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Excerpt from Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society: First Quarter, January to March, 1906

Our Society has been now some fourteen years in existence. Originally founded in 1893, under its present President, it held its first general meeting ... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Journal of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society: First Quarter, January to March, 1906

Our Society has been now some fourteen years in existence. Originally founded in 1893, under its present President, it held its first general meeting in January of the following year, and issued its first journal a few months later. We may claim for it therefore that it has reached the age of puberty, and expect that, as it has come safely and successfully through the dangers incidental to infancy and childhood, it will live to labour long and usefully in local antiquarian and historical fields.

Some couple of years, or more, since, the Society's journal ceased publication, and for some time previous to that its appearance had been irregular. All this naturally led to a decline Of interest in the Society and its objects (see Rule When recently, however, on the initiative of a few enthusiastic members, resumption of work was resolved on, intimation of the fact met with a response so hearty and sympathetic as to leave no doubt the Society had life and vigour in abundance, and only needed occasion for their exercise. Assurance of co-operation came voluntarily from more than one influential quarter, and over twenty new members were admitted. The present Editor was thereupon requested to take charge Of the journal, and a Provisional Committee, with the Bishop of Waterford as chairman, was appointed to re-establish the Society on a secure foundation. Revival of an Association such as ours is almost as difficult a task as its first establishment; in some respect indeed revival is the more difficult of the two. As however, in the present instance, revival has been happily accomplished, and as the prospects ahead are decidedly hopeful, further reference to this last point is unnecessary.

The Committee is in a position to announce that arrangements have been Completed which will ensure regular publication Of the journal for the future. Arrangements are also being made for development Of the Society's work by Lectures and Meetings. Announcement of the opening Lecture, by the distinguished scholar who presides so worthily over the Queen's College, Cork, willbe made at an early date. All members not in arrears will receive cards (two) of invitation to Lectures and Meetings. Later on, it is proposed to organise Excursions to places of historic note in our vicinity, and to provide the party with efficient guides.

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