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Rev. J. P. Peters, Ph.D., Cor. 99th St. and oth Ave., New York,
5 West 35th St., New York, N.Y. Prof. H. M. Scott,
Congregational Theol. Sem., Chicago, Ill. Rev. Jacob Streibert, West Haven, Conn. Prof. E. B. Andrews, Providence, R.I. Prof. E. D. Burton, Newton Centre, Mass. Rev. J. J. McCook, 114 Main St., Hartford, Conn. Prof. J. W. Lindsay, D.D., 12 Somerset St., Boston, Mass. Rev. F. A. Henry,
Ridgefield, Conn. Prof. J. F. Genung, Ph.D., Amherst, Mass. Prof. D. M. Welton, Ph.D., Toronto, Canada. Prof. G. T. Ladd, D.D., New Haven, Conn.
The Society further adopted the recommendation of the Council to the effect that Hartford, Conn., be the place of the next meeting, and Profs. Bissell and Hart, and Rev. Mr. Andrews, a committee to fix the date, and make all necessary arrangements.
At the conclusion of these matters of business, it was voted that the presentation of the brief notes, which were next in order, be deferred, in order that Prof. W. A. Stevens might read his paper on Ænon near to Salim,” which was followed by a short discussion.
Among the notes afterwards offered were the following:
One by Prof. Francis Brown, on the Gospel of Matthew in a MS. of the National Library at Paris, edited by John Wordsworth, A.M.
One by Rev. J. I. Mombert, D.D., on Ziegler's series of printed editions of the ante-Hieronymian portions of the Italic text, with a reference to the speaker's edition of Tyndale's Pentateuch in process of publication.
One by Rev. W. H. Ward, D.D., on Ps. xci. 4, as illustrated by the decorations on the Bowl of Palestrina. See Le Journal Asiatique, 1878.
A second by Dr. Hall, on two Greek MSS., one a copy of Chrysostom's Homilies on Ephesians, and his Hermeneia on Galatians ; the other, a Lexicon in the Philadelphia Library, -- and two liturgical works in the possession of Hiram Hitchcock, Esq., of New York.
At the close of the hour devoted to these notes, Rev. J. I. Mombert, D.D., requested permission, which was granted, to read his paper on “The Tridentine Decrees concerning the Holy Scriptures, and the History of the Official Text of the Scriptures of the Church of Rome."
The discussion which followed this paper elicited much that was interesting concerning the Latin MSS. of the Bible.
At this point, it was moved and voted that the meeting close with the session then in progress, but that the session be extended long enough to allow the presentation of the papers yet to be read.
Prof. I. H. Hall, Ph.D., then gave the Society a description of “ The Union Theological Seminary's Syriac MS. of the Gospels, etc."
Dr. Mombert asked permission to publish, in the next volume of the Journal, some additions to an article in that of 1882.
It was voted to authorize the Council to publish the papers read during the year as far as the funds on hand would permit.
The remainder of Prof. Warfield's paper was then read, and one by Rev. B. Pick, Ph.D., on “The History of the Printed Text of the Old Testament,” was read by its title.
There were present at one or both sessions of the meeting, Drs. Buttz, Crosby, Hitchcock, Mombert, and Terry; Profs. Ballantine, Beckwith, Bissell, Briggs, Brown, Gardiner, Hall, Harper, Hart, Mitchell, Moore, and Stevens; Revs. Gillett, Micou, Rice, and Riggs.
A rough copy of the minutes was read and corrected, after which the Society, at 6.30, adjourned.
H. G. MITCHELL,
LIST OF MEMBERS,
Members are requested to give the Secretary notice of changes in their
Prof. Ezra Abbot, D.D., LL.D., *
23 Berkeley St., Cambridge, Mass.
* Died March 21, 1884.
Prof. Francis Brown,
Union Theol. Sem., New York, N.Y. Prof. E. D. Burton,
Newton Centre, Mass. Prof. H. A. Buttz, D.D.,
Madison, N.J. Pres. W. C. Cattell, D.D.,
Easton, Penn. Rev. T. W. Chambers, D.D., 70 West 36th St., New York, N.Y. Pres. Thomas Chase, LL.D., Haverford Coll., Montgomery Co.,
Penn. Rev. W. H. Cobb,
Uxbridge, Mass. Rev. Howard Crosby, D.D., LL.D., 116 East 19th St., New York, N.Y. Rev. E. R. Craven, D.D.,
Newark, N.J. Prof. E. L. Curtis,
1060 North Halsted St., Chicago, Ill. Prof. S. I. Curtiss, D.D.,
364 Washington Boulevard, Chicago,
Ill. Prof. G. E. Day, D.D.,
New Haven, Conn. Prof. John De Witt, D.D.,
New Brunswick, N.J. Prof. Timothy Dwight, D.D., New Haven, Conn. Prof. LI. I. Evans, D.D.,
Lane Theol. Sem., Cincinnati, O. Prof. Henry Ferguson,
Hartford, Conn. Prof. G. P. Fisher, D.D., LL.D., New Haven, Conn. Prof. Frederic Gardiner, D.D., Middletown, Conn. Prof. F. A. Gast, D.D.,
Lancaster, Penn. Prof. J. F. Genung, Ph.D.,
Amherst, Mass. Rev. C. R. Gillett,
Union Theol. Sem., New York, N.Y. Prof. D. R. Goodwin, D.D., LL.D., 3927 Locust St., Philadelphia, Penn. Prof. E. P. Gould,
34 North Ave., Cambridge, Mass. Prof. Isaac H. Hall, Ph.D.,
725 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Penn. Prof. W. R. Harper, Ph.D., Morgan Park (near Chicago), III. Prof. Samuel Hart,
New Haven, Conn.
Ridgefield, Conn. Rev. F. G. Hibbard, D.D.,
Clifton Springs, N.Y. Prof. E. Y. Hincks,
Andover, Mass. Prof. R. D. Hitchcock, D.D., LL.D., Union Theol. Sem., New York, N.Y. Prof. A. B. Hyde, D.D.,
Meadville, Penn. Rev. S. M. Jackson,
14 East 31st St., New York, N.Y. Rev. E. H. Jewett, D.D.,
Norwich, Conn. Prof. G. T. Ladd, D.D.,
New Haven, Conn. Prof. J. W. Lindsay, D.D.,
West Newton, Mass. Prof. D. G. Lyon, Ph.D.,
Lowell St., Cambridge, Mass. Rev. J. J. McCook,
Hartford, Conn. Rev. C. M. Mead, Ph.D.,
Leipzig, Germany. Rev. Selah Merrill, D.D.,
Prof. G. F. Moore,
Andover, Mass. Rev. P. A. Nordell,
New London, Conn. Prof. Howard Osgood, D.D., Rochester, N.Y. Prof. J. A. Paine, Ph.D.,
Tarrytown, N.Y. Rev. J. P. Peters, Ph.D.,
Cor. 99th St. & 10th Ave., New York,
1122 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Penn. Prof. T. H. Rich,
Lewiston, Me. Prof. M. B. Riddle, D.D.,
Hartford, Conn. Rev. J. F. Riggs,
Cranford, N.J. Prof. C. J. H. Ropes,
Bangor, Me. Prof. Philip Schaff, D.D., LL.D., 42 Bible House, New York, N.Y. Prof. G. H. Schodde, Ph.D., Columbus, O. Prof. H. M. Scott,
248 Washington Boulevard, Chicago,
Ill. Prof. Charles Short, LL.D.,
24 West both St., New York, N.Y. Prof. H. P. Smith,
Lane Theol. Sem., Cincinnati, O. Rev. Newman Smyth, D.D., New Haven, Conn. Prof. O. S. Stearns, D.D.,
Newton Centre, Mass. Rev. R. P. Stebbins, D.D.,
Newton Centre, Mass. Rev. Daniel Steele, D.D.,
West Haven, Conn.
249 West 43d St., New York, N.Y. Prof. J. H. Thayer, D.D.,
New Haven, Conn.
37 East 35th St., New York, N.Y. Rev. W. H. Ward, D.D.,
Office of The Independent, New York,
Rock Island, Ill.