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FIRST ORDINARY MEETING OF THE SESSION, 1892-93.

HELD AT

THE HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA STREET,

WESTMINSTER.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1892.

MR. W. J. C. MOENS, F.S.A., Vice-President, in the Chair.

THE Minutes of the Annual General Meeting, held on May 11, were read and confirmed.

The following eight candidates were elected Fellows of the Society:

The Rev. James Beck, Bildeston, Suffolk.

Abraham de Smidt, Esq., Retired Surveyor General of the Cape of Good Hope.

William Stewart Mitchell D'Urban, Esq., F.L.S., F.E.S., Moorlands, Exmouth.

Mrs. R. S. Faber, 10, Primrose Hill Road, N.W.

The Rev. James Gosset-Tanner, 6, Northwick Terrace, N.W. Admiral Luard, C.B., Witham Lodge, Essex.

Mrs. Tubbs, Capel-ne-ferne, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

The University Library, Cambridge.

A Lecture on "Huguenot Commanders" was given by Dr. T. Miller Maguire. (See Appendix, p. 309.)

SECOND ORDINARY MEETING OF THE SESSION,

1892-93.

HELD AT

THE HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA STREET,

WESTMINSTER.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1893.

SIR HENRY W. PEEK, BART., Vice-President, in the Chair.

The Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting, held on November 9, 1892, were read and confirmed.

The following four candidates were elected Fellows of the Society:

Mrs. Crisp, Grove Park, Denmark Hill, S.E.

Thomas Noel Hugo, Esq., 23, Endsleigh Gardens, N.W.
The Rev. Francis Jourdain, Ashbourne Vicarage, Derbyshire.
Miss M. Shaw-Lefevre, 41, Seymour Street, W.

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A paper was read on The Duc de Rohan's relations with the Republic of Venice, 1630-1657." by the President. (See Appendix, p. 218.)

THIRD ORDINARY MEETING OF THE SESSION,

1892-93.

HELD AT

THE HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA STREET,

WESTMINSTER.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893.

MR. A. G. BROWNING, F.S.A., Vice-President, in the Chair.

The Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting, held on January 11, were read and confirmed.

The following seven Candidates were elected Fellows of the Society :

Lieut. Cecil F. Dampier, R.N., H.M.S. Excellent.

The Rev. H. E. Hill, The Abbey School, Beckenham.

Dr. Albert von Le Coq, Darmstadt.

Miss R. Paget, 28, Boltons, S.W.

Miss H. M. Poynter, 15, Park Terrace, Oxford.
Ernest Sutton Saurin, Esq., 90, Picadilly, W.

James Joshua Whiter, Esq., Sidcup, Kent.

A Paper was read on "The Fourth Foreign Church at Dover, 1685-1731," by Mr. W. Minet, F.S.A. (See Appendix, p. 93.)

NINTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.

HELD AT

THE HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA STREET,

WESTMINSTER.

THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1893.

SIR HENRY W. PEEK, BART., Vice-President, in the Chair.

The Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on March 8, were read and confirmed.

The following five candidates were elected Fellows of the Society:

John Cumming Macdona, Esq., M.P., 1, Garden Court Temple, E.C., and Hithe House, West Kirby, Cheshire.

Edward Addison Mangin, Esq., Aldfield, Ripon.

Thomas Delamotte Mott, Esq., Manton House, 120, Queen's Road, Brownswood Park, N.

The National Library of Ireland, Dublin.

The Bibliothèque de l'Université de l'Etat, Ghent.

The Chairman then called upon the Hon. Secretary to read the Annual Report of the Council as follows:

Report of the Council to the Ninth Annual General Meeting, Thursday, May 11, 1893.

The Council regret to report a loss of twenty-nine Fellows during the past year, being two more than in the year preceding The losses by death were then six, they are now eight, one of which has occurred within the last few days only. The Council allude to this with special regret, it being that of one of the original Fellows, and they believe, the oldest in point of age, His Honour Judge Bayley having joined the Society at its foundation in April, 1885, and having now passed away from it at the advanced age of ninety.

The Council sincerely deplore the diminution of the Society's numbers by death, and equally lament that caused by resig

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