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Alfred East Artificer Benjamin Martell Bernard Quaritch Brethren and Guests Brother Alfred East Brother Conrad Cooke Brother Elgar Brother Ernest Clarke Brother Henry Moore Brother Hollingsworth Brother Quaritch Brother Silvanus Thompson Charles Holme copies December Design for Menu dinner Edition limited Edward F elected Ernest Clarke Francis Elgar Frederic Villiers Freemasons Friday held at Limmer's Henry Moore Historiographer honour Horner Inaugural Address Introduced as Guests James Roberts Brown John Todhunter Laureate Librarian limited to 133 limited to 255 Limmer's Hotel LL.D London Lord Mayor Manuscripts Master of Ceremonies Mechanick Meeting Members Mort Thompson Odd Volumes Oddship Edward Opuscula Opusculum Organist Paul Bevan PERFECT SETTE President proposed and seconded Queen Street Richard Le Gallienne Roberts Brown Secretary Sette by Bro Sette of Odd Shipwright Soiree T. C. Venables Tavern thanks toast Todhunter Tyler Vice-President W. M. Thompson Walter Hamilton Willis's Rooms Wyman Ye Sette Year-Boke Yeoman YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
Page 180 - Sette of Odd Volumes. Presented to the Sette by His Oddship EDWARD F. WYMAN. Edition limited to 255 copies. 10. Catalogue of Manuscripts and Early-Printed Books Exhibited and Described by Bro. B. QUARITCH, the Librarian of the Sette of Odd Volumes, at the Freemasons...
Page 181 - Sette" at Willis's Rooms, on Friday, May 7th, 1886. (pp. 46.) Presented to the Sette of Odd Volumes by Bro. CHAS. HOLME. Edition limited to 133 copies. 14. Account of the Great Learned Societies and Associations, and of the Chief Printing Clubs of Great Britain and Ireland.
Page 118 - ... cabinets, boxes and cases ; Some were seen in a shop, and some more on a stall, " And one simply filled up a hole in a wall. One lay in a lumber-chest out in a shed, While another was stowed away under a bed. If some had been kept with a fair share of care, Some others were certainly, worse for hard wear. Yet every odd volume, on stall or on shelf, Seemed somehow or other to speak for itself, — " As a single Odd Volume I'm matchless, but yet The whole twenty-one of us perfect a sette !
Page 181 - Notes about Arabs. By Bro. CHARLES HOLME. Pilgrim of the Sette of Odd Volumes. Read at a Meeting of the " Sette " at Willis's Rooms, on Friday, May yth, 1886.
Page 181 - LEARNED SOCIETIES AND PRINTING CLUBS," thenlivered by Bro. BERNARD QUARITCH, Librarian. By Bro. WM THOMPSON, Historiographer. Presented to the Sette by His Oddship GEORGE CLULOW. Edition limited to 255 copies. 16.
Page 185 - Given at Willis's Rooms, King Street, St. James's, on Tuesday, June 8th, 1886, by His Oddship Bro. GEORGE CLULOW, President; with a summary of an Address on "LEARNED SOCIETIES AND PRINTING CLUBS,
Page 190 - The Year-Boke of the Odd Volumes : An Annual Record of the Transactions of the Sette.
Page 184 - November the 1nd, 1883, by Bro. ED. HERON-ALLEN. Edition limited to 133 copies. 8. Intaglio Engraving : Past and Present. An Address by Bro. EDWARD RENTON, delivered at the Freemasons ' Tavern, Great Queen Street, on December 5, 1884.
Page 182 - Inaugural Address of His Oddship, ALFRED J. DAVIES, Eighth President of the Sette of Odd Volumes, delivered at Willis's Rooms, on his taking office on April 4th, 1887. (pp. 64.) Presented to the Sette by His Oddship ALFRED J. DAVIES.
Page 169 - 4. The place of meeting to be fixed by the President and Steward. Seven days' notice to be sent by the Secretary to each Odd Volume. " 5. No Odd Volume to talk unasked on any subject he understands. " 6. Any Odd Volume leaving his annual subscription unpaid for six months, to cease to be a member of the sette. Any member and any office-bearer desiring to resign shall place his resignation in the hands of the President, to be by him laid before the sette at the next meeting, and to be dealt with...