N, pseud. [William Newman] *
Reports on the latest activities of 'the Archaeologists' at Lincoln, including a detailed 'paper upon the wall' by Edward Hawkins, whose 'brother members' were 'sitting on the wall to support and encourage him'. Believes that, had the wall had ears, it would have been 'greatly edified' by the paper. Reports on the poor response to a paper on 'The family of the Dymocks'. Concludes by noting that the author of the latter paper was wheeled home in a 'barrow'.
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