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THE JOUENAL



HELLENIC STUDIES



THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HELLENIC STUDIES



THE JOUKNAL



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HELLENIC STUDIES



VOLUME VIII
1887



KRAUS REPRINT

Nendeln/Liechtenstein
1971



Reprinted by permission of
THE SOCIETY FOR PROMOTION OF HELLENIC STUDIES

KRAUS REPRINT

A Division of

KRAUS-THOMSON ORGANIZATION LIMITED

Nendeln/Liechtenstein

1971

Printed in Germany



CONTENTS.



PAOR

Rules of the Society xi

List of Officers and Members xix

Catalogue of the Library xxxix

Transactions of the Society — 1887 xlvii

1. A Rhytou in Form of a Sphinx. Plates LXXIL-IIL— A. S. Muuiiay. 1

2. Numismatic Commentary on Paufianias, III. Books IX. X., 1. 1-38,

Plates LXXIV. -VIII.— F. Imhoof-Blumer and P. Gaudneu . . 6

3. Excavations in Caria.— W. R. Patox 64

4. lasos.— E. L. Hicks 83

5. Two Naucratite Vases. Plate LXXIX.— E. A. Gardner 119

6. The Trial Scene in Iliad XVIII.— Walter Leaf 122

7. The Homeric Talent :-its Origin, Values, and Affinities. — W. Ridgkway 133

8. Recently Discovered Archaic Statues. — E.A.Gardner 150

9. The Lombards and Venetians in Euboia, 1303-1340.— J. B. Bury . . 194

10. An Inscription from Boeae. — E. A. Gardner 214

11. Notes on a Tour in Asia Minor. — A.H.Smith 210

12. Vases Representing the Judgment of Paris. (Note.) 2G8

13. Two Vases from Cyprus (Pis. LXXXI. and LXXXII.).— A. S. :Mri:RAY. 317

14. The Cuidian Aphrodite of Praxiteles (PI. LXXX.).— A. MiciiAF.r.is . 024

15. Inscriptions from Salonica.— D. G. Hogarth 8.'>C

16. Apollo Lemienus.— D. G. Hogarth and W. M. Ramsay 37G

17. A Thasian Decree.— E. L. Hicks 40l

18. Inscriptions from Thaso.s.—E. L. HrcKS and J. T. Bent 409

19. Itys and Aedon : a Panaitios Cylix.— J. E. HAniii.soN 439

20. Vases from Calymuos and Carpathos (PI. LXXXIII.).— W. R. Patun. 446

21. The Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia, 11.— W. M. Ramsay 461



CONTENTS.



SUPPLEMENT.

Excavations in Greece, 1886-7 269

Sculpture and Epigraphy, 1886-7 . 278

NOTICES OF ROOKS.

(A) Art and Manufacture —

Petrie's 'Naukratis' ; Reinach's ' Conseils"aux Voyageurs Arche-
ologues' ; Furtwiingler's ' Beschreibung der Vasensammlung
im Antiquarium ' ; Klein's ' Griechische Vasen mit Meister-
signaturen ' ; Klein's ' Euphronios ' ; Winter's 'Jiingere At-
tische Vasen ' ; Morgenthau's ' Zusammenhang der Bilder
auf Griechischen Vasen ' ; Schneider's ' Troische Sagenkreis ' ;
Vogel's 'Scenen Euripideischer Tragodien in Griechischen
Vast'igemalden' 286

Pettier and Reinach's ' Ndcropole de Myrina ' ; Furtwangler and
Loschcke's ' Mykenische Vasen ' ; Heydeinann's ' Jason in
Colchis ' ; Robert's ' Archiiologisehe Miirchen ' ; Urlich's
' Ueber griechisclie Kunstschriftsteller ' ; Robinson's ' De-
scriptive Catalogue of Casts at Boston ' ; Ronchaud's ' Par-
thenon ' ; Collignon's ' Phidias ' 520

(B) Inscriptions —

Meisterhans' ' Grammatik der Attischen Inschriften ' ; Collitz'
'Sammlung der Griechischen Dialektinschriften ' ; Loewy's
'Inschriften Griechischer Bildhauer ' ; Reinach's 'Traite
d'Epigraphie grecque ' ; Latyschev's ' Inscriptiones Tyrae,
Olbiao,' &c 299

Kirchhoff's 'Studien,' Ed. IV.; Roberts' 'Introduction to

Greek Epigraphy ' 533

(C) ITistory and Antiquities —

iJusolt's ' Griechische Geschichte,' Vol. I. ; Max Duncker's ' His-
tory of Greece,' Vols. I. II.; Holm's 'Griechische Geschichte,'
Vol. I. ; Head's ' Historia Numorum ' ; Beloch's ' Bevolke-
rung der Griechisch-romischen Welt ' 309

Studuiczka's ' Altgriechische Tracht ' ; Helbig's ' Homerische
Epos aus den Denkmiilern crliiutert,' Ed. II. ; Gardner's
' Greek Coins of Peloponnesus ' ; Haverfiold's ' Topographical
Model of Syracuse ' f».36

Index ro Volumes I-VIII 541



CLASSIFIED TABLE OF CONTENTS.



1.— EXCAVATION AND TRAVEL.

J. T. Bent. — Inscriptions from Thasos 409

E. A. Gardner. — Recently discovered Archaic Statues 159

D. G. Hogarth. — Apollo Lermenus 376

W. R. Paton. — Excavations in Caiia 64

A.H.Smith. — Notes on a Tour in Asia Minor 'ilii

II.— ART AND I\I.\NUFA(TII1;E.

E. A. Gaudnek.— Two Naucr.ititr Vases 119

•T. E. HAUnisox. — Itys and Aedon, a Tanaitios Cylix 4:iO

F. lMHOOF-Bi,T"MEn and P. (Iakdnki;. — Nuniibinatic Commentary on

Pausanias, III (!

A. MiciiAKLlH. — The Cuidian Aplu(i<litii (if I'laxilelcs li-l

A. S. MURiiAY. — A Khyton in form of a Sphinx 1

,, ,, Two Vases from Cyprns ol7

^V. R. Paton. — Vases from Calymnos ami Caipathos 1||''

III.— INSCKIPTIONS.

E. A. Gaudneu. — An Inscription from Bocae -Jl 1

E. L. Kicks. — lasos ^^

, ,, A Thasian Decree Ml

,, ,, Inscriptions from Thasos 40',i

D. G. Hogarth. — Inscriptions from Salonica :'>5ri

,, ,, Apollo Lermenus :'7t'«



viii CLASSIFIED TABLE OF CONTENTS.

IV.— HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES.

PAGE

J. U. Ui'RY. — The Lombards and Venetians in Euboia, 1303-40 194

W. Leaf.— The Trial Scene in Iliad XVIII 122

W. M. Kamsay.— The Cities and Bishoprics of Phrygia, II 461

W. RiDGEWAY. — The Homeric Talent : its Origin, Value, and Affinities . 133



LIST OF WOOD-CUTS, &c.

PAOE

"Wall at Assarlik, Caria 64

Wall at Myndus 66

Tombs at Assarlik 67, 7i!, 73, 79, 80

Pottery from Assarlik 69, 71, 74, 75, 4:c.

Fibula from ABsarlik 74

Archaic Statues, Athenian Acropolis 163, 166, 167, 171

Head from Temple of Apollo Ptous 184

Statue from Temple of Apollo Ptous 188

Map of part of Phvygia 267

Plan to shew place of Recent Excavations on Athenian Acropolis .... 269

Plan of Propylaea, Olympieium, Athens 272

Plan of Temple at Corinth 275

Sketch-Plan of Theatre at Sicyon 276

Statue of Cnidian Aphrodite, Vatican (Perrier, Kraus, and Visconti) . . . 328

Coins of Cnidus with Figure of Aphrodite 340

Statuette of Aphrodite, Tarsus 345

Vatican and Munich Statues of Aphrodite 347

Head of Aphrodite : Olympia. (Plate) 353

Itys and Aedon : Cylix 440,441

Amphora from Calymnos 447

Map of Phrygia 461

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LIST OF PLATES.



PLATE

LXXII.
LXXIII.



LXXIV.

LXXV.

LXXVI.

LXXVII.

LXXVIII.

LXXIX.



LXXX.
LXXXI.

LXXXII.

LXXXIII.



A Rhyton in the Form of a Sphinx ; British Museum. Autotype
print.

Painting from the same Vase ; Subject, Childhood of Erichthonius.
Drawn by F. Anderson ; lithographed by W. Griggs.



Photographs from Casts of Coins of Phocis, Boeotia, Athens, 4c.,
in illustration of Pausanias. Executed by Brunner and Co.,
Winterthur.



Two Fragments of Pottery from Naukratis. Drawn by F. Anderson ;
lithographed by W. Griggs.

The Cnidian Aphrodite, Vatican. Autotype print.

Vase from Cyprus : Female Figures. Drawn by F. Anderson, Jun. ;
lithographed by W. Griggs.

Red-figured Vase from Cyprus : Subject, Death of Sphinx. Drawn
by F. Anderson, Jun. Autotype print.

Vases from Calymnos and Carpathos. Drawn by F. Anderson, Jun. ;
printed by the Clarendon Press.



RULES



SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF
HELLENIC STUDIES.

I. The objects of this Society shall be as
follows : —

1, To advance the study of Greek language,
literature, and art, and to illustrate the history of
the Greek race in the ancient, Byzantine, and Neo-
Hellenic periods, by the publication of memoirs and
unedited documents or monuments in a Journal to be
issued periodically.

II. To collect drawings, facsimiles, transcripts,
plans, and photographs of Greek inscriptions, MSS.,
works of art, ancient sites and remains, and with
this view to invite travellers to communicate to the
Society notes or sketches of archaeological and
topographical interest.

III. To organise means by which members of the
Society may have increased facilities for visiting
ancient sites and pursuing archaeological researches
in countries which, at any time, have been the sites
of Hellenic civilization.

2. The Society shall consist of a President, Vice-
Presidents, a Council, a Treasurer, one or more
Secretaries, and Ordinary Merrbp-'^ All office ^ of



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the Society shall be chosen from among its Members,
and shall be ex officio members of the Council.

3. The President shall preside at all General,
Ordinary, or Special Meetings of the Society, and
of the Council or of any Committee at which he is
present. In case of the absence of the President,
one of the Vice-Presidents shall preside in his
stead, and in the absence of the Vice-Presidents
the Treasurer. In the absence of the Treasurer,
the Council or Committee shall appoint one of their
Members to preside.

4. The funds and other property of the Society
shall be administered and applied by the Council in
such manner as they shall consider most conducive to
the objects of the Society : in the Council shall also
be vested the control of all publications issued by
the Society, and the general management of all its
aflfairs and concerns. The number of the Council
shall not exceed fifty.

5. The Treasurer shall receive, on account of the
Society, all subscriptions, donations, or other moneys
accruing to the funds thereof, and shall make all
payments ordered by the Council.

6. No money shall be drawn out of the hands of the
Treasurer or dealt with otherwise than by an order
of Council, and a cheque signed by two members
of Council and countersigned by a Secretary.

7. The Council shall meet as often as they may
deem necessary for the despatch of business.

8. Due notice of every such Meeting shall be sent
to each Member of the Council, by a summons
signed by the Secretary.



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9. Three Members of the Courxil, provided not
more than one of the three present be a permanent
officer of the Society, shall be a quorum.

10. All questions before the Council shall be
determined by a majority of votes. The Chairman
to have a casting vote.

11. The Council shall prepare an Annual Report,
to be submitted to the Annual Meeting of the
Society.

12. The Secretary shall give notice in writing to
each Member of the Council of the ordinary days of
meeting of the Council, and shall have authority to
summon a Special and Extraordinary Meeting of the
Council on a requisition signed by at least four
Members of the Council.

13. Two Auditors, not being Members of the
Council, shall be elected by the Society in each
year.

14. A General Meeting of the Society shall be held
in London in June of each year, when the Reports of
the Council and of the Auditors shall be read, the
Council, Ofificers, and Auditors for the ensuing year
elected, and any other business recommended by
the Council discussed and determined. Meetings
of the Society for the reading of papers may
be held at such times as the Council may fix, due
notice beincr criven to Members.

15. The President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer,
Secretaries, and Council shall be elected by the
Members of the Society at the Annual Meetinc^.

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i6. The President and Vice-Presidents shall be
appointed for one year, after which they shall be
eligible for re-election at the Annual Meeting.

17. One-third of the Council shall retire every year,
but the Members so retiring shall be eligible for
re-election at the Annual Meeting.

18. The Treasurer and Secretaries shall hold their
offices during the pleasure of the Council.

19. The elections of the Officers, Council, and
Auditors, at the Annual Meeting, shall be by
a majority of the votes of those present. The
Chairman of the Meeting shall have a casting vote.
The mode in which the vote shall be taken shall
be determined by the President and Council.

20. Every Member of the Society shall be sum-
moned to the Annual Meeting by notice issued at
least one month before it is held.

21. All motions made at the Annual Meeting shall
be in writing and shall be signed by the mover and
seconder. No motion shall be submitted, unless
notice of it has been given to the Secretary at least
three weeks before the Annual Meeting.

22. Upon any vatancy in the Presidency, occurring
between the Annual Elections, one of the Vice-
Presidents shall be elected by the Council to officiate
as President until the next Annual Meeting.

23. All vacancies among the other Officers of the
Society occurring between the same dates shall in
like manner be provisionally filled up by the Council
until the nc.vt Anivaal Meeting.



24- The names of all candidates wishing to become
Members of the Society shall be submitted to a
Meeting of the Council, and at their next Meeting
the Council shall proceed to the election of candi-
dates so proposed : no such election to be valid unless
the candidate receives the votes of the majority of
those present.

25. The Annual Subscription of Members shall be
one guinea, payable and due on the 1st of January
each year ; this annual subscription may be com-
pounded for by a payment of £1^ ic^s., entitling
compounders to be Members of the Society for
life, without further payment.

26. The payment of the Annual Subscription, or
of the Life Composition, entitles each Member to
receive a copy of the ordinary publications of the
Society.

27. When any Member of the Society shall be six
months in arrear of his Annual Subscription, the
Secretary or Treasurer shall remind him of the
arrears due, and in case of non-pa} ment thereof
within six months after date of such notice, such
defaulting Member shall cease to be a Member of
the Society, unless the Council make an order to
the contrary.

28. Members intending to leave the Society must
send a formal notice of resignation to the Secretary
on or before January i ; otherwise they will be held
liable for the subscription for the current year.

29. If at any time there may appear cause for the
expulsion of a Member of the Society, a Special
Meeting of the Council shall be held to consider the
case, and if at such Meetinc: at least two-thirds of



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the Members present shall concur in a resolution for
the expulsion of such Member of the Society, the
President shall submit the same for confirmation at a
General Meeting of the Society specially summoned
for this purpose, and if the decision of the Council
be confirmed by a majority at the General Meeting,
notice shall be given to that effect to the Member in
question, who shall thereupon cease to be a Member
of the Society.

'.o. The Council shall have power to nominate
British or Foreign Honorary Members. The number
of British Honorary Members shall not exceed
ten.

31. Ladies shall be eligible as Ordinary Members
of the Society, and when elected shall be entitled
to the same privileges as other Ordinary Members.

32. No change shall be made in the Rules of the
Society unless at least a fortnight before the Annual
Meeting specific notice be given to every Member of
the Society of the changes proposed.



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RULES FOR THE USE OF THE LIBRARY.



I. That the Library be administered by the
Library Committee, which shall be composed of
not less than four members, two of whom shall
form a quorum.

II. That the custody and arrangement of the
Library be in the hands of the Librarian, subject
to the control of the Committee, and in accordance
with Regulations drawn up by the said Committee
and approved by the Council.

III. That all books, periodicals, plans, photographs,
&c., be received by the Librarian or Secretary and
reported to the Council at their next meeting.

IV. That every book or periodical sent to the
Society be at once stamped with the Society's
name.

V. That all the Society's books be entered in a
Catalogue to be kept by the Librarian, and that in
this Catalogue such books, &c. as are not to be lent
out be specified.

VI. That the Library be accessible to Members
on all week days from eleven A.M. to six P.M., when
either the Librarian, or in his absence some responsible
person, shall be in attendance.

VII. That the Society's books (with exceptions
hereinafter to be specified) be lent to Members under
the following conditions :—

(i) That the number of volumes lent at any
one time to each Member shall not
exceed three.

(2) That the time dwring which such book or

books may be kept shall not exceed one
month.

(3) That no books be sent beyond the limits of

the United Kingdom.



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VIII. That the manner in which books are lent
■shall be as follows : —

(i) That all requests for the loan of books be
addressed to the Librarian.

(2) That the Librarian shall record all such

requests, and lend out the books in the
order of application.

(3) That in each case the name of the book and

of the borrower be inscribed, with the
date, in a special register to be kept by
the Librarian.

(4) Should a book not be returned within the

period specified, the Librarian shall re-
claim it.

(5) All expenses of carriage to and fro shall be

borne by the borrow cr.

IX. That no book falling under the following
categories be lent out under any circumstances : —

(1) Unbound books.

(2) Detached plates, plans, photographs, and the

like.

(3) Books considered too valuable for trans-

mission.

X. That in the case of a book being kept beyond
the stated time the borrower be liable to a fine of
one shilling for each additional week, and if a ,book
is lost the borrower be bound to replace it.



The Library Committee.

Prof. Percy Gardner.

Mr. Walter Leaf.

Mr. George Macmillan {Hon. Sec).

Mr. Ernest Myers.

Rev. W. G. Rutherford, LL.D.

Mr. E. Maunde Thompson.

Rev. W. Wayte {Hon. Librarian).

Assistant Librarian, MiSS GalES, to whom, at
22, Albemarle Street, applications for books may
be addressed.



THE
SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF HEI.X.ENIC STUDIES.



Officers and Council for 1887- 1888.



President.

THE RIGHT REV. J. B. LIGHTFOOT, D.D,, BISHOP OF DURHAM,

Vice-Presidents.



THE LORD JUSTICE BOW EN.
VERY REV. R. W. CHURCH,

D.C.L., Dean 0/ St. Paul's.
MR. SIDNEY COLVIN.
PROF. PERCY GARDNER, Litt.D.
MR. W. D. GEDDES, Principal of

Aberdeen University.
MR. J. K. 'INGRAM, LL.D.
PROF. R. C JEBB, Litt.D, LL.D.
MR. D. B. MONRO, Provost of

Oriel College, Oxford.



THE EARL OF MORLEY.
PROF. C. T. NEWTON, C.B.
REV. PROF. A. H. SAYCE, LL.D.
MR. E. MAUNDE THOMPSON.
THE REV. H. M. BUTLER, D.D.,

Master of Trinity College, Cant-

bridge.
REV. H. F. TOZER.
PROF. R. Y. TYRRELL.



Council.



MR. J. THEODORE BENT.

PROF. fe. H. BUTCHER.

MR. INGRAM BYWATER.

REV. PROF. LEWIS CAMPBELL.

MR.CHARLES I. ELTON.Q.C.M.P.

MR. ARTHUR J. EVANS.

MR. L. R. FARNELL.

MR. E. A. FREEMAN, D.C.L.

MR. E. A. GARDNER.

REV. H. A. HOLDEN, LL.D.

REV. PROF. HORT, D.D.

MR. HENRY JACKSON, Litt.D.

MR. ANDREW LANG.

MR WALTER LEAF.

THE RT. HON. LORD LINGEN,

K.C.B.
MR. W. WATKISS LLOYD.



SIR JOHN LUBBOCK. Bart., M.P.

MR. GEORGE A. MACMILLAN.

PROF. J. H. MIDDLETON.

MR. A. S. MURRAY.

MR. ERNEST MYERS.

MR. H. F. PELHAM.

MR. WALTER PERRY.

PROF. F. POLLOCK.

PROF. W. M. RAMSAY.

REV. W. G. RUTHERFORD, LL.D.

MR. A. HAMILTON S.MITH.

MR. J. E. SANDYS.

MR. J. R. THURSFIELD.

MR. E. B. TYLOR, D.C.L., F.R.S.

MR. CHARLES WALDSTEIN.

REV. W. WAYTE.

MR. HERMAN WEBER, M.D.



Treasurer.

SIR JOHN LUBBOCK. Bart., M.P.

Hon. Secretary.

MR. GEORGE A. MACMILLAN.

Assistant Secretary.

MR. W. RISELEY.

Editorial Committee.

MR. INGRAM BYWATER. I REV. PROF. HORT.
PROF. PERCY GARDNER. I PROF. R. C. JEBB.

Auditors for 1887-88.

MR. DOUGLAS W. FRESHFIELD. | MR. J. B. MARTIN.

Bankers.

MESSRS. ROBARTS. LUBBOCK, & CO., LOMBARD STREET.



CAMBRIDGE BRANCH



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THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION
OF HELLENIC STUDIES.



Officers and Committee for 1886-1887.

Rev. B. H. Kennedy, D.D.

JJicf- Chairman.
Mr. J. E. Sandys, Litt.D.



Conrautttt.



Mr. Oscar Browning.
Mr. Henry Jackson, Litt.D.
Rev. S. S. Lewis.
Prof. J. H, Middleton.
Mr. J. S. Reid, Litt.D.



Rev. E. S. Roberts.
Mr. Arthur Tillby.
Mr. a. W. Vbrrall.
Mr. C. Waldstein.



Pon. Sittxttvqi.
Mr. M. S. DIMSDAI.E, King's College.



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HONORARY MEMBERS.

His Majesty the King of the Hellenes.

Mr. Alfred Biliotti, H.B.M. Consul at Trcbizond.

Prof. H. Brunn, Konigliche Museen, Munich.

Prof. D. Comparetti, Istituto di Studii Superiorly Florence.

M. Alexander Contostavlos, Athens.

Geheimrath Prof. Ernst Curtius, Matthai Kirchsirasse ^, Berlin.

Mr. George Dennis, H.B.M. Consul at Smyrna.

Herr Wilhelm Dorpfeld, V\i.Xi., Director of the German Imperiotl

Institute, Athens.
Monsieur P. Foucart, Director of the French School, Athens.
His Excellency Monsieur J. Gennadius, Minister for Greece ^

5, St. James' Street, S. W.
Prof. W. Helbig, Casa Tarpeia, Monte Caprino, Rome.
Prof. A. Kirchhoff, University, Berlin.
Dr. H. Kohler.

Prof, S. A. Kumanudes, University, Athens.
Mr. Charles Merlin, lo, Observatory Gardens, Campden Hill,W.
Prof. A. Michaelis, University, Strassburg.
Monsieur B. E. C. Miller, Membre de PInstitut, 2$, Rue de

I' University, Paris.
Monsieur A. R. Rangab^, Ministire HelUnique, Berlin.
Prof. L. Stephani, Hermitage, St. Petersburg.
His Excellency Monsieur W. H. Waddingtor., Membre de

tinstitut, French Embassy, Albert Gate, S.1V.
M. le Baron J. de Witte, M. de Plnst., Rue Fortin 5, Paris.
Mr. Thomas Wood, H.B.M. Consul at Patras.
His Excellency, Hamdy Bey, Keeper &f the Museum 0/

Antiguities, Constantinople.



LIST OF MEMBERS.

* Original Members, t Life Membtrs.

The »ther Members have been elected by the Council sinee the
Inaugural Meeting.

Abbott, Evelyn, Balliol College, Oxford.

Abbott, Rev. E. A., D.D., 32, Abbey Road, N.W.
•Abercromby, Hon. John, 21, Chapel Street, Belgrave

Square, S. W.
fAbrahall, Rev. J. H., Combe Vicarage, Woodstock.

Abram, Edward, i. Middle Temple Lane, B.C.
•Acland, Sir H. W., K.C.B., M.D., F.R.S., Broad Street, Oxford.

Adaaan, Janies, Emmanuel College, Cambridge.



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Ainger, A. C, Eton College^ Windsor.

Aitchison, G., A.R.A., 150, Harley Street, W.

Amherst, W. A. Tyssen, M.P., Didlington Hall, Brandon.

Anderson, J. R., Lairbeck, Keswick.

Anderson, W. C. F., Oriel College, Oxford.
♦Antrobus, Rev. Frederick, The Oratory, S.W.

Archer- Hind, R. D., Trinity College, Cambridge.

Argyropoulos, Georges A.
♦Armstrong, E., Queen'' s College, Oxford.

Armstrong, Prof. G. F., Queen'' s College, Cork.

Atkinson, Rev. E., D.D., Master of Clare College, Cambridge,

Baddeley, W. St. Clair, 5, Albert Hall Mansions, S.W.

Bagley, Mrg. John, Washington Avenue, Detroit, Michigan.

Baker, Rev. WiUiam, D.D., Merchant Taylors^ School, E.C.
♦Balfour, G. W., M.P., 32, Addison Road, W.
•Balfour, JRight Hon. A. J., M.P., 4, Carlton Gardens, S. W.

Ball, Sidney, St. Johns College, Oxford.

Barlow, Miss Anne, Greenthorne, Edgworth, Bolton.

Barlow, Mrs., 10, Wim^ole Street, .W.

Bamewall, >Sir Reginald A., Bart., 6, Park Street, Crosvenor
Square, W.

Bath, The Marquis of, Longleat, Warminster.

Bayfield, Rev. M. A., The College, Malvern.
t Beaumont, Somerset, Shere, near Guildford.

Belcher, Rev. Henry, High School, Dunedin, Otago, N.Z.

Belcher, Rev. T. Hayes, The College, Brighton.

Bell, Rev. William, The College, Dover.

Benachi, L. A., 26, Linnet Lane, S eft on Park, Liverpool.
■fBenn, Alfred W., 70, ^ia Cavour, Florence.

Benson, Arthur C, Eton College, Windsor.

Bent, J. Theodore (Council), 13, Great Cumberland Place, W.

Bent, Mrs. Theodore, 13, Great Cumberland Place, W.
fBikelas, Demetrius, 4, Pue de Babylone, Paris.

Birdwood, Sir George C. M., C.S.I., 7,Aspiey Terrace, Acton, W.

Blacker, C, 12, Sussex Square, Hyde Park, W.

Blackstone, F. 'E., British Museum, W.C.

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