The Chronicle of the Monastry of Abingdon: From A.D. 1218 to A.D. 1304 ...

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Berkshire Ashmolean Society, 1844 - 69 páginas
 

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Página 88 - WE, the Auditors appointed to audit the Accounts of the Camden Society, report to the Society, that the Treasurer has exhibited to us an Account of the Receipts and Expenditure...
Página 79 - That every Member of the Society who shall intimate to the Council his desire to withdraw from the same, or who shall not pay his Subscription for the current year within three Months after his Election, or after such Subscription shall have become due, shall thereupon cease to be a Member of the Society. XX.
Página 79 - ... have become due, shall thereupon cease to be a Member of the Society. XX. That the Council may appoint Local Secretaries in such places, and with such authorities as to them shall seem expedient ; every Local Secretary being a Member of the Society. XXI. That no alteration shall be made in these Laws, except at a General Meeting, nor then, unless One Month's notice of any alteration intended to be proposed at such Meeting shall have been given in writing to the Secretary. FOR THE FOURTH YEAR,...
Página 77 - Meeting of the subscribers shall be held annually within the first three months of the year. 5. The management of the affairs of the Society shall be vested in a. Council consisting of nine members, viz.
Página 78 - Members. X. That in the absence of the President and Director, the Council at their Meetings shall elect a Chairman, who shall have a casting vote in case of equality of numbers, and shall also retain his right to vote upon all questions submitted to the Council.
Página 78 - Directors (but always subject to the control of the Council) to supervise the editing of the publications of the Society, to suggest suitable editors, and generally to advise the Council with respect to carrying the objects of the Society into effect. 12. Each member shall be entitled to one copy of every work published by the Society as for any year of his membership. No person other than an Honorary Member shall receive any such work until his subscription for the year as for which the same shall...
Página 78 - XIV. That the Members shall be invited to contribute or recommend Works for publication. XV. That Editors of Works printed by the Society shall be entitled to Twenty Copies of the Works they edit. XVI. That the Council shall determine what number of copies of each Work shall be printed, and that the copies over and above those required by the Members shall be sold in such manner, and at such prices, as shall be fixed by the Council, the proceeds being carried to the account of the Society. XVII....
Página 77 - Manuscripts ; Second, the reprinting of Works of sufficient rarity and importance to make Reprints desirable ; and Third, the publication of Translations of Historical Works not previously rendered into English. III. That the Society shall consist of One Thousand Two Hundred Members, being Subscribers of One Pound annually ; such Subscription to be paid in advance, on or before the first day of May in every year.
Página 79 - ... That the Council shall determine what number of copies of each Work shall be printed, and that the copies over and above those required by the Members shall be sold in such manner, and at such prices, as shall be fixed by the Council, the proceeds being carried to the account of the Society. XVII. That the Publications of the Society shall all form separate and distinct Works, without any other connexion than that which must necessarily exist between the volumes of such Works as consist of several...
Página 81 - Report be received and printed, and that the Thanks of the Society be given to the Council for their services.

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