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We have examined the above General Abstract, and compared the Vouchers for the details of the several heads thereof, and find the same to be correct, leaving a Balance to the credit of the Academy's General Account of Thirty-seven Pounds Eight Shillings and Three Pence, and to the Treasure Trove Account of Two Hundred and Fifty-nine Pounds Seven Shillings and Two Pence, and to the Todd Memorial Account of Eighty-six Pounds Four Shillings and Five Pence, making in all a Balance of Three Hundred and Eighty-two Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Ten Pence.
The Treasurer has also exhibited to us Certificates in respect of the invested Capital, showing that the amounts of Stock standing in the name of the Academy were £2653 98. 9d., Two-and-three-quarters per Cent. Consolidated Government Stock, Account A, being the Capital of the “Cunningham Fund”; and £3723 58. ld. Two-and-three-quarters per Cent. Consolidated Government Stock, Account B, being Capital derived from Life Compositions. Like Certificates have been exhibited to us showing a sum of £1209 188. 4d., Consolidated Government Stock, in the Court of Chancery, and a sum of £276 9s. 11d., Consolidated Government Stock, standing in the names of Trustees, which together form the Invested Capital of the “ Todd Memorial Fund.”
PAGE 9.-A Study of the Intravascular Coagulation produced by the Injection of
Wooldridge's Tissue-Fibrinogen. By A. E. WRIGHT, M.D., Dubl.,
London), . . . . . . . . . . . 117 10.-Crop and Sternum of Opisthocomus Cristatus : a Contribution to the
Question of the Correlation of Organs and the Inheritance of
in the University of Cambridge. (Plates VII. and VIII.), . . 147 11.-On some recently discovered Fragments of an Old Latin Version of
Holy Scripture. By Rev. J. H. BERNARD, B.D., F.T.C.D., . 155 12.--On the Orbit of the Binary Star · Leonis ( 1536). By J. E. GORE,
M.R.I.A., F.R.A.S., Honorary Member, Liverpool Astronomical
Society, . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 13.—Saint Fiacre de la Brie. By JOSEPI CASIMIR O'MEAGIER, : 173 14.—Greek in Gaul and Western Europe down to A.D. 700. By Rev.
GEORGE T. STOKES, D.D., · · · · · · · · 177 15.—The Knowledge of Greek in Ireland between A.D. 500 and 900. By
Rev. GEORGE T. STOKES, D.D., . . . . . . . 187 16.-On a New Species of Lernæopoda from the West Coast of Ireland; and
Polperro, Cornwall. By W. F. DE VISMES KANE, M.A. (Plates
IX, and X.), · · · · · · · · · · · 203 17.-Report on the Estuarine Clays of the North-East of Ireland. By R. LLOYD PRAEGER, B.E., M.R.I.A., . . . , .
. 212 18.-On a Shrine lately found in Lough Erne, now belonging to Thomas
Plunkett, Esq., T.C., Enniskillen. By Rev. DENIS MURPHY, S.J., 19.—On a Stone with a Greek Inscription (Early Christian) from Upper
Egypt. By CHARLES H. KEENE, M.A. (Plate XI,), . . . 295
[Minutes of the Meetings of the Academy, from April 13, 1891, to
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