Booth, Charles. Life and Labor of the People in London. Vol. I. New York: Macmillan & Co. $1.50.
Boyd, R. Nelson. Coal Pits and Pit Men. New York: Macmillan & Co. $1.
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Contributions from the Botanical Laboratory of the University of Pennsylvania. Vol. I, No. 1. Philadelphia: University Press.
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Extent of the Great World's Fairs.—In his paper before the British Society of Arts, on the coming Chicago Exhibition, Mr. James Dredge, of the Royal British Commission, presented a summary of previous World's Fairs and their results. The first great World's Fair was held in Hyde Park, London, in 1851, in a single building, 1,851 feet long and 450 feet wide. It accommodated not quite 14,000 exhibitors, half of whom came from the colonies, and closed with a net profit of $750,000. The first World's Fair in the United States was held in New York in 1853, accommodated 4,100 exhibitors within an area of 263,000 square feet, and lost $300,000. The first Paris Exhibition, in 1855, covered 1,886,000 square feet, had nearly 24,000 exhibitors, 144 of whom were from the United States, and was visited by 5,162,000 persons.