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ANNUAL REPORT, 26tH NOVEMBER, 1889. 361

Moore, Howard W., Stanley Street, Liverpool. Stephenson, C. H., 22, Sefton Street, Southport.

St. Helen's Corporation Free Library, Alfred Lancaster, Librarian, Town Hall, St. Helen's.

20. Leicestershire.

Barwell, Thomas, The Woodlands, Kirby Muxloe, near Leicester.

Freer, W. J., Stoneygate, Leicester.

Kelly, William, F.S.A., Ivy Lodge, Alexandra Road, Stoneygate, Leicester.

21. Lincolnshire.

Peacock, Edward, F.S.A., Bottesford Manor, Brigg. Pocklington-Coltman, Mrs., Hagnaby Priory, Spilsby.

23. Monmouthshire. [Nil.]

24. Norfolk.

Matthews, Miss Elizabeth, The Hollies, S waff ham. Terry, F. C. Birkbeck, The Paddock, Palgrave, Diss.

25. Northamptonshire. [Nil.]

26. Northumberland.

Aydon, Edward J., 19, Belgrave Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Newcastle Literary and Philosophical Society, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Nicholson, Mrs., East House, Norham, Berwick-upon-Tweed. Robinson, John, 6, Choppington Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

27. Nottinghamshire. Nottingham Free Public Library, care of J. P. Briscoe, Esq.

28. Oxfordshire.

Russell, Mrs. J. Wellesley, Oxford.

Rhys, Professor John, Jesus College, Oxford.

Sayce, Professor A. H., Queen's College, Oxford.

Taylor Institution, Oxford, per Parker and Co., 6, Southampton Street, Strand.

Tylor, Professor E. B., F.R.S., The Museum House, Oxford.

29. Rutland.

[Nil.]