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Handwritten at head of title: "No. 10".
"City of Natchez, Saturday, October 1, 1803. Eleven present, viz. 1. Isaac Briggs, 2. W. C. C. Claiborne, 3. William Dunbar, 4. John Henderson, 5. Jesse Greenfield, 6. David Lattimore, 7. Ferdinand L. Claiborne, 8. John Girault, 9. Benjamin Farar, 10. Israel E. Trask, 11. Lewis Kerr"--P. .
"Article X. These articles may be amended on the motion of not less than three members, provided that the same be concurred in by at least two thirds of the members present at an annual or quarterly meeting, and likewise sanctioned by the concurrence of at least two thirds of the members present at the next ensuing annual or quarterly meeting (as the case may be) and in no other manner and at no other times or meetings whatsoever. 1. Isaac Briggs, 2. William C. C. Claiborne, 3. William Dunbar, 4. John Henderson, 5. Jesse Greenfield, 6. David Lattimore, 7. Ferdinand L. Claiborne, 8. John Girault, 9. Benjamin Farar, 10. Israel E. Trask, 11. Philander Smith, 12. Adam Tooley, 13. Joseph Macreary, 14. Samuel Briggs, Junior, 15. Joseph Briggs, 16. Hore Browse Trist, 17. Lewis Kerr"--P. 8.
"On motion, Resolved, That the Society do proceed to elect a president, two vice-presidents, a treasurer and a secretary to serve for the ensuing year. A ballot is accordingly held and the following members are elected, viz. Isaac Briggs, President. William C. C. Claiborne, William Dunbar, Vice-Presidents. John Henderson, Treasurer. Lewis Kerr, Secretary. October 8th, 1803. Ordered, That the society do proceed to ballot for the election of an assistant secretary, and a librarian and curator. A ballot is accordingly held, and the following members are elected, viz. Joseph Briggs, Assistant Secretary. John Girault, Librarian & Curator"--P. 9.
"Members elected since the institution of the Society. 1803. Stephen Minor, G. E. Pendergrast, John Ellis, Samuel Postlethwait, 15 Oct. Abner Green, Andrew Marschalk, William Conner, William Scott, Alexander Ross, 5 Nov. Joseph Pannill, George Poindexter, Seth Lewis, 12 Nov. Corresponding members 1803. William Lattimore, 15 Oct. James Madison, Robert R. Livingston, Samuel L. Mitchill, Thomas Moore, Henry Tooley, 5 Nov. John Sibley, 12 Nov. Silas Dinsmore, 4 Feb."--P. 13.
"William Connor, Speaker of the House of Representatives. John Ellis, President of the Legislative Council. Approved, November 18, 1803. William C. C. Claiborne, Governor of the Mississippi Territory"--P. 15.
As described in A bibliography of Mississippi imprints, 1798-1830, no. 28, and American bibliography, a preliminary checklist for 1801-1819, no. 6801.
No. 28 in Douglas C. McMurtrie's A bibliography of Mississippi imprints, 1798-1830. McMurtrie found no existing copy and assumed it was printed by Andrew Marschalk in Natchez, though, as it turns out, it was printed in Washington, D.C. and is, therefore, not a Mississippi imprint.