On next Monday evening and the Mouday evening following, Rev 3. T. SunderlaDd will give bis two lectures in the Unity Club conree on "India." Next Monday eevning (January 18) his subject will be "The Great Cities of India. " He will describe Bombay, the splendid commercial metropolis of tbe West, one of the fluest cities in tbe world; Madras, the great empirium of the South; Calcutta, the "City of Palaoes" and the capital of the British Indian Empire; Poona, the historio capital of the warlike Mahratta ohiefs; and Jeypoor, a typical capital of a rich and powerful Hindu orince. 3 A week froiu next Mouday evening (Jauuary 25) bis subject will be "Picturesque India, or village life, English summer capitals in tbe hills, jungle scènes in the Hiinalayas " Mr. Snuderlanrl brougbt home from India a large unrnber of fine pictures, from which he has had steropticon slides ruanufautured to illustrate his lectures. Admission to the lectuies 2b cents each.