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Excerpt from Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 1875, Vol. 4
The Treasurer being absent, his accounts were presented by the Secretary, showing a balance in the treasury on the 31 st December of,1,177.33, and investments amounting to,12,135.84.
The Executive Committee, after referring for details to the reports of the officers and Standing Committees, stated that they took great satisfaction in directing attention to the annually increasing evidences of the usefulness of the Society, and to the assurance thus afforded that the institution had reached a position that secured its perpetuity and should give it a strong hold on the confidence and affection of every Jerseyman who loves his State and is proud of her historic renown.
The interest now taken in the history of the State, compared with the little manifested before the formation of the Society, is, in a great measure, due to the impressions made on the intelligent population of the commonwealth of the value of its publications, and the inducements and facilities for historic research offered by its constantly increasing library.
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