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Appendix (B) to Museum and Library Committee's Report. STATEMENT RESPECTING THE ART EXHIBITION.

Family Tickets sold at

Single Tickets Admissions at Admissions at Admissions at 5s. each. sold at 2s.6d.

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0 £42 5 1
Total receipts (including small amounts of “excess receipts” on several days) £42 5 1
Total payments
For carriage of parcels, Advertisements, Van from Liverpool, and Railway Insur-
ance, Attendants, workmen fitting up, &c.*

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16 17 1 Donation from M. C. Jones

5 2 11

£22 0 0 Net proceeds

* Mr. D. P. Owen kindly made no charge for printing, but received the first Seven Years' Volumes of the Montgomeryshire Collections instead. The arrangement benefited this fund £3 15s., the amount received for Catalogues.

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OBITUARY OF MEMBERS OF THE POWYS-LAND CLUB.

1869. Jan. 29. CHARLES THOMAS WOOSNAM, Esq., Newtown. May 23.

EDWARD WILLIAMS, Esq., Lloran House, Oswestry. 1870. May 15. Major-General CHARLES THOMAS EDWARD HINDE, late of

Plas Madoc, Denbighshire. Oct. 30. Rev. John EDWARDS, M.A., Rector of Newtown ; Member

of the Council. Nov. 16. Rev. HARRY LONGUEVILLE JONES, M.A., Editor of Archæo

logia Cambrensis.
He contributed an article to our third volume on “ The

Antiquities of Montgomeryshire."
1871.
Feb. 26. Sir BALDWIN LEIGHTON, Bart., Loton Park, Salop.
Mar. 3. EDWARD EVANS, Esq., Thorneloe House, Worcester.
Mar. 24. PRYCE BUCKLEY WILLIAMS, Esq., Pennant; Member of the

Council.
April 24.

GEORGE WOOSNAM, Esq., Newtown.
June 21. WILLIAM PRYCE YEARSLEY, Esq., Welshpool.
July 23.

ARTHUR JAMES JOHNES, Esq., Garthmyl.
Dec. 5. JOHN PRYCE DREW, Esq., Milford House, Newtown;

Member of the Council.
Dec. 12. Rev. JOSEPH JONES, R.C. Church, Welshpool.

1872. April 28.

ROBERT MAURICE BONNOR MAURICE, Esq., Bod ynfol. Sept. 4. Rev. ROBERT JOHN HARRISON, M. A., Caerhowel.

1873.
Nov. 13. JOHN GOUGH NICHOLS, Esq., F.S.A., Holmwood Park,

Dorking
He published in the Herald and Genealogist an elaborate

review of the paper in the first vol. of the Montgomery-
shire Collections, entitled The Feodal Barons of Powys,
and presented to the club 250 copies, which were issued

with vol. ii, Mont. Coll. 1874. April 10. ROBERT DEVEREUX HARRISON, Esq., Fronllwyd, Welshpool. Nov. 25. R. H. STURKEY, Esq., Meifod. .

1875. Aug. 11, EDWARD WILLIAMS, Esq., of Neuadd feben, Talgarth. Nov. 4. Thomas Bowen, Esq., Welshpool, Honorary Treasurer of

the Club since its commencement in 1867.

The Powys-LAND CLUB exchange publications with the

following Literary Societies, viz.:

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Royal Institution, Edinburgh.

The British Archaeological Association, 32, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London.

The Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 16, New Burlington Street.

The Cambrian Archaeological Association, 37, Great Queen Street.

The Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland. Rev. J. Graves, Inisnag, Stoneyford, Kilkenny.

The Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Royal Institution, Liverpool.

The London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, University College, Gower Street, London.

The Surrey Archaeological Society, 8, Danes' Inn, Strand, London.

The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Society, Fairless Barber, Esq., F.S.A., Castlehill, Rastrick, near Brighouse.

The Chester Archaeological Society, Chester.

The Shropshire and North Wales Natural History Society, Henry Johnson, Esq., M.D., Shrewsbury.

Summary of the Montgomeryshire Collectionsissued by the Powys-land Club, since its commencement on

1st October, 1867.

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1 October, 1867. 1 October, 1867.

1 April, 1868. 1 October, 1868. 1 October, 1868.

Oct.,

1 April, 1869. 1 October, 1869. | 1 October, 1869.

Nov.,

1 April, 1870. 1 October, 1870. 1 October, 1870.

Nov.,

1 April, 1871. 1 October, 1871. 1 October, 1871,

Nov.,

1 April, 1872. 1 October, 1872. 1 October, 1872.

I.
II.

III,
Supplement.

IV.

V.
Supplement.

VI.

VII.
Supplement
VIII.

IX.
Supplement.

X.

V.

Nov.,

1 April, 1873. 1 October, 1873. 1 October, 1873.

Nov.,

1 April, 1874. 1 October, 1874. 1 October, 1874.

Dec.,

1 April, 1875. 1 October, 1875. 1 October, 1875.

Dec.,

XI.
Supplement.

XII.

XIII.
Supplement.
XIV.

XV.
Supplement.

XVI.

XVII.
Supplement.

6th Year

7th Year

VI.

8th Year

VII.

9th Year

VIII.

This year's subscription will cover the Part XVIII, to be issued

on 1st April, 1876.

Complete sets, of which there are not many more than Twenty remaining, can be supplied to New Members only, on payment of the back subscriptions.

There are a few odd parts which can be sold at 10s. 6d. each.

Fifty extra copies of Vol. viii have been printed for sale, and also for Exchange for the Publications of Literary Societies, and other books.

HERBERTIAN A.

AFTER having noticed at length the lines of the Herberts of Powis Castle, and the Herberts of Chirbury, Llyssin, Lymore, and Ribbesford, we shall proceed with the line of Herberts of Dolguog and Oakley Park, all which were united by the marriage of the member of the Herbert family, whom we shall next notice.

HENRY ARTHUR, EARL OF POWIS. Henry Arthur, Earl of Powis, may be ranked amongst the most fortunate of the Herbert family, but he also possessed the judgment and tact which enabled him to improve every opportunity of advancement or distinction.

Hewas descended from Matthew Herbert, of Dolguog, in Montgomeryshire, M.P. for Monmouthshire, in the fifth year of Queen Elizabeth, and second son of Edward Herbert, sheriff of Montgomeryshire in 1557, who married Anne, daughter of Charles Fox, Esq., of Oakley Park, near Ludlow; and he was great grandson, through his grandmother Florence, to Richard, second Lord Herbert of Chirbury. He was the son of Francis Herbert, of Dolguog, Montgomeryshire, and of Oakley Park, Salop, and of Dorothy, daughter of John Oldbury, Esq., of London, merchant.

Although born a private gentleman, he was favoured with three several patents of nobility, the last of which, in 1749, included his brother and cousin in its limitations, and he became Lord Lieutenant of two counties, and held offices in the administration of the government.

While a commoner, he served in three parliaments for VOL. VIII.

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