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Rev. Dr. Crombie
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E. B. Sugden, Esq. Rt. Hon. Earl of Shefheld Sir S. Romilly, M. P. Dr. Maclean
D. B. Payne, Esq.
J. Chitty, Esq.
Rev. P. Gandolphy G. Joy, Esq.
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T. Le Mesurier T.N.Talfourd, Esq. &c.&c. -Bishop of Lincoln C. Marsh, M. P.
J. C. Eustace - Bishop of Meath Serj. Onslow, M. P. — T. Falconer, M. A.
H. Wrottesley, M. P. J. Wardrop, F. R. S. M. Benj. Constant
G. Chalmers, F. R. S. S. A. M. Carnot
T. Forster, F. L. S. Professor Goerres
M. Say, &c. &e. Sir T. Beruard, Bt. Rev. Dr. Tatham
C. Butler, Esq.
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