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In concluding this Report the Council feel gratified in calling the attention of the Society to the fact that among the new Subscriptions received during the past year is one from the Library of Congress at Washington. At a moment of so much anxiety in reference to the public relations between Great Britain and the United States, it is delightful to notice this honourable proof of the interest felt by America in the progress of our historical studies. English history is, indeed, a branch of literature in which both countries have a peculiar and a common interest. Descended from common ancestors, Great Britain and America ought ever to unite to keep alive the memory of the great and good deeds of forefathers in whose glories they both participate.
Signed by order of the Council,
Thomas Amyot, Director.
REPORT OF THE AUDITORS,
Dated 29th April, 1846.
We, the Auditors appointed to audit the Accounts of the Camden Society, report to the Society, that the Treasurer has exhibited to us an account of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Society, from the 30th April, 1845, to the 29th April, 1846, and that we have examined the said accounts, with the vouchers thereto relating, and find the same to be correct and satisfactory.
And we further report that the following is an accurate Abstract of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Society during the period we have mentioned.
An ABSTRACT of the RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE of THE CAMDEN SOCIETY, from the 30th April, 1845, to the 29th April, 1846.
£. I. d.
Paid for the purchase of £h\ 18*.
Paid for printing and paper of l ,250
Long Parliament" 143 11 6
The like of 1,250 copies of" Bram
ston's Autobiography" 288 16 6
The like of 1,250 copies of " Perth
Correspondence" 93 18 6
Paid for binding 1200 copies of
The like for 1,200 copies of " Bram
ston's Autobiography" 57 12 0
Paid for delivery and transmission
Lists of Members, &c 36 1 3
Paid for Transcripts, &c. connected
One year's payment for keeping
And we, the Auditors, further state, that the Treasurer has reported to us that, over and above the present balance of £418 19*. 6d. there are outstanding various subscriptions of Foreign Members, of Members resident in places distant from London, and of Members recently elected, which the Treasurer sees no reason to doubt will be shortly received.
Given under our hands this 29th day of April, 1846,
S. 11. Maitland. W. D. Cooper. Geo. R. Corner.
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