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Página 33 - SOCIETY. FOR THE PUBLICATION OF EARLY HISTORICAL AND LITERARY REMAINS. AT a General Meeting of the Camden Society held at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, on Monday the 2nd May, 1842, THOMAS AMYOT, ESQ.
Página 39 - Treasurer has reported to us that, over and above the present balance of £78 16s. 3d. there are outstanding various subscriptions of Foreign Members, of Members resident in places distant from London, and of Members recently elected, which the Treasurer sees no reason to doubt will be shortly received.
Página 40 - The Members whose names are printed in Small Capitals were on the Council of the year. THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD BRAYBROOKE, FSA, President. (c.) HRH PRINCE ALBERT OF SAXE-COBURG GOTHA, KG, FRS, FSA THE MOST REV. AND RIGHT HON. THE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. THE RIGHT HON. LORD COTTENHAM, LL.D., FRS, LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR.
Página 42 - Rev. Thomas Corser, Stand, Manchester. Rev. GE Corrie, BD Fellow of Cath. Hall, and Norrisian Prof, of Divin. in the Univ. of Cambridge.
Página 26 - I waited on the bishop of St. David's,! with whom I found the bishop of Exeter, who discoursing of and lamenting the debaucherys of the nation, and particularly of the court, imputed them much to the untimely death of the old king, who was always very severe in the education of his present majesty : insomuch that at St. Mary's in Oxford hee did once hitt him on the head with his staffe when he did observe him to laugh (at sermon time) upon the ladys who sate against him. 'T was at that time observ'd,...
Página 43 - John Goate Fisher, Esq. Yarmouth Paul Hawkins Fisher, Esq. The Castle, Stroud Wm. Stevenson Fitch, Esq. Local Secretary at Ipswich Robert Fitch, Esq. Norwich The Right Hon. Earl FitzWilliam Lieut.