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May 30, 1881.
President Rev. ROBERT BURN, M.A., Trinity College, Trinity Praelector in Roman Literature and Archaeology.
Vice-Presidents. HENRY BRADSHAW, Esq., M.A., King's College, University Librarian. JOHN WILLIS CLARK, Esq., M.A., Trinity College, Superintendent of
the Museums of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. Rev. WALTER WILLIAM SKEAT, M.A., Christ's College, Elrington
and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon.
Ordinary Members of Council.
Esquire Bedell. Rev. BRYAN WALKER, LL.D., Corpus Christi College. ALFRED NEWTON, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., Magdalene College, Professor
of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. JOHN EBENEZER FOSTER, Esq., M.A., Trinity College. ALFRED PAGET HUMPHRY, Esq., M.A., Trinity College, Esquire
Bedell. GEORGE MACKENZIE BACON, Esq., M.A., M.D. CHARLES CARDALE BABINGTON, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., St John's
College, Professor of Botany. FREDERICK WHITTING, Esq., M.A., King's College. Rev. HENRY RICHARDS LUARD, D.D., Trinity College, University
Registrary. GEORGE MURRAY HUMPHRY, Esq., M.D., F.R.S., Downing College,
Professor of Anatomy.
Woodwardian Professor of Geology.
LIST OF PRESENTS
DURING THE YEAR ENDING
MAY 30, 1881.
From H. Phillips, Esq. (of Philadelphia):
A flint axe, two flint arrow-heads, and a terra-cotta whorl from the valley of the Delaware. From G. W. Prothero, Esq. and F. J. H. Jenkinson, Esq. :
A cinerary earthen vessel of an unusual shape, nine smaller vessels and five lamps in terra-cotta, which formed part of the contents of a Roman grave at Port Mahon in the island of Minorca.
From the Society of Antiquaries of London:
Proceedings of the Society. 2nd Series, Vol. VIII. Nos. 3 and 4, 8vo. London, 1880 and 1881.
List of the Society on the 3rd of June, 1880. From the Royal Archaeological Institute :
The Archaeological Journal, Nos. 61 to 150 inclusive, 8vo.
Architectural Papers, 1879.
From the Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society:
Proceedings, Vol. VII. Nos. 3, 4, 5; Vol. VIII. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Vol. ix. No. 1, 8vo. Norwich, 1866 to 1879. From the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology:
Proceedings, Vol. v. No. 2, 8vo. Bury St Edmund's, 1880. From the Kent Archaeological Society:
Archaeologia Cantiana, Vol. XIII. 8vo. London, 1880. From the Sussex Archaeological Society:
Sussex Archaeological Collections, Vol. XXXI. 8vo. Lewes, 1881. From the Leicestershire Architectural and Archaeological
Index to Vols. ix. to xiv. (1867 to 1878) of Reports and
ciation : Journal, Vols. I. II. III. 8vo. Derby, 1879, 1880, 1881. From the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire:
Transactions, Vol. XXXII. (Third Series, Vol. VIII.) 8vo. Liverpool, 1880. From the Liverpool Numismatic Society:
Journal, Nos. I. II. III. 8vo. Liverpool, 1873 and 1874. From the Cambrian Archaeological Society:
Archaeologia Cambrensis. Fourth Series, Parts 43, 44, 45, 8vo. London, 1880 and 1881. From the Powys-Land Club:
Montgomeryshire Collections. Vol. XIII. Parts 2 and 3; Vol. xiv. Part 1, 8vo. London, 1880 and 1881.
From the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of
Ireland: Journal, Vol. v. Nos. 41, 42, 43, 44, 8vo. Dublin, 1880 and 1881.
From the Société Nationale des Antiquaires de France :
Mémoires. Tome XL. (4me Série, Tome x.), 8vo. Paris, 1881. From the Archaeological Society of Athens :
II paktiká. 8vo. Athens, 1879 and 1880.
Report for 1878. 8vo. Washington, 1880.
Reports for 1878, 1879, 1880. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1879— 81.
Act and Bull: On the True Anniversary of the First Landing of William Penn at Philadelphia. By L. A. Scott.
Old and New Style, Fixed Dates, Calendars and the Principles and Results of their Emendation. By J. R. Baker.
Report on the Date of William Penn's Landing.
Notes upon a Denarius of Augustus Cæsar. By H. Phillips, Junior, Ph. D.
Description of the Remains of an Aboriginal Encampment at Rehoboth, Delaware. By the same Author. From the University of Tokio, Japan :
The Shell Mounds of Omori. By Professor E. S. Morse. 8vo. Salem (Mass.), 1879. From E. S. Morse, Esq., Professor of Zoology in the University
of Tokio : Some Recent Publications on Japanese Archaeology, pp. 12. 8vo. Salem (Mass.), 1880. From H. Phillips, Esq., Junior, Ph.D.:
A Collection of Early American Ballads, in broadsheets.
in Africa and Asia (from the Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society). By the Donor. 8vo. 1889.
Address delivered before the New York Historical Society on its 75th Anniversary (November 18, 1879). By J. de Peyster, LL.D.
Memoir of C. B. Wood, M.D., LL.D. By Henry Hartshorne, A.M.
Special Report on Public Free Libraries in the United States. Part II. 8vo.
8vo. Washington, 1876. Obituary Notice of Peter McCall. From the Rev. C. A. Swainson, D.D., Lady Margaret's Reader
in Divinity: The History and Constitution of a Cathedral of the Old Foundation, illustrated from Documents in the Archives of Chichester Cathedral. 8vo. Chichester, 1880. From Mr W. White :
The Report of the Borough Rate Committee to the Town Council of Cambridge, dated October 3, 1850. Folio.
Memorials of the Vicarage House and Garden in South Lynn. 12mo. Lynn, 1851.
Extracts from the Household Charges and other Payments laid out by the Lord North. 4to. (from Archaeologia, Vol. xix.).
Antiquities of the Abbey of Durham. By P. Sanderson. 12mo. 1767.
The History and Antiquities of Rochester. 12mo. Rochester, 1833.
King Edward VI. on the Supremacy: the French Original and an English Translation. Edited by R. Potts, M.A. 12mo. Cambridge, 1874.