To all persons interested in Bible study, and especial'y law students, the lectures of Prof. Thompson on Mosaic Law will afford a rare opportunitv to study that well known, yet so little known, part of the üld Testament. The study will be entirely from a lawyer's standpoint, and under the directaon of Prof. Thompson can not help being interesting and valuable. The followiag subjects will give some idea of the course: f. Introductory. 2. The Hebrew tribe, clan and family,and land laws. 3. Domestic relations, marriage. 4. The civil and judicial duties of the Levites. 5. Pólice regulations. 6. Criminal code. 7. Xational festivals. 8. The national constitution of the Hebrew commonwealth and monarchy. This series will be completed the socond seitiester by Prof. Knowlton.