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SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY.

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SHAKESPEARE TERCENTENARY. Committee Room, Stratford-on-Avon, December 23rd. 1883. The Mayor (Mr Flower) presided, and ttie ordinary business being disposed of, he reported that on the 14th instant he attended a meeting in Manchester, at the in- vitation of that City, and the following resolutiun was unanimously adopted:â That this committee fully recognise the strong claims which the local committee of Stratford-on-Avon have upon the public generally throughout the kingdom for co-operation and assistance, in their determination to secure at Stratford-on-Avon a National Monument; and that this committee undertake in such manner as may be hereafter determined, to give their cordial as- sistance to such local committee He also reported that on the 18tb in ;tant, he attended a meeting at Birmingham, at the invitation of the Mayor of that town, and that the following resolution was carried unanimously:â That this meeting fully recognises the strong claims which the Local Committee of Stratford-on-Avon have upon the public generally throughout the kingdom, and especially upon Birmingham, for co-operation and as- sistance in their determination to celebrate the tercen- tenary of Shakespeare's birth." He further reported that on the 21st instant, he at- tended a preliminary meeting at Liverpool, at the invi- tation of the Mayor of that town-when the Tercenten- ary was fully disenssed. After the meeting, the Mayor, of Liverpool, J. C. Ewart, Es- M.P. for Liverpool, and the Rev. Dr. Hume, consented to have their names add- ed to the list of Vice-presidents.

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