l Society papers, will be found, we think, in no respect inferior to our previous volumes in interest or historic value.
We had hoped to issue it earlier in the year, but have been delayed by a press of other work on our printers.
Renewals for 1887 are now in order, and we beg our friends to forward to us without delay their $3.00—a small matter to each one of them, but a very important matter to us.
Remember that membership fees for 1887 are due on the 1st day of January, and that prompt1887 are due on the 1st day of January, and that prompt payment is very important to us. If we could collect the back dues of our members and subscribers, we would have money enough in the treasury to run the Society, on its present economical basis, for several years to come.
But the fact that delinquents are so slow in paying their dues makes it all the more imperative that our old friends, who have steadily stood by us, should be prompt now. Then be sure to send us your subscription at once, before you lay this aside.
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