After the reading of several letters, the president called attention to the family coat of arms which had been painted in water colors by Harry Bicknell, and then introduced Mr. David Bicknell of New Jersey, of the London branch of the Bicknell family, who gave a short but interesting account of his family, and exhibited three portraits, of his grandfather William, his father William J., and his uncle Elhanan, the latter a gentleman of great wealth and a distinguished art-patron of London.
After a vote of thanks to the Committee of Arrangements and the appointment of a Publication Committee, consisting of
|QUINCY BICKNELL,||MRS. CLARA B. WALKER,|
|THOMAS W. BICKNELL,||MRS. T. W. BICKNELL,|
|GEORGE A. BICKNELL,||MRS. E. B. CRANE,|
|ELLERY B. CRANE,||MRS. A. M. HOLLAND,|
|ROBERT T. BICKNELL.||MRS. GEO. W. BICKNELL,|