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1932; Proceedings of Harvard University relating to disturbances there, 1834.
President Quincy. Constitution and By-Laws of Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 1836 ; Discourse at Seventh Anniversary of Horticultural Society, 1835, by John L. Russell.
The Society Vita B. Aug. Hermanni Franchi, &c. edited by Samuel Mather, 1733; A Brief Inquiry into the Ancient Constitution of England, by James Tyrrell, Esq. London, 1695.
N. Mitchell, Esq. Letters against immediate abolition of Slavery, by William Sullivan, L.L. D.; Fourth Annual Report of Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, 1836 ; Twelfth Report of the French and Foreign Bible Society, (in French) 1835 ; Tenth Annual Report of Prison Discipline Society, 1835 ; Letter to the friends of Temperance in Massachusetts, 1836, by Rev. Justin Edwards, D. D.; Address before Massachusetts State Temperance Society, 1835, by Rev. Samuel K. Lathrop ; Eighth Report of American Temperance Society, 1835 ; Convention Sermon, by Rev. John S. Stone, 1835; Discourse before Fraternity of Churches, by Dr. Channing, 1835; Speech of Hon. Samuel Hoar, on the subject of Slavery, 1936 ; Annual Report of Harvard University, 1834-5.
Rev. A. Young
I. P. Davis, Esq.
J. Farmer, Esq. Discourse at Washington before the American Historical Society, 1836, by the Hon. Lewis Cass, President. Hon. Mr. Webster.
Election Sermon, 1836, by Rev. A. Bigelow. The Author.
April 28.-Dr. John Lothrop's Discourse at a public lecture, 1797;
Melvin Lord. Centennial Discourse, by S. M. Worcester, at Salem, 1835.
The Author. Annals of Portsmouth, by Nathaniel Adams, to 1835.
Rev. J. B. Felt. Hon. Lewis Cass' Discourse before American Historical Society, 1836 ; Nineteenth Report of the American Asylum, 1835.
Gov. Everett. Rev. Mr. Francis' History of Watertown, 1830; Proceedings of Convention of Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts, 1795 ; Rev. Mr. Rand's Ordination Sermon (of C. Turner) Duxbury, 1755 ; Rev. Elijah Brown's Ordination Sermon (of Z. Sanger) Duxbury, 1776.
Rev. Mr. Francis. The New Olive Branch, with other small Pamphlets.
Matthew Carey, Esq. Annual Report of Institution for the Blind ; Speeches by Mr. Har
din, Mr. Wise, Mr. Reed, Mr. Evans, Mr. Clayton, Mr. Webster, Mr. Adams, and Mr. Robbins, on the Fortification Bill, 1836.
Gov. Everett. Oration on the capture of Lord Cornwallis, at Brookfield, 1781, by Nathan Fiske, A. M.; Speech of Mr. Lawrence, in Senate of Massachusetts, 1936 ; Act of Incorporation and By-Laws of Lying in Hospital ; Annual Report of Boston Academy of Music, 1934 ; John Q. Adams' Oration on death of General La Fayette ; Manuscript by I. Mather, or Directions for Prayer and other religious subjects ; Manuscript Answers by General B. Lincoln respecting his Flour Mills.
The Corresponding Secretary. Manuscript of Philip Henry's.
Dr. Channing Fac Similes—Specimens of the first printed Bible ; Survey of Routes for Rail Road between Portsmouth and Newburyport.
Wm. Pendleton. Lithographic Map of Stowe.
Mr. Leonard Bliss. Rail Road Plan from Chelsea to Beverly.
W. H. Gardiner, Esq. The Old Indian Chronicle, by S. G. Drake. The Author. Mather's Magnalia, from Dr. Thomas Newell, England.
Col. T. H. Perkins. A case of Dr. B. Franklin's matrices for printing types (from W. J. Duane, Esq.)
I. P. Davis, Esq. May.—A Centennial Address, delivered at Hingham, Sept. 8, 1835, by Solomon Lincoln, Esq.
The Author. A Discourse before the American Historical Society at Washington, Jan. 30, 1836, by Hon. Lewis Cass ; Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury on the Cultivation of Cotton, &c. Hon. James Savage.
Account of Sweden, 1694 ; Rev. Samuel Cook's Election Sermon, 1770; Rev. John Hancock's do. 1772. Mr. Seth Chandler.
Rev. Wm. P. Lunt's Sermon at the Installation of Rev. George Whitney, Feb. 10, 1836.
Rev. George Whitney. A Discourse before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on the Private Life and Domestic Habits of William Penn, April 9, 1836, by J. Francis Fisher ; Annual Discourse before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on Indian Population, by B. H. Coates, 1834 ; Memoir of Thomas C. James, M. D. read to the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, by Job R. Tyson.
John Vaughan, Esq. June.--Memorias da Academia Real das Sciencias de Lisboa ; 11 vols. 1780—1831.
The Academy. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 1st and 2d parts of volume 5th.
The Society. Speech of John Q. Adams in Congress on the subject of distributing rations, &c.
Abbott Lawrence, Esq. Memorial of Francis Lieber to Congress, April, 1936.
Hon. John Davis, of Worcester. The Revised Statutes of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE LIVING ResideNT MEMBERS
OF THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY.*
When elected. John Q. Adams,
April 27, 1802. Nathan Appleton,
June 26, 1834. James T. Austin,
May 5, 1831. George Bancroft,
June 26, 1934. Gamaliel Bradford,
April 23, 1825. Rufus Choate,
June 25, 1835. John Codman,
Dorchester, July 25, 1833. Joseph Coolidge,
April 25, 1811. John Davis,
Oct. 24, 1791. Isaac P. Davis,
Aug. 24, 1830. x Alexander H. Everett, Newton, Edward Everett,
April 27, 1820. Joseph B. Felt,
Aug. 24, 1830. Convers Francis,
May 5, 1831. Samuel P. Gardner, Boston,
Aug. 24, 1824. Francis C. Gray,
Jan. 29, 1918. X Francis W. P. Greenwood,
April 23, 1825. Nathan Hale,
Jan. 27, 1920. x Thaddeus M. Harris, Dorchester, Aug. 13, 1792. y Abiel Holmes,
April 24, 1798. x Jonathan Homer,
April 30, 1799. Charles Jackson,
Aug. 29, 1815. William Jenks,
Aug. 27, 1821. John Glen King,
June 25, 1835. Alonzo Lewis,
Aug. 24, 1830. * William Lincoln,
Worcester, Jan. 26, 1832. Charles Lowell,
Aug. 29, 1815. * John Lowell,
Jan. 30, 1823. Benjamin Merrill,
Aug. 29, 1826. James C. Merrill,
April 27, 1820. Nahum Mitchell,
Aug. 25, 1818.
Jan. 28, 1819.
. * John Pickering,
re-elected. John Pierce,
Jan. 31, 1809. Josiah Quincy,
Cambridge, July 26, 1796. X Samuel Ripley,
Jan. 27, 1820. * Leverett Saltonstall, Salem,
Aug. 27, 1816. James Savage,
Jan. 28, 1813. Samuel Sewall,
Jan. 28, 1836. * A list of the Resident Members from the foundation of the Society in 1791, is contained in Vol. I. p. 237, and Vol. III. p. 408, of the third series of the Collections.
Charles W. Upham,
Joseph E. Worcester,
CORRESPONDING MEMBERS ELECTED SINCE 1832.*
Thomas Aspinwall, Esq. London,
July 25, 1833.
Bedford, N. Y.
Feb. 26, 1835.
Central America, Jan. 28, 1836.
June 30, * A complete list of the Corresponding Members is contained in Vol. I. p. 289, and Vol. III. p. 408, of the third series of the Collections.