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Officers of the Folk-Lore Society,

1884-1885.


PRESIDENT.

THE RIGHT HON. EARL BEAUCHAMP, F.S.A.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.

A. LANG, M.A.
W. R. S. RALSTON, M.A.
EDWARD B. TYLOR, LL.D., F.R.S.

COUNCIL.

EDWARD BRABROOK, F.S.A.
JAMES BRITTEN, F.L.S.
EDWARD CLODD.
SIR W. R. DRAKE, F.S.A.
G. L. GOMME, F.S.A.
J. T. MICKLETHWAITE, F.S.A.

ALFRED NUTT.
PROFESSOR A. H. SAYCE, M.A.
EDWARD SOLLY, F.R.S., F.S.A.
WILLIAM J. THOMS, F.S.A.
W. S. W. VAUX, M.A.
HENRY B. WHEATLEY, F.S.A.

DIRECTOR.— WILLIAM J. THOMS, F.S.A

TREASURER.— SIR WILLIAM R. DRAKE, F.S.A.

HONORARY SECRETARIES.

G. L. GOMME, F.S.A., 2, Park Villas, Lonsdale Road, Barnes, S.W.
A. GRANGER HUTT, F.S.A., 8, Oxford Road, Kilburn.

AUDITORS.— John Tolhurst, F.S.A.G. L. Apperson.

BANKERS. — Union Bank of London, Charing Cross Branch.

FOLK-TALE COMMITTEE.— Messrs. Apperson, Britten, Blind, Clodd, Hartland, Nutt, Lang, Ralston, Sonneuschein, Wheatley, Solly, Wake, Gomme.