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EDITORS HARVARD HERALD: It is far from my purpose to attempt in any way to throw a wet blanket upon such an assured success as the Cooperative Association, but I should like to ask if the conduct of the gentlemen was not a little premature, who assembled a few nights ago to discuss "informally" (so it was understood) the prospects of the scheme. Officers were elected to an association which did not then exist. The audience who had gathered seemed unable to comprehend this, despite the laudable efforts of one or two gentleman who seemed desirous to impress upon them the previousness, if I may use the word, of such proceedings. I suggest that, hereafter, more careful consideration and prudence be displayed in the management of affairs.

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