Surrey Archaeological Collections, Volume 6 (Google eBook)

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Surrey Archaeological Society, 1874 - Archaeology
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Vol. 1-37, 39-52 include report of proceedings 1854/55-1924, 1929-1951.
  

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Page 42 - Free among the dead, like unto them that are wounded, and lie in the grave, who are out of remembrance, and are cut away from thy hand.
Page xxxiv - The Council may at any time call a Special General Meeting, and they shall at all times be bound to do so on the written requisition of Ten Members, specifying the nature of the business to be transacted. Notice of the time and place of such Meeting shall be sent to the Members at least fourteen days previously, mentioning the subject to be brought forward ; and no other subject shall be discussed at such Meeting.
Page xv - ... cathedral mother church, by which all other churches depending thereon ought to be guided, would be the more notorious, and give more subject of discourse and disputes that might be spared, by reason of St. Gregory's standing close to the wall thereof.
Page xxxiv - Securities,* as the Council may deem most expedient ; the interest only to be available for the current disbursements ; and no portion shall be withdrawn without the sanction of a General Meeting. XXIII. Two Members shall be annually appointed to audit the accounts of the Society, and to report thereon at the Annual General Meeting.
Page ix - Society, and to deliberate thereon ; to discuss and determine such questions as may be proposed relative to the affairs of the Society ; and to elect the Officers for the ensuing year.
Page xix - Council may determine as most convenient, to receive the Report of the Council on the state of the Society, and to deliberate thereon ; to discuss and determine such...
Page xxxiii - SOCIETY." II. The objects of this Society shall be 1. To collect and publish the best information on the Ancient Arts and Monuments of the Cities of London and Westminster, and of the County of Middlesex ; including Primeval Antiquities; Architecture, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Military ; Sculpture...
Page xxxiii - To encourage individuals or public bodies in making researches and excavations, and afford them snggestions and co-operation. 4. To oppose and prevent, as far as may be practicable, any injuries with which Monuments of every description may, from time to time, be threatened ; and to collect accurate drawings, plans, and descriptions thereof.
Page xxxiv - ... the business to be transacted. Notice of the time and place of such meeting shall be sent to the members at least fourteen days previously, mentioning the subject to be brought forward ; and no other business shall be introduced at such meeting.

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