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President’s Address

Trans. Devon. Assoc., vol. XXVII (1895), pp. 25-33.

by

The Right. Hon. Lord Halsbury 

Prepared by Michael Steer

The Devonshire Association’s Presidential Address was delivered at its July 1895 Okehampton meeting. On that occasion Lord Halsbury presented a wide-ranging address on the relationship of Archaeology to Science, Art and Literature.  
Association President for 1895, the eminent Hardinge Stanley Giffard, 1st Earl of Halsbury, PC, QC. (3 September 1823 – 11 December 1921) was both lawyer and Conservative politician who served three times as Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain. In 1898 he was created Earl of Halsbury and Viscount Tiverton, of Tiverton. A comprehensive biography with portraits is available in Wilkipedia. Lord Halsbury’s Presidential Address, from a copy of a rare journal can be downloaded from the Internet Archive. Google has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

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Aristotle31
Bacon, Francis26-8, 31
Bale, John32
Blue Beard30
Bonami32
Boycott, Captain Charles28
Budge, Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson32
Champollion, Jean François30
Chatterton, Thomas28
Clemens Alexandrinus30
Donaldson32
Dugdale, William32
Ethelred II29
Hardicanute29
Hearne, Samuel32
Herod28
Hume, Sir Joseph28
Josephus28
Leitner, Dr. Gottlieb Wilhelm33
Leland, John32
Luke, Saint28
Naville, Mr. Henri Edouard32
Oldbuck, Mr. Jonathan28
Peel, Sir Robert28
Petrie, Mr. Flinders32
Pinches, Mr.32
Pindar, Peter31
Polwhele, Richard27
Prince, John27
Risdon, Tristram27
Sayce, Professor Archibald Henry32
Selden, John27
Sergius Paulus28
Simpson, Mr. William33
Smith, Mr. George32
Stumps, Bill28
Thucydides29
Trajan31
Vitet, Mr. Ludovic32
Walpole, Horace31
Whittington, Richard31