The new edition of the Handbook, published by authority of the Association, has already been sold out. This shows how urgent was the need for such a manual, and the success attending its compilation must be gratifying to those who gave so much time and trouble to make it a serviceable book. The first edition was published just ten years ago, and 3,000 copies were sold before the end of 1892. The experience gained by the practical work of teaching induced the Association to issue a revised edition in 1893, and many improvements were made in rewriting defective sections, and adding engravings as required. At the last meeting of Council, Dr. Hayes Newington and Dr. Beveridge Spence, who have already done so much to perfect the work, were asked to arrange for the reissue of the work, with some additions, and this new edition may be expected in the course of January, 1896.
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