Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, Volume 78

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Chetham Society., 1869 - Cheshire (England)

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Page 1 - That the accounts of the receipts and expenditure of the Society be audited annually, by three auditors, to be elected at the general meeting; and that any member who shall be one year in arrear of his subscription, shall no longer be considered as belonging to the Society.
Page 3 - XV. The Holy Lyfe and History of Saynt Werburge, very frutefull for all Christen People to rede.
Page 2 - Chester's Triumph in Honor of her Prince, as it was performed upon St. George's Day 1610, in the foresaid Citie. Reprinted from the original edition of 1610, with an Introduction and Notes.
Page v - Which records the dispute, And the subsequent suit, Commenced in ' Thirteen sev'nty-five,' — which took root In Le Grosvenor's assuming the arms Le Scroope swore That none but his ancestors, ever before, In foray, joust, battle, or tournament wore, To wit, ' On a Prussian-blue Field, a...
Page 2 - Life of Adam Martindale, written by himself, and now first printed from the original manuscript in the British Museum. Edited by the Rev. RICHARD PARKINSON, BD, Canon of Manchester. pp. xvi, 246. V. Lancashire Memorials of the Rebellion, 1715. By SAMUEL HIBBERT-WARE, MD, FRSE, &c.
Page 1 - The first general meeting to be held on the 23rd day of March, 1843, and the general meeting in each year afterwards on the 1st day of March, unless it should fall on a Sunday, when some other day is to be named by the Council. 3. That the affairs of the Society be conducted by a Council, consisting of a permanent President and...
Page lii - ... annexed unto it, although it be not expressly said or rehearsed in the gift, — that is to say, that the donees shall have the tenements to them and to their heirs between them two begotten. And this is called especial tail, because the issue of the second wife may not inherit.
Page 4 - XXXI. The Stanley Papers, Part II. The Derby Household Books, comprising an account of the Household Regulations and Expenses of Edward and Henry, third and fourth Earls of Derby ; together with a Diary, containing the names of the guests who visited the latter Earl at his houses in Laneashire : by William Farrington, Esq., the Comptroller.
Page 29 - That the common law has no controller in any part of it, but the high court of parliament ; and if it be not abrogated or altered by parliament, it remains still, as Littleton saith.

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