We wish the Field to know—indeed they ought by this...

We wish the Field to know—indeed they ought by this time to know—that when delays occur in getting out our publications, it is due to some unavoidable cause, or some excellent reason that makes the publication enough more valuable when out to warrant the delay.

If Scientists will observe more patience and await quietly the arrival of the Journal and Weekly, instead of plying the Publisher's Department with letters and telegrams, they will alike add to their own growth and relieve their servants at headquarters of much unnecessary annoyance and labor.

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PETTY PERSECUTION
December 29, 1898
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