The Council having decided to continue the issue of its Transactions during the time of war, this volume is now circulated to them embers
of the Society with certain customary features modified. For reasons of economy the Preface has been curtailed, the number of photo?
graphs limited to one, whilst the Laws and the List of Members have been omitted.

The succession of lectures and publications under the auspices of the Society in the years 1935?1939 is evidence of its continued vitality. The membership now exceeds 800. The general communal interest in our work is revealed by the attendances at the annual Lucien Wolf Memorial Lectures when the Great Hall of University College was filled by audiences of over a thousand visitors. In order to popularise the Society in communities beyond the metropolis, meetings have been held in Liverpool, Harrogate, Brighton, Man? chester and Birmingham?many new subscribers being thus enrolled.

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