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+Owen, D. C. Lloyd, Esq., M.D., 18, Newhall Street, Birmingham +Owen, David Pryce, Esq., Broad Street, Welshpool Owen, Mrs., Glansevern, Welshpool *+Owen, Rev. Elias, B.A., Trinity Church, Oswestry Owen, George, Esq., Plas Issa, Oswestry Owen, Rev. R. Trevor, M.A., Vicarage, Llangedwin Owen, Rev. Thomas, M.A., Leaton Bridge, Stourbridge *Owen, T. Morgan, Esq., Storrington College, Sussex

*+Powis, the Earl of, Powis Castle, Welshpool (President)
+ Parker, Rev. F. W., Rectory, Montgomery
+ Parker, W. T., Esq., Severn Street, Welshpool
Parry, Love Jones, Esq., F.S.A., Madryn Castle, Pwllheli
ŠPerrott, Robert Simcocks, Esq., Bronhyddon, Llansantffraid

Powell, Evan, Esq., Severnside, Newtown
+Powell, Samuel, Esq., Severn Street, Welshpool
+ Powell, Washington Bleddyn, Esq., No. 350, South Forth Street,

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Powys, Bransby William, Esq., 38, Russell Square, London Price, Lewis R., Esq., 115, St. George's Square, London, S.W. +*Price, Benjamin, Esq., Garthfawr Farm, Llanidloes #Pritchard, Rev. David Pritchard, Ceniarth, Machynlleth Pryce, Mrs., Gunley, Chirbury if Pryce, Elijah, Esq., Plasgwyn, Prince's Park, Liverpool Pryce, Thomas, Esq., Whitehall, Batavia +Pryce, Robert Davies, Esq., Cyffronydd, Welshpool *Pugh, Wm. Buckley, Esq., Dolfor Hall, Kerry, and Patrington, Hull Pughe, David Robert, Esq., County Coroner, Machynlleth

+Read, Offey Malcolm Crewe, Esq., Llandinam Hall, Llanidloes
Richards, Thomas, Esq., 37, Great Queen Street, London
Roberts, Rev. Richard, M.A., Vicarage, Amlwch, Anglesea
+Rowlands, William, Esq., Welshpool
+Rutter, Thomas, Esq., Knighton, Radnorshire

Sudeley, The Lord, Toddington, Gloucestershire (Vice-President)
St. Asaph, The Bishop of, The Palace, St. Asaph (Vice-President)
Shrewsbury, The R. C. Bishop of, Belmont, Salop
Salt, George Moultrie, Esq., Salop
Salusbury, Rev. George Augustus, M.A., Westbury Rectory, Salop
*Sandford, Rev. George, M.A., Eldon Vicarage, Sheffield
Savin, Thomas, Esq., Oswestry
Slaughter, Rev. Edward, St. Mary's, Old Bidston Road, Birkenhead
+Smith, Charles Perin, Esq., Trenton, New Jersey, U.S. America
Smith, J. Russell, Esq., 36, Soho Square, London
Sotheran, Henry, Esq., 136, Strand, London
Sturkey, R. H., Esq., The Pentre Meifod, Welshpool (deceased)
tiSturkey, Thomas, Esq., Newtown
Swithinbank, J. E., Esq., LL.D., Tynemouth Lodge, Anerley,

London, S.E.

Taylor, The Rev. A. L., The Grammar School, Ruabon Temple, Rev. R., M.A., Glanbrogan, Oswestry *t'Thomas, Rev. D. R., M.A., Rectory, Cefn, St. Asaph Tompson, Rev. F. H., M.A., Vicarage, Chirk Tracy, the Hon. C. D. Hanbury, M.P., Gregynog, Newtown tTrevor, E. R. S., Esq., Penylan Hall, Welshpool Trinity College Library, Cambridge (Rev. R. Sinker, M.A., Librarian) Tudor, Owen Davies, Esq., 2, Collingham Road, South Kensington, London tTurnbull, James, Esq., M.D., Rodney Street, Liverpool t{Turner, Rev. J. J., M.A., Welshpool

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:Wynn, Sir Watkin Williams, Bart., M.P., Wynnstay, Ruabon (VicePresident) **Wynne, W. W. E., Esq., F.S.A., Peniarth, Towyn (Vice-President) *t:Walker, David, Esq., Architect, Liverpool +:Wilding, William, Esq., Town Clerk, Montgomery :Williams, Rev. Canon David, Castle-Caerinion Rectory, Welshpool Williams, Edward, Esq., Ebnal Lodge, Oswestry Williams, Edward, Esq., Neuadd feben, Talgarth (deceased) tWilliams, Rev. John, M.A., Rectory, Newtown *Williams, Rev. Canon Robert, M.A., Rectory, Llanfyllin **Williams, Rev. Canon Robert, M.A., Rectory, Rhyd-y-Croesau, Oswest **:Williams, Richard, Esq., Celynog, Newtown *Williams, Rev. W. Maddock, M.A., Barncote, Reigate Hill, Reigate Withy, William, Esq., Golfa, Welshpool Wright, Philip, Esq., Mellington Hall, Churchstoke, Montgomery +:Wynn, Charles Watkin Williams, Esq., M.P., Coed-y-Maen, Welshpool Wynne, Mrs. Brownlow, Garthewin, near Abergele

NEw MEMBERs (since October 1st, 1875).

Broadstock, T. J., Esq., Wolverhampton +:Curling, Mrs., Brookland Hall, Welshpool

Field, Rev. Augustus, M.A., Pool Quay Vicarage, near Welshpool

Williams, Rees Buckley, Esq., Glyn Cógen, Berriew.




The Eighth Annual Meeting of the PowYS-LAND CLUB was held on Monday, the 5th October, at 3 o'clock, p.m., in the new Library, on which occasion an Art Exhibition was held.

The new Library is erected on the land behind the Museum cottage, and lying between the Museum and Red Lane, Welshpool, and communicating with the Museum, but having a separate entrance from Red Lane. It is a room 30 feet long and 26 feet wide, and of a good height. Further particulars of its erection, &c., will appear in the Museum Committee's Report, appended.

The attendance of Members was large. The following Members were present :-Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart., one of the VicePresidents of the Club; Richard Edward Jones, Esq., High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire ; Archdeacon Ffoulkes ; Major Corbett, of Vaynor Park ; John Dugdale, Esq., of Llwyn ; William Fisher, Esq., of Maesfron, Robert John Harrison, Esq., of Caerhowel ; George Devereux Harrison, Esq., Deputy Clerk of the Peace; Rev. J. E. Hill, Vicar of Welshpool ; Edwin Hilton, Esq., of Glynhireth; Abraham Howell, Esq., of Rhiewport; Arthur Charles Humphreys, Esq. ; Thomas Brettell Barrett, Esq., of Welshpool ; Edward Breeze, Esq., F.S.A., of Portmadoc; Thomas Edye, Esq., of London ; Joseph Humphreys, Esq., of Shrewsbury; Morris Paterson Jones, Esq., of Liverpool; Thomas Simpson Jones, Esq., of Trinity College, Cambridge ; Rev. John Judge, of Leighton ; Stanley Leighton, Esq., of Sweeney Hall ; Rev. Robert Jones, of Rotherhithe; Rev. D. Phillips Lewis, Vicar of Guilsfield ; Rev. John Lewis, M.A., Vicar of Buttington; Henry Lloyd, Esq., of Dolobran ; Rev. E. Matthews, of Llandisilio; John Mickleburgh, of Montgomery ; Rev. Elias Owen, of Caersws; T. Morgan Owen, Esq., one of H.M. Inspectors of Schools; Rev. F. W. Parker, Rector of Montgomery ; Love Jones-Parry, Esq., F.S.A., of Madryn Castle ; Samuel Powell, Esq., of Welshpool : Benjamin Price, Esq., of Garthfawr Llanidloes, Thomas Rutter, Esq., of Knighton; Thomas Sturkey, Esq., of Newtown; Mrs. Vaughan, of Dolanog, William Wilding, Esq., of Montgomery; Rev. Canon D. Williams, of Castle Caerinion; Rev. Canon R. Williams, of Rhydycroesau ; and Richard Williams, of Newtown; and Morris Charles Jones, Esq., of Gungrog, Honorary Secretary. There were also present a large number of ladies and gentleman, not members of the Club.

In the absence of the President, the Earl of Powis, in consequence of family bereavement, the Chair was taken by Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart., one of the Vice-Presidents of the Club.

The following report was then read by Mr. Morris P. Jones, for the Secretary:

REpoRT of the General Committee to the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Powys-land Club.

The completion of the eighth year of the Club's existence occurs under favourable circumstances. The number of its Members is larger than ever it was. Two Members have died during the year —R. H. Sturkey, Esq., and Edward Williams, Esq., of Talgarth; two have resigned ; twenty-four have joined the Club, which now numbers 179 Members. The Committee is glad to report that the MS. already in hand, is sufficient to fill at least half of the new part, and several new subjects have been announced, which will probably continue the supply. The finances are in a very satisfactory state. The opening of the Powys-land Art Exhibition this day renders it inexpedient to prolong this Report, and, therefore, the Committee content themselves with congratulating the Club on the general prosperity of its affairs. A new rule is to be prepared, in order to comply with the requirements of the Registrar of Friendly Societies, whose certificate is necessary under the Act 6 and 7 Vic., c. 36,-an Act to exempt from county and borough, parochial, and other local rates, land and other buildings occupied by scientific and literary societies. The 17th rule is to the same effect as the one recommended to be adopted, but the Registrar requires the rule to be in the words of the Act. Two alterations in the rules of the Museum and Library will also be proposed—the one to make the Museum more freely open to the public, and the other to make the books in the Library open gratuitously to the public under suitable regulations. This is proposed with a view of qualifying the Library for a grant of books which are required to be open to the public.

An abstract of the following statement of the Hon. Treasurer's account was then read. (See pp. xxviii and xxix.)

The Powys-Land Club in account with Thomas Bowen, Esq.,

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To Cash paid as follows :-
Paid accounts for internal fittings of

Mr. Rule's Bill

£91 10 9
Other fittings

27 10 8

119 1 5

35 2 3 59 2 3 57 4 1

„ Mr. Richards for printing Report of Meeting, and

Supplementary Part
Ditto for printing Part XVI
Ditto for printing Part XVII
Paid for drawing and lithographing Illustrations,

printing circulars and covers, Reporter at Meet

ing, etc.
Paid for Carriage of parcels from Mr. Richards of

Report and Parts XVI and XVII, and postage
of same to Members; also of back parts to new
Members ; postage of circulars, collecting sub-

scriptions, and remitting same. Balance carried down

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