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ANNUAL REPORT, 26tH NOVEMBER, 1889.

363

36. Waewickshieb.

Birmingham Library, care of E. Scarse, Esq., Librarian, Union Street,

Birmingham. Birmingham Free Library, care of D. Mnllins, Esq., Chief Librarian, Ratcliffe

Place, Birmingham. Caddick, E., Wellington Road, Edgbaston. Hitchman, John, Oak Villa, Acocks Green, near Birmingham. Willington, J. R., 24, Heath Terrace, Leamington. Wood, R. H., Penrhos House, Rugby.

37. Westmoreland.

[Nil.]

38. Wiltshire. [Nil.]

39. Worcestershire.

Allsopp, Hon. A. P., Hindlip Hall, near Worcester. Jones, J. J., Abberly Hall, Stourport.

40. Yorkshire.

Backhouse, James, West Bank, York.

Bethell, William, Rise Park, Hull.

Gutch, Mrs., Holgate Lodge, York.

Hailstone, Edward, Walton Hall, Wakefield.

Hull Subscription Library, Hull. '*

Jackson, Rev. F. W., Bolton Percy, Tadcaster.

Middlesborough Free Library, per R. L. Kirby, Esq., Treas., Linthorpe, Middles- borough.

Rowley, Walter, Alderhill, Meanwood, Leeds.

Williamson, Rev. C. A., M.A., care of Mrs. Stephenson, Paradise Villas, Long- wood, Huddersfield.

Wurtzburg, J. H., Clavering House, 2, De Greys Road, Leeds.

45. North Wales. Owen, Rev. Elias, Efenechtyd Rectory, Ruthin.

46. South Wales.

Harris, W. C, Main Street, Pembroke. Ilartland, E. S., Beresford House, Swansea. Traheme, G. M., Coedriglan, Cardiff.

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