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Vols. i. and ii. By B. E. Hildebrand. From the Academy of Stockholm.
9. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. Vol. x., Part III. From the Society.
10. Journal of the Royal Historical and Archæ:ological Association of Ireland. 4th Series, vol. iv., Nos. 33, 34, 1878, with Index and Notes. From the Association.
11. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London. Vol. vii., No. 4. From the Society.
12. Zeitschrift fü:r Numismatik. Bd. vi., Heft 1 and 2. From the Editor.
13. Compte rendu de la Commission Impé:riale Arché:ologique de St. Petersbourg pour l'annee 1875, with Atlas. From the Commission.
14. Synopsis Numorum Veterum qui in Museo Numismatico Athenarum publice adservantur, by A. Postolacca. From the Author.
15. Revue Beige de Numismatique. Liv. 3, 1878. From the Editor.
16. Florin d'argent iné:dit d'Egenolphe de Rebeaupierre. By A. Engel. From the Author.
17. Mé:langes de Numismatique, 1877. Fasc. 5 and 6. From the Editors.
18. Bulletino di Correspondenza Archeologica, 1878. Nos. 6-9. From the Imperial German Archæ:ological Institute at Rome.
19. Miscellaneous Papers on Roman and other Coins, and a 'Supplement to the History of Jewish Coinage and Money in the Old and New Testaments,' and 'Christian Emblems on the Coins of Constantine I. the Great, his Family and his Successors.' By F. W. Madden, Esq. From the Author.
Mr. Evans exhibited a second brass or dupondius of Agrippa, struck on the flan of a medallion.
Mr. Webb exhibited a singular half-crown of Charles I., dated 1643, with the mark of value above and Oxon below the inscription in the field of the reverse.
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