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Page 306 - Lord Charles the Second by the Grace of God King of England Scotland France & Ireland Defender of the Faith &c...
Page 322 - It fhall be the duty of the Vice-Prefidents to authorize all bills before their payment, to make an inventory of the property of the Society during the month preceding the annual meeting and to report the fame to the Council, and to audit the accounts of the Treafurer.
Page 319 - Members maybe added to the Society on the recommendation of any member and a confirmatory vote of a majority of the Council. Libraries and other Inftitutions may hold memberfhip, and be reprefented by an authorized agent. All members fhall be entitled to and fhall accept the volumes printed by the Society, as they are iffued from time to time, at the prices fixed by the Council ; and memberfhip fhall be forfeited by a refufal or neglect fo to accept the faid volumes. Any perfon may terminate his...
Page 331 - JOHN DUNTON'S LETTERS FROM NEW ENGLAND. Letters written from New England AD 1686. By John Dunton, in which are defcribed his voyages by Sea, his travels on land, and the characters of his friends and acquaintances. Now firft publifhed from the Original Manufcript in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
Page 332 - Accidents have happened fince the firft planting of it, together with their Tenents and practice of their Church. Written by Thomas Morton of Cliffords Inne, Gent, upon ten Years Knowledge and Experiment of the Country, 1632. Edited, with an Introduction and hiftorical illuftrations, by Charles Francis Adams, LL.D. pp. 381. Bofton, 1883. SIR WALTER RALEGH AND HIS COLONY IN AMERICA.
Page 319 - Any perfon may terminate his memberfhip by refignation addrefled in writing to the Prefident ; provided, however, that he fhall have previoufly paid for all volumes iffued by the Society after the date of his election as a member. ARTICLE IV. — The management of the Society's affairs...
Page 324 - Recording Secretaries. WILLIAM HENRY WHITMORE, AM, Bofton 1858 to 1863. WILLIAM SUMNER APPLETON, AM, Bofton 1863 to 1865. The Rev. EDMUND F. SLAFTER, DD, Bofton 1865 to 1866. WILLIAM S. APPLETON, AM, Bofton 1866 to 1870. WILLIAM THEOPHILUS ROGERS MARVIN, AM, Bofton . . 1870 to 1873. WILLIAM H. WHITMORE, AM, Bofton 1873 to 1875 DAVID GREENE HASKINS, Jr., AM, Cambridge 1875 to 1895. The REV. HENRY F. JENKS, AM, Canton, Mafs 1895.
Page 321 - A volume fhall be iffued as often as practicable, but not more frequently than once a year. 3. An editor of each work to be iffued fhall be appointed, who fhall be a member of the Society, whofe duty it fhall be to prepare...
Page 318 - Tuttle, their aflbciates and fuccefibrs, are made a corporation by the name of the PRINCE SOCIETY, for the purpofe of preferving and extending the knowledge of American Hiftory, by editing and printing fuch manufcripts, rare tracts, and volumes as are moftly confined in their ufe to hiftorical ftudents and public libraries.