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line of the vallum, and between the ditch and the north agger. It keeps parallel with the vallum, which at this point is also parallel with the wall ; but where the vallum makes its noticeable deflection to the south-west the road continues in the straight line, and in order that it may do this a considerable length of the north agger has been removed to make way for it. After the road approaches Down Hill it makes an S curve and sweeps round the hill to avoid passing over the highest point. The vallum meanwhile keeps to the south flank of the hill.
Of the sections generally it may be said that though not much was found in the way of actual remains they have given us more accurate surveys of the exact present contour of the earthworks than anything that has yet been made.
The members of the committee hope that the antiquarian public will be sufficiently interested in the important questions relating to the history of Roman Britain which may be elucidated by researches of this kind to furnish them with funds for the excavation of at least one mile-castle and one camp in the ensuing season.
THE NORTHUMBERLAND EXCAVATION FUND IN ACCOUNT WITH
HODGKIN, BARNETT, PEASE, SPENCE, & Co.
d. Mar. 16. To Nicholson, for
Oct. 12. By T. Hodgkin 2 2 0 Printing, &c. 1 17 0
C. J. Spence Aug. 14. Expenses to Down
J. P. Gibson
26. Major-General Sir loss of Animal... 5 5 0
W. Crossman... 2 2 0 Oct. 18. Jameson for Ex
27. H. F. Swan
2 2 0 cavations 15 0 0
2 2 0 Balance ...
5 1 0 Nov. 1. Sheriton Holmes 1 1 0
0 10 6
1 0 25. J. A. Harrison ... 0 5 0 Feb. 28. Ed. Craster
1 1 0 June 29. R. Welford
5 5 0 Sept. 15. Ed. Fisher
1 1 0
£27 16 6
£27 16 6
... £5 1 0
2 See Plates 01 and 0la.
At the Annual Meeting of the Society held on the 31st day of January, 1894, it was resolved that the following additions be made to
Statute IV. (see p. xvii) “That the librarian be ex-officio a member of the council.”
Statute X. (see p. xix) “And that no paper be printed at the society's expense before it be read in whole or in part at a meeting ; and that no paper which has been printed elsewhere be read at any meeting unless it be first submitted to the council at a meeting of the council ; and that no paper which has been printed elsewhere be printed in the society's transacticns except at the request of the council ; and the council shall issue to the members two illustrated parts of Archaeologia Aeliana in each year, viz.: in the months of January and June, such parts to be in addition to the monthly issue of the Proceedings, and the annual report, list of members, balance sheet and statutes. THE COUNCIL AND OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY
FOR THE YEAR M.DCCC.XCIV.
MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES
ON THE 31st JANUARY, 1994.
Date of Election.
1840 Feb. 3 His Excellency John Sigismund von Mösting, Copenhagen. 1841 Sept. 5 Sir Charles Newton, K.C.B., M.A. 1851 Feb. 3 Ferdinand Denis, Keeper of the Library of St. Geneviève, at
Paris, 1851 Feb. 3 Sir Charles Anderson, Bart., Lea Hall, Gainsborough. 1851 Feb. 3 Daniel Wilson, LL.D., Principal of the University of Toronto. 1855 Jan. 3 J. J. Howard, LL.D., F.S.A., Dartmouth Row, Blackheath,
Kent. 1865 April 5 The Duca di Brolo. 1883 June 27 Professor Emil Hübner, LL.D., Ahornstrasse 4, Berlin, 1883 June 27 Professor Mommsen, Marchstrasse 8, Charlottenburg bei Berlin. 1883 June 27 Professor George Stephens, Copenbagen. 1883 June 27 Dr. Hans Hildebrand, Royal Antiquary of Sweden, Stockholm. 1883 June 27 A. W. Franks, C.B., Keeper of British Antiquities in the British
Museum. 1883 June 27 Ernest Chantre, Lyons. 1883 Oct. 31 A. von Cohausen, Wiesbaden. 1886 June 30 Ellen King Ware (Mrs.), The Abbey, Carlisle. 1886 June 30 Gerrit Assis Hulsebos, Lit. Hum. Doct., &c., Utrecht, Holland. 1886 June 30 Edwin Charles Clark, LL.D., F.S. A., &c., Cambridge. 1886 June 30 David Mackinlay, 6, Great Western Terrace, Glasgow. 1888 Jan. 25 General Pitt-Rivers, F.S.A., Rushmore, Salisbury. 1892 Jan. 27 Sir John Evans, K.C.B., D.C.L., &c., &c., Nash Mills, Hemel
Hempstead. 1892 May 25 Professor Karl Zangemeister, Heidelberg.