Collectanea Relating to Manchester and Its Neighbourhood, at Various Periods, Volume 68

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John Harland
Chetham society, 1866 - Manchester (England)

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Page 257 - RULES. 1. That the Society shall be limited to three hundred and fifty members. 2. That the Society shall consist of members being subscribers of one pound annually, such subscription to be paid in advance, on or before the day of general meeting in each year. The first general meeting to be held on the 23rd day of March, 1843, and the general meeting in each year afterwards on the...
Page 256 - I call to remembrance my song : and in the night I commune with mine own heart, and search out my spirits.
Page 258 - FLS pp. viii, 206. II. Tracts relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War. Edited and Illustrated from Contemporary Documents bv GEORGE OKMEKOD, DCL, FRS, FSA, FGS, author of
Page 236 - A Compleat Collection of Devotions, both publick and private : taken from the Apostolical Constitutions, the ancient liturgies and the Common Prayer Book of the Church of England : printed at London in the year 1734.
Page 240 - Much of old time, and much of ancient lore ; Strange and scarce books had he, and curious coins, Medals, and painted glass, and ponderous arms, — Helmets and breastplates, gauntlets vast, and shields Of many kinds, proof against bloody...
Page 230 - If they consent to these conditions, the Governor and principal officers are to deliver themselves up immediately, and the castle, citadel, and all the gates ,of the town, are to be taken possession of forthwith by the King's troops. All the small arms are to be lodged in the town guard-room ; and the rest of the garrison are to retire to the cathedral, where a guard is to be placed over them. No damage is to be done to the artillery, arms, or ammunition.
Page 236 - Humbly offered to the confederation of the present churches of Christendom, Greek, Roman, English, and all others. Part II. Being a primitive method of daily private prayer, containing devotions for the morning and evening, and for the ancient hours of prayer, nine, twelve, and three ; together with hymns and thanksgivings for the Lord's day and Sabbath, and prayers for fasting days ; as also devotions for the altar, and graces before and after meat : all taken from the apostolical constitutions...
Page 230 - All the terms his royal highness will or can grant to the rebel garrison of Carlisle are, that they shall not be put to the sword, but be reserved for the king's pleasure.
Page 233 - Awake, infernal wretch!" he cried, "And view this mangled shade, That in thy perjur'd faith relied, And basely was betray'd.
Page 257 - President and VicePresident, and twelve other members, including a Treasurer and Secretary, all of whom shall be elected, the first two at the general meeting next after a vacancy shall occur, and the twelve other members at the general meeting annually. 4. That any member may compound for his future subscriptions by the payment of ten pounds.

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