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the Heather, the Cross-leaved Heath, and the Bottle Heath,
the last exhibiting rarely a white variety, which in the
language of flowers tells the tenderest of tales. From
beneath their shelter peep the Eyebright, the Spring Potentil,
the Heath Bedstraw, and the Creeping St, John's Wort ;
amidst them springs the uncommon Bristly Bent-grass ;
everywhere the green paths which wind amongst them are
carpeted with the Moenchia and the little Breakstone, and
bordered by the red and yellow Sheep' s-sorrel and the pale
yellow Mouse-ear. On many of the prickly furze beds
grows the wiry leafless Dodder; every ditch is filled with
masses of lemon-scented Oreopieris, and every patch of
stones is hidden by the pink blossoms of the Mountain
Stone-crop. At 800 feet above the sea we meet with 3Iat-
grass and the Cross-leaved Heath. Higher still we find
the slender Deer's Hair, first cousin to the Isolepis of our
greenhouses, and highest of all grow for those who know
their haunt two species of the Stag-horn Club-moss.

The bogs are very numerous. They form the summits of
the combes, and some of them descend the hill until they
join a deep-cut stream. All are covered with the turquoise



ON THE FLORA OF THE QUANTOCK HILLS. 181

bloom of the Forget-me-not, and the glossy peltate leaves
of the Marsh Penny-wort, and choked with the little
Water Blinks. They all include Liver-wort, with its um-
brella shaped fructification, Sphagnum, Marsh-ioort, and
Pearl-wort; and on their margins grow the Ivy-leaved Hair-
bell, the Lesser Spear-wort, the Louse-wort, and the Bog-
Pimpernel. In a few of them are found the Oblong Pond-
weed and the Marsh St. Johns Wort ; in two combes only,
as far as I know, grows, alone of its genus, the Round-
leaved Sun-deio.

Of the coppices, Cockercombe and Seven Wells are the
best known ; but their large trees check the growth of
flowers, and the botanist will find more to please him in
Butterfly Combe and Holford Glen, which are smaller and
less frequented. Here in early spring masses of the
White Wild Hyacinth rise amid last year's dead leaves ;
here grow the Cow-wheat, Wnodrush, Golden-rod, Sheep's
Scabious, Wood Pimpernel, Wild Raspberry, Sanicle, and
Twayblade. The Helleborine is found in Crowcombe ; in
Tetton woods the rare pink Lily of the Valley ; in Cothel-
stone the Adders' Tongue and Mountain Speedwell; in
Ashleigh Combe, Thelypteris ; in Aisholt wood the White
Foxglove, White Herb Robert, and White Prunella ; while
under the famous hollies of Alfoxden, sacred to the memory
of " Peter Bell -" and " We are Seven," grow the graceful
Millet-grass and a rare variety of the Bramble.

On the St. Audries slope the changed soil and the in-
fluence of the sea give birth to several new plants. The
Autumn Gentian, the Tufted Centaury, the Roundheaded
Garlic, and the Sea Star-wort are abundant near the cliffs ;
the Perfoliate Yelloiv-wort is common ; Fluellen grows in
the stubbles, the Ladys tresses near the lime-kiln, the Sea
Pimpernel between the stones, the Arrow-grass and Hard-



182 PAPERS, ETC.

grass just above the sea, to which we descend between
banks, covered as no other banks are covered, by the mag-
nificent Large-flowered Tutsan.

A few rare plants remain, which come under neither of
the groups described. The Cornish Money-icort abounds
in a small nameless combe near Quantoxhead ; the rare
White Stone-crop is indigenous or naturalised at Over
Stowey ; the White Climbing Corydalis is found close
to Mr. Esdaile's lodge ; the Lady's Mantle, Goldilocks,
and Bistort, grow in the Aisholt meadows ; the Stinking
Groundsel hard by the remains of Coleridge''s holly-bower.
In the same neighbourhood I have twice found the Purple
Broom Rape; and Wilsons Film-fern, one of the rarest of
British ferns, is established in the Poet's Glen.

I venture to hope that there is no one present to whom
this catalogue of plants is a catalogue and nothing more.
Our English wild flowers are so charming in themselves,
they awake in all of us so many associations, they hold so
large a place in our poetical literature, their popular names
reveal so many an etymological secret and recal so many
a striking superstition, that almost every one, whatever be
the line of his mental culture, is willing to own their in-
terest and to linger over their recital. To the Shakspearian
scholar they bring memories of Perdita at the shearing-
feast, of Ophelia in her madness, of Imogen sung to her
untimely grave, of the grey discrowned head of Lear,
with its chaplet of " rank Fumiter's and Furrow-weeds."
The lover of Milton points to the "rathe primrose," the
eye-purging Euphrasy, and the Amaranth which was
twined in the crowns of worshipping archangels. The
historian of the long-buried past sees in the Cornish Money-
wort, the Film-fern, and the iMsitanian Butter-wort of our
hills evidence distinct and graphic of the time when Scot-



ON THE FLORA OF THE QUANTOCK HILLS. 183

land, Ireland, and Spain formed with our own peninsula
portions of a single continent. The student of Folk-lore
tells his tales of the ceremonies which surrounded the
Vervain, the *S'^. John's Wort, and the Rowan, and of the
strange beliefs which clung to the Celandine, the Hawkweed,
and the Fumitory. The etymologist will elevate the names
familiar to us all into evidence of the origin and habits of
our remote forefathers ; he will disinter the fragments of
myth and history which lie embalmed in the Centaury, the
PcBony, the Oarline Thistle, the Floiver de Luce, and the
Herb Robert ; he will tell us how the Laburnum closes its
petals nightly like a tired Labourer, how the Campion
crowned the Champions of the tournament ; how the Fox-
glove, the Troll-Jlower, and the Pixie-stool, bring messages
from fairyland ; how the Scabious, the Lung-wort, the
Scrophularia, and the Wound-wort bear witness to the
grotesque beliefs of a pre-scientific medical community.
Of the botanist I need not speak. Not a flower that
blows but will furnish him with the text of an eloquent
discourse. Forms, that yield to other men artistic and
sensuous enjoyment only, lay bare before him secrets of
structure and of function as wonderful as those which
characterise his own bodily frame ; suggesting each its
truth of design, and natural selection, and adapted change,
and mysterious organic force. In the fructification of the
orchid, the stamens of the barberry, the hairs of the nettle,
the leaf of the sundew, he reads lessons as profound and
similes as graceful as were taught to Chaucer and Southey
and Wordsworth by the daisy and the holly and the lesser
celandine. Year after year he greets the early spring
with an enthusiasm which his neighbours know not, as one
by one his friends of many years, the snowdrop, and the
violet, and the crimson hazel stigma, and the stitchwort,



184 PAPERS, ETC.

and the daffodil, and the coltsfoot, come back to him like
swallows from their winter sojourn out of sight. Year
after year, as the seasons die away and the earth is once
more bare, he looks back delighted on the pleasant months
along which he has walked hand-in-hand with nature ; for
he feels that his intelligence has been strengthened, his
temper sweetened, and his love of God increased, by
fellowship with her changes, study of her secrets, and
reverence for her works.



and

iatttiptl §istorg ^ot^i^.



I.



1873-4.



PATRON :
THE RIGHT HONOUEABLE VISCOUNT POETMAN



PRESIDENT :

THE ET. HON. & ET. EEV. LOED AETHUE HEEYEY,



BISHOP OF BATH AND WELLS



VICE-PRESIDENTS :

SIR THOMAS DYKE ACLAND, Bart., m.p.

THE HON. & REV. RICHARD BOYLE

E. .T. COMBE, Esq. F. H. DLCKINSON, Esq.

SIR ARTHUR H. ELTON, Baet.

R. W. FALCONER, Esq., m.d.

THE RIGHT HON. LORD CARLINCtFORD

E. A. FREEMAN, Esq., d.c.l.

RALPH NEVILLE GRENVILLE, Esq., m.p.

SIR A. A. HOOD, Bart.

THE REV. J. S. H. HORNER

THOMAS TUTTON KNYFTON, Esq.

AMBROSE GODDARD LETHBRIDGE, Esq.

WM. LONG, Esq.

THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF LOVELACE

SIR W. C. MEDLYCOTT, Bart.

SIR W. MILES, Bart. R. H. PAGET, Esq., m.p.

W. PINNEY, Esq.

THE REV. FITZHARDINGE BERKELEY PORTMAN

W. A. SANFORD, Esq.

SIR EDWARD STRACHEY, Bart.

W. E. SURTEES, Esq.

THE RIGHT HON. LORD TALBOT DE MALAHIDE

SIR W. C. TREVELYAN, Bart.

CHARLES NOEL WELMAN, Esq.



TRUSTEES :

HENRY JEFFRIES BADCOCK, Esq.

JOHN BATTEN, Esq.

GEORGE FOWNES LUTTRELL, Esq.

HENRY GORGES MOYSEY, Esq.

WILLIAM AYSHFORD SANFORD, Esq,

WILLIAM EDWARD SURTEES, Esq.

VOL. XVIII., 1872, PART II.



TBEASUBERS :

Henry, and Henry J., and Daniel Badcock,
Taunton.



GENERAL SECRETARIES :
Eev. W. Hunt, Congreshury ; 0. W. Malet, Taunton.



DISTRICT OR LOCAL SECRETARIES:



Jolin Batten, Yeovil
Henry Bernard, Wells
Eev. W. B. Caparn, Brmjcot
E. Chisholm-Batten, Thorn

Falcon
Eev. H. Clutterbuck, BucUand

Dinham
Eev. J. Coleman, Chapel Allerton
W. F. Elliot, Taunton
Ven. Archdeacon Fitzgerald,

Somerton
W. M. Kelly, m.d., Taunton
T. Mayhew, Glastonlunj
Eev. Canon Meade, Castle Cary
C. Moore, Bath



W. W. Munckton, Curry Rivel
Gc. S. Poole, Bridgivater
T. Porch Porch, Edgarley
J. H. Pring, M.D., Taunton
Eev. H. M. Scarth, Wrington
T. Serel, Wells
J. Shore, Whatley, Frome
E. W. Spicer, Chard

E. "Walter, Stolce-sul-Samldon
G. Walters, Frome

Eev. H. D.Wickham, Horsington
Eev. H. H. Winwood, Bath

F. H. "Woodforde, m.d., Taunton
W. B. Sparks, Crewherne



COMmTTEE



W. Meade King
T. Meyler
J. F. Norman
W. P. Pinchard
C. J. Turner
Eev. J. W. Ward



H. Alford

Capt. Doveton

Eev. I. S. Gale

A. Malet

Cecil Smith

Eev. W. P. WiUiama



The President, Yice -Presidents, Trustees, Treasurers,
Secretaries are ex-officio Members of the Committee.



and



ASSIST. SEC. & CURATOR:
"Wm. Bidgood, Museum, Taunton.



mmii\\% and O[orri^ji|oiuliiii()



Acland, "W. H., Esq., m.d., Regius Professor of Medicine^ Oxford.
Babington, C. C, Esq., f.e.s., f.s.a.. Professor of Botany,

5, Trumpington Eoad, Cambridge.
Charlton, Dr., Sec. Antiquarian Society/, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Dawkius, W. Boyd, Esq., f.r.s., f.g.s.. The Owen's College,

Manchester.
Dimock, Rev. J. F., Barnborough, Doncaster.
Eerrey, B., Esq., Charing- Cross, London.
Godwin, George, Esq., f.k.s., f.s.a., Brompton.
Green, Eev. J. E., m.a., London
Hugo, Rev. Thomas, f.s.a.. The Rectory, West Hackney,

Stoke Newington, London, N.
Lloyd, Dr., Sec. Archceological and Natural History Society,

Warwick.
Owen, Professor, c.b., f.r.s., &c., Mead of Natural History

Department, British Museum.
Parker, J. H., Esq., c.b., Oxford
Ramsay, A. C, Esq., f.b.s.. Professor of Geology, School of

Mines, London.
Smith, C. Roach, Esq., f.s.a., Strood, Rochester.
Stubbs, Rev. W., m.a., Regius Professor of Modern History,

Oxford.
Williams, Rev. George, b.d., Ringwood.

Willis, Rev. R., f.h.s., f.g.s., Jachonian Professor, Cambridge.
Wilson, Daniel, Esq., ll.d., Professor of Htiglish Literature,

Toronto, Canada.



'iiii(ittm in a[j}iiitspidi{n([^



With the Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society,



T/te Archceological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

The British Archceological Association

The Associated Architectural Societies of Northampton, Sfc.j Sfc.

The Sussex Archceological Society

The Suffolk Institute of Archceology and Natural History

The Surrey Archceological Society

Societie Vaudoise des Sciences Naturelles, Lausanne

The Lancashire Historic Society

The Chester Local Archceological Society

♦ The Society of Antiquaries of London

The Wiltshire Arclicsological and Natural History Society

University College, Toronto

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, U.S.

Imperial and Royal Geographical Society of Vienna

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

The London and Middlesex Archceological Society

The Royal Dublin Society

The Royal Norwegian University, Christiania

The Royal Historical and Archceological Association of Ireland

The Essex Institute, Salem, Massac] lussets, U.S.

The Bristol Naturalists^ Society

The Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club



illll^S.



THIS Society shall be denominated " The Somersetshire
ARCHiEoLOGicAL AND Natueal History Society ;" and its
object shall be the cultivation of, and collecting information on,
Archaeology and Natural History in their variovis branches,
but more particularly in connection with the count}' of Somerset,
and the establishment of a Museum and Library.

II. — The Officers of the Society shall consist of a Patron
and Trustees, elected for life ; a President ; Yice-Presidents ;
General and District, or Local Secretaries ; and a Treasurer,
elected at each Anniversary Meeting ; with a Committee of
twelve, six of whom shall go out annually by rotation, but
may be re-elected. No person shall be elected on the Com-
mittee until he shall have been six months a Member of the
Society.

III. — Anniversary General Meetings shall be held for the
purjDose of electing the Officers, of receiving the Eeport of
the Committee for the past year, and of transacting all other
necessary business, at such time and place as the Committee
shall appoint, of which Meetings three weeks' notice shall be
given to the Members.

IV. — There shall also be a General Meeting, fixed by the
Committee, for the purpose of receiving Reports, reading
Papers, and transacting business. All Members shall have
the privilege of introducing one friend to the Anniversary and
General Meetings.

V. — The Committee is empowered to call Special Meetings
of the Society upon receiving a requisition signed by ten
Members. Three weeks' notice of such Special Meeting and
its object shall be given to each Member.

yi. — The affairs of the Society shall be directed by the
Committee (of which the Officers of the Society shall be ex-
officio Members), which shall hold Monthly Meetings for
receiving reports from the Secretaries and sub- Committees,
and for transacting other necessary business ; three of the
Committee shall be a quorum. Members may attend the
Monthly Committee Meetings after the official business has
been transacted.



190 RULES.

YII. — The Chairman, at Meetings of the Society, shall have
a casting vote in addition to his vote as a Member.

Yin. — One (at least) of the Secretaries shall attend each
Meeting, and shall keep a record of its proceedings. The
property of the k:^ociety shall be held in trust for the Members
by six Trustees, who shall be chosen from the Members at any
General Meeting. All Manuscripts and Communications and
the other property of the Society shall be under the charge of
the Secretaries.

IX. — Candidates for admission as Members shall be pro-
posed by two Members at any of the Greneral or Committee
Meetings, and the election shall be determined by ballot at
the next Committee or General Meeting ; three-fourths of the
Members present balloting shall elect. The Eules of the
Society shall be subscribed by every person becoming a
Member.

X. — Ladies shall be eligible as Members of the Society
without ballot, being proposed by two Members and approved
by the majority of the Meeting.

XI. — Each Member shall pay Ten Shillings on admission to
the Society, and Ten Shillings as an Annual Subscription,
which shall become due on the 1st of January in each year,
and shall be paid in advance.

XII. — Donors of Ten Guineas or upwards shall be Members
for life.

XIII. — At General Meetings of the Society the Committee
may recommend persons to be balloted for as Honorary or
Corresponding Members.

XIV. — When any office shall become vacant or any new
appointment shall be requisite, the Committee shall have
power to fill up the same ; such appointments shall remain in
force only till the next General Meeting, when they shaU be
either confirmed or annulled.

XV.— The Treasurer shall receive all Subscriptions and
Donations made to the Society, and shall pay all accounts
passed by the Committee ; he shall keep a book of receipts
and payments which he shall produce whenever the Committee
shall require it ; the accounts shall be audited previously to
the Anniversary Meeting by two Members of the Committee
chosen for that purpose, and an abstract of them shall be read
at the Meeting.



RULES. 191

Xyi, — No change shall be made in the laws of the Society
except at a General or Special Meeting, at which twelve
Members at least shall be present. Of the proposed change
a month's notice shall be given to the Secretaries, who shall
communicate the same to each Member three weeks before
the Meeting.

XVII. — Papers read at Meetings of the Society and con-
sidered by the Committee of sufficient interest, shall (with
the author's consent) be pubKshed in the Proceedings of the
Society.

XVm. — No religious or political discussions shall be per-
mitted at Meetings of the Society.

XIX. — Any person contributing Books or Specimens to the
Museum shall be at liberty to resume possession of them in the
event of a dissolution of the Society. Persons shall also have
liberty to deposit Books or Specimens for a specific time only.

XX. — In case of dissolution the real property of the Society
in Taunton shall be held by the Trustees for the advancement
of Literature, Science, and Art, in the town of Taunton and
the county of Somerset.



March 26th, 1874.



%* It is requested that Contrihitions to the Museum or Library
he sent to the Curator, at the Museum, Taunton.



1874.

Those marked *' are Life Members.



Acland, Sir T. D., Bart., M.P., Killerton Park, Devon
Acres, Rev. J., Ken, near Yatton
Adlarn, William, 3Ianor House, Chew Magna, Bristol
Alford, H. Taunton
5 Alford, Ho J. „

Allen, I. Mountford, Crewkerne
Anstice, Rev. J. B. Hungerford Vicarage
Arlosh, Rev. James, Sutton Montis, Castle Gary

Badcock, H. Wheatleigh Lodge, Taunton
10 Badcock, H. J. Taunton

Bagehot, Edward, Langport

Bagehot, Walter „

Bagehot, Watson, Heale, Curry Rivel

Bailey, Robert, Taunton
15 Bailward, J. Horsington, Wincanton

Baker, C Gifford, Seaton, Devon

Baker, Rev. F. Walter, Rectory, Beaulieu, Hants

Baker, John, Ilminster

Barnwell, Rev. E. L. Melksham House, Melhsham
20 Barclay, A. C, M.P. 25, Bolton-st., Piccadilly, London

Barrett, Major, Moreden House, North Curry

Bartrum, J. S. 41, Gay-street, Bath

Bathurst, A. 2, New-square, Lincoln's Lnn, London

Batten, John, Yeovil
25 Beadon, Edwards, Highlands, Taunton

Bennett, H. E. Sparkford, Ilchester

Bennett, Rev. J. A. South Cadbury, Castle Cary

Bergman, J. G. Collinshays, Bruton

Bernard, H. Wells



LIST OF MEMBERS. 193

30 Berryman, W. C, jun. Wells

Bevves, Rev. T. A. Beaumont, Fli/mo^ith

Bickham, Mrs. Geo. Sampford Brett

Birch, A. 22, Monmouth Road, IVesthourne Grove^
Baystvater, London

Bisset, M. F. Baghorough
35 Blake, W. Bridge House, South Petherton

Bond, Rev. J. Weston, Bath

Bond, Thos. Tyneham, Wareham

Bord, J. G. Bruton

Bouverie, P. P. Brymore House, Bridgwater
40 Bowman, J, 9, John-street, Bristol

Boyd, R., M. D. Southall Park, Middlesex

Boyle, Hon. and Rev. Richard, Marston, Frame

Brackstone, R. H. Lyncombe Hill, Bath

Braikenridge, W. Jerdone, Clevedon
45 Braikenridge, Rev. G. Weare, „

Bramble, James Roger, Yatton

Bridges, H. Bridgwater

Bridport, Lord, Cricket Lodge, Chard

Broadley, J. 2, Barrow Castle, Bath
50 Brown, Rev. Frederick, Fern Bank, Beckenham, Kent

Brown, S. Sneade, 110, Pembroke Road, Clifton

Broome, C. E. Elmhurst, Batheaston

Buckle, Rev. G. Tiverton

Buckley, Michael J. C. 260, Oxford-street, London
55 Bulleid, J. G. L. Glastonbury

Bullock, George, Fast Coker

Bullock, G. Troyte, Sedgehill House, Shaftesbury

Bumpstead, Rev. T. J. Binder, Wells

Bur ridge, Wm., Bradford
60 Burtt, G. R. Ilminster

Bush, Clement, Weston, Bath

Bush, James, 4, Great George-street, Park-street, Bristol

Cadbury, James, 13, PauUons-square, Chelsea, London
Caparn, Rev. W. B. Draycot, Weston-super-Mare
Q5 Carlingford, Right Hon. Lord, The Priory, Chewton
Mendip, Bath
Chapman, Right Rev. Bishop, Wootton Courtney
Cheetham, David, Bath
Chisholm-Batten, E. Lincoln's Inn, London

VOL. XTIII., 1872, PART II. Z



194 LIST OF MEMBERS.

Church, Rev. C. M. Wells
70 Clark, Joseph, Street

Clark, Rev. W. R., Taunton

Clark, G. T. Doiolais House, Merthyr Tydvil

Clarke, T. E. Tremlett House, IVellington

Clarke, A. A. Wells
75 Clerk, Rev. D. M. Kingston Deveril, Wilis

Clerk, E. H. Westholme House, Pilton, Shepton Mallet

Clutterbuck, Rev. Henry, Buckland Dinham, Frome

Coker, T. Taunton

Coleman, Rev. James, Allerton, Axhridge
80 Coles, Mrs. Shepton Beaucliamp

Colfox, Thos. Rax, Bridport

Colfox, Wm. „

Collard, Charles Lukey, Abbotsjield, Wiveliscomhe

Cornish, C. H. Taunton
85 Cornish, F. W. Eton College

Combe, R. T. Earnshill

Cox, Mr. Serjeant, 36, Russell-square, W.C., and Moat
Mount, Higlnoood, Hendon, London, N. W.

Crickitt, R. E. 4, Belvidere Villas, Bath

Ci'osse, Rev. J. D. O. Pawlett

90 Daniel, Rev. H. A. Manor House, StocMand-Bristol,
Bridgxcater

Davis, Maurice, Langport

De Havilland, John, Langford Court, Wellington

Dickinson, F. H. Kingxoeston House

Dickinson, E. H. Shepton Mallet
95 Doveton, Captain, Haines Hill, Taunton

Down, E. Weston-super-Mare

Du Sautoy, Rev. W. Taunton

Earle, Rev. J. Upper Swainswick, Bath
Edwards, Rev. Z. J., Crexokerne
100 Egremont, Countess of. Orchard Wyndham
Elliot, Miss, Taxinton
Elliot, W. F. Osborne House, Taunton
Elton, Sir Arthur H., Bart. Clevedon Court
Elton, C. J. Manor House, Whitestaunton

105 Fagan, Rev. G. H. Rodney Stoke Rectory, Wells



LIST OF MEMBERS. 195

Fane, Lady Georgina, Brympton, Yeovil

Farmer, Fredk., M.D. Bridqicater

Falconer, R. W., M.D. Bath

Falkner, Frederick, Ltjncombe Cottage^ Lyncombe, Bath
110 Fisher, J. M. Taunton

Fisher, T. „

Fitzgerald, Ven. Archdeacon, Charlton Mackerel,
Somerton

Foster, W. J. S. Wells

Fox, C. H. Wellington
115 Fox, C. H., M.D. Brislington

Fox, Geo. Smith, Wellington

Fox, Sylvanus, Linden, Wellington

Freeman, E. A., D.C.L. Somerleaze, Wells

Gale, Rev. I. S. Kingston
120 Gatehouse, Rev. Thos. J. North Cheriton, Wincanton

George, Rev. Philip Edward, 11, Pulteney-street, Bath

Giles, Captain, Woodberry, Wells

Gillett, George, Taunton

Goodden, Rev. C. C. Montacute, Ilminster
125 Goodford, Rev. C. O., D.D., Provost, Eton

Gould, Rev. W.

Gover, H., LL.D. Courtlands, Taunton

Grenville, Ralph Neville, M.P. Butleigh, Glastonbury

Green, Emanuel, Holcombe, Bath
130 Grote, Arthur, F.G.S., F.L.S., AthencBum Club, London

Hall, Henry, 3, Bloomsbury-place, Bloomsbury-square,
London, W.C.

Hamilton, J. Broomfield, and 1 1 6, Park-street, Grosvenor-
square, Londo7i

Hammond, H. W. Rutland Lodge, Clevedon

Harbin, G. Newton House, Yeovil
135 Harford, W. H. Blaise Castle, Bristol

Harford, Wm. H., jun. Lawrence Weston, near Bristol

Harris, Charles, Llchester

Harrison, Rev. O. S. Thorn Falcon

Heard, Robert, Shepton Mallet
140 Heathcote, Rev. S. Williton

Helyar, W. H. Coker Court, Yeovil

Henderson, Robert, Bell House, Taunton



196 LIST OP MEMBERS.

Hervey, the Eight Rev. Lord Arthur, Bishop of Bath
and Wells, Palace, Wells

Hervey, Rev. S. H, W . Bridgwater
145 Hesse, Rev. F. L. Rowberroio, Axbridge

Hewett, Rev. J. P. Norton Fitzwarren

Hill, Rev. R. Timsbury, Bath

Hill, Miss, Asby Lodge, Carlton Road, Putney, London

Hill, William John, Lang-port
150 Hincks, Rev. Thos., F.R.S. Haines Hill, Taunton

Hippisley, Edwin, Wells

Hodgkinson, W. S. Wells

Plodges, Miss Caroline, Haines Hill, Taunton

Hood, Sir A. A., Bart. St. Audries
155 Hooper, James, Thome, Yeovil

Horner, Rev. J. S. H. Mells Park, Frome

Horsey, J. Crewkerne

Hoskins, T. Haselhury

Hoskins, H. W. Hinton St. George
160 Hunt, E. 18, Belmont, Bath

Hunt, Rev. W. Congreshury, Bristol

Hutchings, H., 13, Chester-street, Grosvenaj'-squarey
London

Isaacs, G. Milverton

James, Sir Henry, M.P., 2, New Court, Temple, London
165 Jeboult, E. Taunton

Jermyn, Right Rev. Hugh, Bishop of Colombo

Johnson, Rev. F. C. Whitelackington

Johnson, Wm. Bishops Hull

JollifFe, H. H. Charlton, Radstock, Bath
170 Jones, W. A. Taunton (deceased)

Kelly, W. M., M.D. Taunton

Kemmis, Mrs. Croham Hurst, Croydon, Surrey

King, H. D. Taunton

King, R. K. M. Walford
175 King, Walter Meade, Taunton

Kinglake, R. A. Weston-super-Mare

Kinglake, J. H., M.D. Taunton

Knott, John, llminster

Knowles, C. Bridgwater
180 Knyfton, T. T. Uphill



LIST OF MEMRKCS. 197

Lambert, W. C. Sfapleton Manor, Dorchester

Lance, Kev. J. E. Buckland St. Mary

Lance, Rev. W. II. Thurlbeer

Lang, Robert, Mancombe, llenburif, Bristol


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