Genealogical Collections Concerning Families in Scotland, Volume 34 (Google eBook)

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Scottish History Society, 1900 - Scotland
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Page 612 - For the year 1890-1891. 11. THE RECORDS OF THE COMMISSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLIES, 1646-47. Edited by the Rev. Professor MITCHELL, DD, and the Rev. JAMES CHRISTIE, DD, with an Introduction by the former.
Page 610 - Society is the discovery and printing, under selected editorship, of unpublished documents illustrative of the civil, religious, and social history of Scotland. The Society will also undertake, in exceptional cases, to issue translations of printed works of a similar nature, which have not hitherto been accessible in English. 2. The...
Page 610 - Council. 8. Two stated Meetings of the Council shall be held each year, one on the last Tuesday of May, the other on the Tuesday preceding the day upon which the Annual General Meeting shall be held. The Secretary, on the request of three Members of the Council, shall call a special meeting of the Council. 9. Editors shall receive 20 copies of each volume they edit for the Society. 10. The owners of Manuscripts published by the Society will also be presented with a certain number of copies. 11. The...
Page 610 - The Society will undertake the issue of its own publications, ie without the intervention of a publisher or any other paid agent. 6. The Society will issue yearly two octavo volumes of about 320 pages, each. 7. An Annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held at the end of October, or at an approximate date to be determined by the Council.
Page 611 - For the year 1889-1890. 8. A LIST OF PERSONS CONCERNED IN THE REBELLION (1745). With a Preface by the EARL OF ROSEBERY. Presented to the Society by the Earl of Rosebery. 9. GLAMIS PAPERS : The ' BOOK OF RECORD," a Diary written by PATRICK, FIRST EARL OF STRATHMORE, and other documents (1684-89).
Page 613 - JAMES vi., 1573-83. Edited by GF Warner. DOCUMENTS ILLUSTRATING CATHOLIC POLICY, 1596-98. TG Law. LETTERS OF SIR THOMAS HOPE, 1627-46. Rev. R. Paul. CIVIL WAR PAPERS, 1643-50. HF Morland Simpson.
Page 613 - ALBERONI'S PROJECT FOR THE INVASION OF GREAT BRITAIN ON BEHALF OF THE STUARTS, AND TO THE LANDING OF THE EARL MARISCHAL IN SCOTLAND. Edited by WK DICKSON, Advocate. (Dec. 1895.) 20. 21. THE LYON IN MOURNING, OR A COLLECTION OF SPEECHES, LETTERS, JOURNALS, ETC., RELATIVE TO THE AFFAIRS OF PRINCE CHARLES EDWARD STUART, by the Rev.
Page 610 - The Annual Subscription to the Society shall be One Guinea. The publications of the Society shall not be delivered to any Member whose Subscription is in arrear, and no Member shall be permitted to receive more than one copy of the Society's publications.
Page 612 - ASSEMBLIES. 1646-47. Edited by the Rev. Professor MITCHELL, DD, and the Rev. JAMES CHRISTIE, DD, with an Introduction by the former. (May 1892.) 12.
Page 613 - AND SCOTLAND IN 1650. Edited by SAMUEL RAWSON GARDINER, DCL, etc. 18. SCOTLAND AND THE COMMONWEALTH. LETTERS AND PAPERS RELATING TO THE MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF SCOTLAND, Aug. 1651 Dec. 1653. Edited by CH FIRTH, MA For the year 1894-1895. 19- THE JACOBITE ATTEMPT OF 1719- LETTERS OF JAMES, SECOND DUKE OF ORMONDE.

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