Excerpt from Transactions of the Odontological Society of Great Britain, Vol. 16
On taking his seat, the president said he was glad to see SO good an attendance of members, and trusted they had come prepared to enter upon the work of a new session with renewed vigour after th... e recess. He should be glad to see a larger proportion of the members taking an active part in the proceedings; it would add much to the life of the Society's meetings if the members generally were more willing to take their Share in the discussions on the casual communications and the paper of the evening.
The Minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, The president called upon the Curator to exhibit the chief additions which had been made to the museum Since the last meeting of the Society.
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