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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Editorial paragraphs. (search)
mbers. Two brave men have fallen at their posts of duty. Peace to their ashes! Lists of names and the postoffice address of persons likely to subscribe to our papers have been sent us by a number of our friends. We are anxious to secure similar lists from every quarter. Our books — the bound volume of our papers, and our March and April numbers on Treatment of prisoners, bound into a volume — have been very highly commended as beautiful specimens of the book-maker's art. Mr. Geo. W. Gary has executed our printing in admirable style, and Mr. L. Lewis has done our stereotyping very satisfactorily. We are also under special obligations to our binder, Mr. W. S. Simons, for the excellent taste he has displayed in getting up our styles of binding, the skillful manner in which he has done the work, and the very moderate rates of his charges. We thus have Richmond made books (paper, printing, stereotyping, and binding), which are really beautiful, and which will compare fav
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Annual meeting of the Southern Historical Society. (search)
Society: Receipts. Membership fees, subscriptions, and advertisements.$3,746 30 Donation of W. W. Corcoran, Esq500 00   Total receipts$4,246 30 Cash on hand, as per last report815 66 Total funds$5,061 96 Disbursements. Paid George W. Gary for printing Monthly Papers$2,471 85 Paid L. Lewis for stereotyping192 00 W. S. Simons for binding100 00 Office desk, book shelves, mailing Monthly Papers, and miscellaneous office expenses158 00 Commissions to agents294 63 Postage accoulars, etc147 3   Freight and express18 0   Paid clerk105 00 Salary of Secretary from October 15th, 1875, to October 31, 1876,1,250 00   Total expenditures$5,010 02 Balance in the treasury$51 94 We have the following liabilities: George W. Gary, for printing$819 00 L. Lewis, for stereotyping259 00 W. S. Simons, for binding44 27   Total liabilities$1,122 27 To liquidate this amount we have the following available assets: Donation promised 4th of November$500 00 Due from