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Trust Funds. 1878.

Dr.

£6,428 11 2

Cr.

Scientific Relief Fund.

New 3 per Cent. Annuities
Metropolitan 3} Consols

£ 8. d.
6,328 11 2

100 0 0

Balance
Dividends

£ d.
229 12 9
190 3 10

By Grants
Expenses
Balance

£ 8. d. 250 0 0

5 0 169 11 7

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Bakerian and Copley Medal Fund.
£403 9s. 8d. New 2) per Cent.

$. d.
73 0 1 By Gold Medal
9 18 4 Bakerian Lecture and Expenses

Balance

To Balance Dividends

£ 8. d. 4 15 1 4 4 3 73 19 1

Wintringham Fund.

£1,200 Consols.
£ 8. d.
35 11 0 By Payment to Foundling Hospital, 1878
35 8 0 Balance

To Balance, 1877 Dividends, 1878

£ $. d. 35 11 0 35 8 0

Rumford Fund.
£2,322 19s. Consols.

8. d.
68 16 6 Balance
68 10 7

Balance, 1877.
Dividond, 1878

8. d.
137 7 1

£137 7 1

£82 18 5

£82 18 5

£70 190

£70 19 0

To one-fifth of Rent of Estate at Lambeth Hill, payable

by the College of Physicians.. The Gassiot Trust. £10,000 Italian Irrigation Bonds.

Croonian Lecture Fund. £ 8. d. 2 19 3 By Croonian Lecture

£ $. d. 2 193

Davy Medal Fund. £660 Madras Guaranteed 5 per Cent. Railway Stock.

£ 8. d.
246 3 5 By Dies and Fittings
32 8 11

Gold Medals
Balance

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To Balance Dividends

£ 48 1 60 1 0 170 7 3

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£278 12 4

£278 12 4

£ 8. d.
236 0 0 By Payments to Kew Committee..
495 15 3

Bonds bought 234 10 0 Balance

8. d.

To Balance
Dividends
Bonds drawn

E
495 15 3
179 100
291 0 0

£966 5

3

£966 5 3

. The Jodrell Fund. £6,221 14s. ld. New 3 per Cent. Stock.

$. d. 183 10 9 By Payment to Royal Society

£ 8. d. 183 10 9

Divideuds, 1878

The Handley Fund. £5,898 28. 5d. Reduced 3 per Cent. Stock.

£ 8. d.
405 18 11 By Payment to Royal Society, 1877
173 19 11

1878
Balunce of Capital Account

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Balance, 1877 Dividends, 1878

438 17

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Account of Grants from the Donation Fund in 1877-78.

£200 0 0

50 0 0

For Illustrations for the Naturalists' (Transit of Venus)

Reports
J. Evans, for Exploration of Caves in Borneo..
J. E. H. Gordon, for continuation of Researches on the

Specific Inductive Capacity of Dielectrics
W. R. Hodgkinson, for an Investigation on the Action of

Ethylbenzol Acetate upon acetic, butyric, and iso-
butyric Ethers

25 0 0

25 0 0

£300 0 0

Account of the appropriation of the sum of £1,000 (the Govern

ment Grant) annually voted by Parliainent to the Royal Society, to be employed in aiding the advancement of Science (continued from Vol. XXVI, p. 457).

1878. 1. W. Ramsay, for Apparatus to be employed in a Research into the Action of Light and Heat in Decomposing Hydriodic and Hydrobromic Acids, with a view to compare the action of Heat and Light....

£30 2. J. H. Poynting, to determine the Mean Density of the Earth by means of an Ordinary Balance in place of the Torsion Balance, and to Investigate means to very greatly increase the Accuracy of the Balance ....

150 3. Captain Abney, for registering the Intensity of the Spectrum of Daylight

50 4. Dr. Duncan and P. Sladen, for Publication of a Monograph of the Arctic Echinodermata, especially those of Smith's Sound and to the North

60 5. Bevan Lewis, for a Research into the Histology of the Cerebral Cortex in Man and the higher Mammalia, with especial reference to the Motor Area as defined by Professor Ferrier .... 15

6. D. Mackintosh, for aid in tracking Streams of Erratic Blocks from their Parent Rocks, to ascertain the Character of the Drift Deposits with which they are associated ......

25 7. W. C. Williamson, for continuation of Researches into the Fossil Plants of the Coal Measures

30

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£360 8. Professor Lankester, for the Investigation of the LifeHistory and Specific Forms of Bacteria ; the Relation of Special Forms to Special Putrefactive and other Physiological Activities; and the Generic and Specific Distinctions...

40 9. A. Wynter Blyth, for continuation of Researches into the Chemical Constitution of the Poison of the Cobra de Capello .. 20

10. M. M. Pattison Muir, for Investigation of the Chemical Nature of Essential Oil of Sage, and the Determination of the Chemical and Physical Constituents of this Oil

30 11. A. Macfarlane, for Apparatus to continue and extend an exact experimental Research into the Conditions of Passage of the Disruptive Discharge of Electricity

50 12. W. Crookes, for continuing his Researches connected with Repulsion resulting from Radiation

200 13. Professor Church, for continuation of Researches in Plant Chemistry ...

50 14. E. Neison, for Computations in the Lunar Theory

75 15. G. J. Stoney, for completing a Spectroscope of great Aperture and continuing his Experiments on the Motions in Gases

10016. B. Stewart, for analysing the Records of Magnetic Decli

75 17. Baron Ettingshausen, for travelling expenses, and maintenance in England during the preparation of a Monograph on the Eocene Flora of Great Britain.....

50

nation ....

£1050

Cr. . d.

8.

1050 00

Dr.

d. To Balance on hand, Nov. 30,

By Appropriations, as 1877

1015 13 6 above ..... Grant from Treasury, 1878 1000 0 0 Printing, Postage, and Repayments.

Advertising R. H. Scott, balance £35 00

Balance on hand, Nov. W. Ramsay 30 0 0

30, 1878

65 0 0 Interest..

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