Works of the Camden Society, Volume 14

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Camden Society, 1841 - Great Britain

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Page 128 - George L. Craik, Esq. Rev. John Antony Cramer, DD Public Orator, Oxford. Rev. Richard Crawley, MA Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire. Anthony Crofton, Esq. Barrister. The Rt. Hon. John Wilson Croker, LL.D., FRS THOMAS CROFTON CROKER, Esq. FSA, MRIA James Crofts, Esq.
Page 120 - THE CAMDEN SOCIETY, for the Publication of Early Historical and Literary Remains." II. That the objects of the Society shall be, First, the publication of...
Page 140 - FSA Barrister-at-Law. William Robinson, Esq. LL.D. FSA Barrister-at-Law. William Robinson, Esq. Dudley. John Roby, Esq. MRSL Rev. Daniel Rock, DD Mr. Rodwell, New Bond street.
Page 121 - Council shall not attend more than one-third of the number of Meetings of the Council, such Member shall be considered to be one of the retiring 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. XI. That the Funds of the Society shall be disbursed in payment of necessary expenses incident...
Page 127 - Henry Christy, Esq. William Church, Esq. Streatley, Reading. Rev. Thomas Townson Churton, MA Brazenose College, Oxford. Rev. Francis Foreman Clark, BA Townfield House, near Newcastle, Staffordshire. George Thomas Clark, Esq. William Clark, MD Professor of Anatomy, Cambridge.
Page 122 - ... subscription shall receive a copy of every work published by the Society during the year, for each sum of One Pound subscribed, without any charge for the same; and that the number of copies printed in each year, shall be limited to the quantity required for the number actually subscribed for. VI. — That every member of the Society who shall intimate to the Council a desire to withdraw, or who shall not pay the subscription by the time appointed, shall cease to be a member of the Society ;...
Page 117 - Society may well be gratified at having been the means of adding to the materials of the History of England, the Chronicle of Josceline de Brakelond , a work edited with singular care and judgment, and unique in its character, as affording an illustration of monastic life more vivid and complete than can be found in any work with which the Council are acquainted.
Page 134 - John Ibbotson, Esq. Sir Robert Harry Inglis, Bart. LL.D. FRS, FSA, MP for the University of Oxford. (c.)Rev. James Ingram,DD, FSA Presidentof Trin. Coll. Oxford. The Royal Irish Academy. David Irving, Esq.
Page 138 - Rev. Frederick Pawsey, BA Vicar of Wilhelmsted, Beds. Mr. JG Payne, Wallingford. John Thos. Payne, Esq. Pall Mall. Anthony Peacock, Esq. Reginald Peacock, Esq. Downhill House, near Sunderland. Rev. JR Pears, Bath. Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Peel, MP, FRSFSA Thomas Pemberton, Esq. QC MP Henry Perkins, Esq.

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