of the Philomathesian Society
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July 23, 1843.
by call of the President at 8 o'clock A.M. The roll was called, When Bowe
presented the following resolution which was unanimously adopted. "Resolved,
that an invitation be extended to Mr. Henry N. Hudson, to address the
Philomathesian Society Wednesday evening July 23." The following
resolutions were then presented by Myres.
"Resolved that the thanks of this society be tendered to Mr. Emerson
for his able & eloquent address before the Society on the 22nd inst."
"Resolved that a copy of the above resolution signed by the Rev.
[?] be presented to Mr. Emerson." Motion was then made by Bowe that
a copy of the address be requested for publication. Remarks were then
made upon the motion "Roet Con." Motion was then made that the
roll be called & members answer to their names stating how many copies
they will take. Stewart guarantiesing that they should not cost more than
eight cents per copy. Carried. The roll was then called & 193 copies
were taken. Motion was then passed that "when we adjourn we adjourn
to meet at the Vestry immediately after the exercises of the Senior Class."
Some remarks were then made relative to passing the resolutions of Myres
& the Society adj.
3 ½ o'clock
Met at the Vestry & after the calling to order Stewart reported the
results of his conference with the Alumni. The resolutions of Myres were
then passed & also the resolutions requesting a copy for publication
after which the Society adj'd.
S. Albee, Sec.