The Numismatic Chronicle, Volume 1 (Google eBook)
Royal Numismatic Society., 1861 - Numismatics
Proceedings of the Society are included in each volume, beginning with v. 5 (except v. 10, 19, and new ser., v. 4)
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Page xvi - Rule, they shall recommend the same to the Society, at the Annual General Meeting next ensuing, or at a Special General Meeting convened for that purpose.
Page xxi - Society, \_Here specify the sum of Money, or Stock, or the other personal property intended to be given.~\ " And I direct that the same shall be delivered within six months after my decease. And I hereby declare that the receipt of such Trustees shall be an effectual discharge to my Executors for the said Legacy.
Page xxi - ... unless by deed indented, executed in the presence of two witnesses, twelve calendar months before the death of the donor, and enrolled in the Court of Chancery within six months after its execution...
Page xviii - Meetings shall also be to read the Minutes of the preceding Meeting ; to announce the Donations made to the Society since the last Meeting ; to give notice of any candidate proposed for admission, or to be balloted for ; and to read...
Page 2 - Nature hath furnished one part of the earth, and man another. The treasures of time lie high, in urns, coins, and monuments, scarce below the roots of some vegetables. Time hath endless rarities, and shows of all varieties; which reveals old things in heaven, makes new discoveries in earth, and even earth itself a discovery. That great antiquity America lay buried for...
Page 63 - Is. after the rate aforesaid, or take more of such halfpenny or farthing pieces in any one payment than shall be of the value of sixpence after the rate aforesaid. Given at our Court at Windsor, this 17th day of December, 1860, and in the 24th year of our reign. God save the Queen.
Page xvii - SECRETARIES. 1. THE Secretaries shall have the management of the correspondence of the Society and Council. 2. They shall attend all Meetings of the Society and Council; take minutes of their proceedings, and enter them in books provided for that purpose...
Page xvii - Auditors shall report to such Annual General Meeting the particulars of the receipts and expenditure of the past year, the balance in hand, and the general state of the funds and property of the Society, and shall also lay on the table a list of the names of...
Page xv - Members ; to announce such Donations as may have been made to the Society ; to read Communications relating to...