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The members retiring in rotation are, T. Pryse Drew, Esq.; Rev. John Edwards, M.A.; G. T. Clark, Esq., F.S.A.; and it is proposed to re-elect the same gentlemen.

The following are the names of new members since the publication of the last Report:

NORTH WALES.

Lord Boston, Porthamel, Bangor

Edward Nixon, Esq., Buckley, Mold
Llewellyn Turner, Esq., Parkia, Carnarvon

SOUTH WALES.

Miss Basset, Boverton House, Cowbridge

Col. Wm. Bridgewater, Coity Manor, Tal-y-bont, Brecon

Bagnal Evans, Esq., Nant-yr-Eglwys, St. Clears

Rev. Walter Evans, St. Lythan, Cardiff

Rev. L. R. Knight, Tytheston Court, Cowbridge
J. Robinson, Esq., Cardiff

E. Romilly, Esq., Porthkerry, Cowbridge
Jonas Watson, Esq., Llandaff

THE MARCHES AND ELSEWHERE.

Lord Clermont, Ravensdale Park, Newry

Mrs. Stackhouse Acton, Acton Scot, Church Stretton
William Baker, Esq., F.S.A., Sackville-street, London
Thomas Brigstock, Esq., 53, Welbeck Street, London
John Evans, Esq., F.S.A., Nashville, Hemel Hempstead
Arthur Gore, Esq., Melksham

H. F. J. Jones, Esq., Moreville Hall, Bridgenorth
Rev. F. P. Parker, M.A., Barford, Warwick

Mrs. Powell, Canon Bridge, Madley, Hereford

Rev. Henry Price, 1, Bath Villas, Bath Road, Cheltenham.

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IRISH SEPULCHRAL SLABS

AND

Christian Inscriptions,

From the earliest known to the end of the 12th Century, chiefly collected and drawn by GEORGE PETRIE, Esq.

TO BE EDITED

(Profusely Illustrated by Plates from her own Drawings)
BY M. STOKES;

AIDED AS TO THE LETTERPRESS

BY THE REV. WILLIAM REEVES, D. D.

THE interest and importance of this Work, both in an artistic and philological point of view, will be universally acknowledged by students of the art and language of ancient Ireland.

Miss STOKES' offer to edit for the Royal Historical and Archæological Association of Ireland, with the help of the Rev. Dr. REEVES and other friends of the late Dr. PETRIE, this portion of his invaluable collections will, no doubt, be received with satisfaction.

Dr. PETRIE's drawings will, where practicable, be compared with the originals, and many additional Inscriptions, not known to him, will be given.

As the number of Plates in each Part will depend on the support given to the Committee in this most expensive and important undertaking, it is requested that those who propose to subscribe to it should send in their names without delay. Over 150 Subscribers have already been obtained.

All Fellows of the Royal Historical and Archæological Association of Ireland, and all Members of that Association subscribing 10s. in addition to the normal Annual Subscription of 10s., are entitled, besides the Journal of the Association, to this Work, which will be issued annually, in Parts.

Names received by the Rev. JAMES GRAVES, Honorary Secretary, Rectory, Inisnag, Stoneyford. Post-office Orders to be drawn on Stoneyford, Co. Kilkenny.

General Secretaries.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS.

THE Subscription of Members is One Guinea, due annually on January 1st. Members residing in South Wales and Monmouthshire are requested to remit the same, by Post Office Order or Cheque, as soon as possible, to Rev. Walter Evans, St. Lythan's, Cardiff; all other Members will remit their Subscriptions to the Rev: E. L. Barnwell, M.A., Melksham, Wilts. Or, Members

may pay at the "London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury, London, to the account of Joseph Joseph, Esq., with Messrs. Hughes and Joseph, Bankers, Brecon," signifying the same to one of the General Secretaries.

Members not receiving their Numbers of the Archaologia Cambrensis are requested to give notice to the General Secretary to whom they have paid their subscriptions.

All Members in arrear are requested immediately to remit the amount due, that they may receive the Numbers of the Journal.

All literary communications are to be addressed, post free, to the Editor, to the care of Mr. Richards, 37, Great Queen Street, London (W.C.); no other person being authorized to receive them.

Copies of the Rules, and Lists of Members of the Association, may be had on application to either of the General Secretaries.

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