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1854 MʻIlveen, Alexander, Princip. Mech. Inst., 9, Sandon-terrace. 1852 Macleod, Norman, Practical Examiner of Masters and Mates, Sailors'
Home, and 8, Peel-street. 1853 McNicholl, Thos., 32, Crown-street. 1853 Marrat, Frederick Price, 15, White Mill-street. 1848 Marshall, Buchanan, M.D.Glasgow, 29, Islington-terrace. 1839 Martin, Studley, Exchange-chambers, and 3, Chesterfield-street. 1844 Mayer, Joseph, F.S.A., F.R.As.S., F.E.S., &c., 68, Lord-street. 1854 Melly, George, 7, Water-street, and 5, Bedford-street South. 1854 Millward, Charles, 2, Franklin-terrace, Whitfield-road, Everton. 1853 Milner, Rev. J. W., M.A., 1, Devonshire-terrace, Upper Parliament-street. 1854 Mitchell, Thomas R., M.D., 166, Duke-street. 1855 Morton, George H., 5, London-road. 1849 Moss, Rev. John James, B.A., Otterspool, and Acton, Nantwich. 1850 Mott, Albert Julius, South Castle-street, and 41, Prospect-vale, Fairfield. 1854 Mott, Charles Grey, 9, Exchange-alley North
1834 Neill, Hugh, L.R.C.S.E., F.R.A.S., 115, Mount-pleasant. 1851 Newlands, James, Borough Engineer, 2, Cornwallis-street, and 2,
Clare-terrace, Duke-street North, Edge-hill. 1847 Nisbet, William, L.Fac.P. and S.G., Church-street, Egremont.
1853 Pearse, W. H., M.D., 1, Upper Parliament-street. 1846 Picton, James Allanson, F.S.A., 19, Clayton-square, and Sandy-knore,
Wavertree. 1853 Porter, Rev. James, M.A. Fell. St. Pet. Cantab., Collegiate Institution. 1854 Potts, Frederick, Chester. 1854 Prange, F., 12, Dale-street, and 2, Grove Park, Lodge-lane.
1854 Puckle, George Hall, M.A. St. John's Cantab., Windermere. 1850 Ramsay, Rev. Arthur, M.A. Trin. Coll. Cantab., Hayman's Green,
West Derby. 1844 Ramsay, Peter, M.D.St.And., F.R.C.P.E., M.R.C.S.E., Surg. R.N., 69,
Chatham-street. 1812 Rathbone, Richard, 24, Water-street, and Woodcote, Aigburth-road. 1812 Rathbone, William, 24, Water-street, and Greenbank, Wavertree. 1851 Redish, Joseph Carter, 16a, Fenwick-street. 1854 Rees, William, 2, West Derby-street. 1854 Rigge, Thomas, 1, Union-court, Castle-street, and 64, Rodney-street. 1840 Robberds, Rev. John, B.A., 4, High-park-street, Toxteth-park. 1854 Roberts, John, 53, Hope-street. 1853 Rowe, James, 2, Chapel-walks, and Eaton Cottage, Woolton-road,
Wavertree. 1850 Ryder, James O., 1, Fenwick-street, and 39, Falkner-square.
1836 Salt, Charles Frederick, 88, Upper Canning-street. 1845 Sansom, Thomas, A.L.S., Revenue-buildings, and 7, Everton-road. 1846 Scholfield, Henry Daniel, M.D.Oxon, M.R.C.S.E., 14, Hamilton-square,
Birkenhead. 1853 Shain, James Miller, M.R.C.S.E., 4, Monument-place, London-road. 1854 Slack, Henry W., M.R.C.S.E., 111, Dale-street. 1812 Smith, James Houlbrooke, 28, Rodney-street, and Green-hill, Allerton. 1848 Smith, John Peter George, Borough Bank, Water-street, and Spring.
bank, 47, Breck-road, Everton. 1853 Sommers, John Augustus, M.R.C.S.E., 17, Hunter-street. ' 1855 Taylor, John Stopford, M.D.Aberd., M.R.C.S.E., 23, Springfield.
Opthalm. Med. Liverp. Sch. of Med., Percy-street.
Sailors' Home, and 33, Great George-square. 1844 Turnbull, James, M.D.Edin., Phys. Liverp. Roy. Infirm., 4, Mornington
terrace. 1844 Vose, James Richard White, M.D.Edin., Sen. Phys. Liverp. Roy.
Infirmary, 5, Gambier-terrace. 1844 Walmasley, Joshua, 50, Lord-street. 1849 Watling, John William Henry, M.R.C.S.E., Wavertree.
4 Winstanley, Samuel, Church-street, and 2, Gambier-terrace. 1855 Wybergh, John, jun., Clerk to Magistrates, Sessions-house, and Church
road, Seaforth. $36 Yaniewicz, Felix, 60, Mount-pleasant. ? Yates, Joseph Brooks, F.S.A., M.R.G.S., M.P.S., 25, King-street, and
W est Dingle. 1834 Yates, Richard Vaughan, 31, Brunswick-street, and The Shrubbery,
Ole. The proposals of the following Gentlemen lie before the Society: ssrs. Alfred North, Joseph Goodwin, W. W. Rundell, W. G. Wilks, and
HELD AT THE ROYAL INSTITUTION, OCTOBER 16, 1854.
JOSEPH DICKINSON, M.D., F.R.S., &c., PRESIDENT, in the Chair.
The Annual Report (vide p. 2) was unanimously adopted.
The new Council and Office-bearers were balloted for—the Rev. H. H. Higgins, M.A., Rev. John Robberds, B.A., John B. Edwards, Ph.D., John Brewer, Esq., Barrister at Law, and Thomas C. Archer, Esq., being recommended by the retiring Council,—and the following gentlemen were elected* :
• During the Session the following changes took place :-Isaac Byerley, Esq , appointed Treasurer, vice J. P. G. Smith, Esq.; William Ihne, Esq., Ph.D., appointed Vice-Presi. dent, vice Thomas Inmau, Esq., M.D., retired from the Council; Swinton Boult, Esq., elected by the Council in the room of Dr. Inman.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE RETIRING COUNCIL.
them, thnas made a cession the hers, viz, . H. Pe
In surrendering into the hands of the members the trust reposed in them, the Council congratulate the Society on the progressive advancement it has made during its forty-ihird Session.
During the past Session the following gentlemen have been added to the list of Ordinary Members, viz. :— Messrs. A. Baldey, J. A. Sommers, J. M. Shain, H. Greenwood, H. H. Pearse, M.D., T. C. Archer, Rev. J. Porter, B.A., T. McNicholl, Joseph Godden, J. Keates, J. Jones, W. Bennett, W. Rees, W. Lidderdale, R. Gee, V.D., F. D. Fletcher, F. Prange, Rev. W. Banister, B.A., George Melley, J. Rigge, G. W. Bahr, J. B. Aspinall, C. G. Mott, and C. Kirwan ; and to the list of Corresponding Members, the Rev. James Booth, L.L.D., F.R.S., &c., late President of this Society, has been added.
The Council, with great regret, report the removal by death of Mr. W. B. Falcon, Mr. H. Thorpe, and Mr. J. Focke ; also Mr. Charles Barber, President of the Liverpool Academy, a gentleman who, during a connection of nearly thirty years with this Society, gained alike the respect of its members by his consistent and able support of its objects, and their warm regard, by the manly virtues of his personal character.
Resignations have been received from Messrs. J. Grimaldi, J. M. Banner, James Dowie, T. Reay, R. Lowndes, C. C. Chambers, Edward Higgin, Edward Banner, T. Avison, Robert Shute, Joseph Boult, and R. G. Williams.
The names of Messrs. James Harvey, Edward Kemp, and George Padley, have been removed from the list of members under the operation of the second law.
The Society now numbers 204 members—137 ordinary, and 67 corresponding.
The following Papers have been read during the Session, many of which will appear in full in the forthcoming volume of Proceedings, namely:
“ The Geographical Distribution of Testaceous Mollusca in the North-east Atlantic and Neighbouring Seas,” by R. McAndrew, Esq., F.R.S., F.L.S., V.P.,
“ The most marked Development of the Arts promoted by War,” bg Joseph Boult, Esq.
“On Great Circle Sailing,” by J. T. Towson, Esq. " On English Dialects," by the Rev. Dr. Hume, “Critique on the · Paradise Lost' of Milton,” by W. Ihne, Ph.D.