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Minutes of Meetings.

of the Manchester University Library as a subscriber was announced.

The resignations of the Countess of Caithness and Mr. Jarmain and the withdrawal of the subscription of the Institut de France were also announced.

Mr. G. R. Carline exhibited an Egyptian box with a figure resembling a snake on the top and something in the nature of a mummy cloth enclosed.

Miss A. Werner read a paper entitled " Some Notes on Zulu Religion from the MSS. of the late Bishop Callaway," and in the discussion which followed the Chairman, the Rev. T. Lewis, Prof. Baudis and Mr. Josiah T. Gumede took part.

The meeting terminated with hearty votes of thanks to Miss Werner for her paper and to Mr. Carline for exhibiting his Egyptian box.