RECORDS OF MSS. AND DOCUMENTS POSSESSED BY THE JEWS IN ENGLAND BEFORE THE EXPULSION

I should like to begin by offering congratulations to my predecessor, Mr. Elkan N. Adler, whose second term has been especially successful in providing the Society with needed funds. I may be allowed to express a hope that this sounder financial footing will enable the Society to go forward in its historical work. It would be gratifying to see the comple? tion of the Exchequer publications, which Mr. Bigg began and continued with so much learning and skill; to see the editing of certain Jewish docu? ments now in the Starr Chamber at Westminster Abbey and elsewhere; and to welcome the history of the Jewries in many of our important towns, such as Oxford, York, Bristol, Norwich, Stamford, &c.

It has been thought best to open our Session to-day with the usual Business Meeting, and with a Presidential Address; and we reserve for a second meeting, to be held on

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