore, national and not local in its character. Its contributors are co-extensive with the cultivators of the natural sciences in America.
Annual Subscription, invariably in advance, $4.00 ; Single copies, 40 cts.
After the January number the monthly edition will be limited to the actual subscribers, rendering it almost impossible to obtain back numbers for 1888. It is essential that those desiring the Journal should subscribe
LEONARD SCOTT PUBLICATION CO.,
SAM'L P. FEAREE, Treasurer.
"'Gainst death and all obụvious enmity
Bhall you pace forth; your praise shall still find room
-Sonnet LV, 9.