The reception given by Rev. and Mrs. Henry Tatlook on Friday evening of last week, at Harvis hall, was one giving a great aruouut of pleasure both to Rev. and JMrs.Tatlock, ou account of the large nmnber of people present, and to j those participating, on account of the fine appointmeuts of the society affair. The honrs of the reception were from 8 to 12, aud (ïuring that time the parlors were filled to sach au extent that it was very apparent that outof the 1,200 invitatious neaily, if no.t all, had embraced the opportuuity to be present. The guests were received by the host and hostess at theentrance to theladies' parlors. That and the other rooms were handsomely decorated with ent flowers and ropes of smilax. Coffee and refreshments were served by relays of the church ladies. Mrs. D. M. Tyler and three members of the University orohestra furnished music for dancing. which vias indulged in by the great majority of thoae present.