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THE JACKSON AND VAN BUREN PAPERS, William MacDonald ...
THE AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Nathaniel Paine ..
PROCEED IN G. S.
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING, APRIL 26, 1905, AT THE HALL OF THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY IN BOSTON.
THE meeting was called to order by the President, the Hon. STEPHEN SALISBURY.
The following members were present:
Edward E. Hale, Nathaniel Paine, Stephen Salisbury, Samuel A. Green, Edward L. Davis, James F. Hunnewell, Edward H. Hall, Albert H. Hoyt, Charles C. Smith, Edmund M. Barton, Franklin B. Dexter, Charles A. Chase, Samuel S. Green, Andrew McF. Davis, Solomon Lincoln, Daniel Merriman, Reuben Colton, Henry H. Edes, George E. Francis, J. Phinney Baxter, G. Stanley Hall, Charles P. Greenough, Francis H. Dewey, Carroll D. Wright, William T. Forbes, George H. Haynes, Charles L. Nichols, Waldo Lincoln, Edward S. Morse, John Noble, Austin S. Garver, A. Lawrence Rotch, Samuel Utley, E. Harlow Russell, Benjamin T. Hill, Edmund A. Engler, Alexander F. Chamberlain, William MacDonald, Roger B. Merriman, Victor H. Paltsits, Daniel B. Updike.
The report of the Council was presented by Judge SAMUEL UTLEY and ANDREw McFARLAND DAvis, A.M., of Cambridge. The latter read a paper, entitled, “Emergent Treasury-Supply in Massachusetts in Early Days.”
Judge WILLIAM T. FoRBEs of Worcester said, that in the records at the Registry of Deeds in Worcester, he 1