The Visitation of the County of Cornwall: In the Year 1620 (Google eBook)

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Harleian Society, 1874 - Cornwall (England : County) - 343 pages
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Page 346 - Presidents, and twelve Members of Council, two of whom shall hold the posts of Secretary and Treasurer ; and any four, including the Treasurer or Secretary, shall form a quorum. In case of equality of votes, the Chairman to have a casting vote. Any Candidate may be elected with the consent in...
Page 283 - Burgesses, and by that name to have perpetual succession ; and enabled in law to purchase lands, tenements, and liberties, and likewise to assign the same, and by the same name to plead and be impleaded ; and that the borough and corporation should consist of 9 Burgesses, which shall be called the Common Councell of the said...
Page 346 - Society ; but no payment in money shall be made to any person for editing any work for the Society. 11. No copies of the Publications of the Society shall be supplied to persons not actually Members, and each Member shall be restricted to a single Subscription. 12. An account of the receipts and expenses of the Society to be made up to the...
Page 346 - ... in which case they will be entitled to the publications of the Register Section of the Society. 7. The funds raised by the Society shall be expended in publishing such works as are selected by the Council ; but no payment in money shall be made to any person for editing any work for the Society.
Page 346 - Secretary. 4. Three Members of the Council shall retire in rotation annually, but shall be eligible for re-election. 5. The Annual Subscription shall be One Guinea, paid in advance, and due on the 1st day of...
Page 249 - ... upon his said head, as well in our presence as elsewhere at his liberty. Wherefore We will and command you and every of you to permit and suffer him so to do without any your challenge, disturbance, or interruption to the contrary, as ye do every of you tender our pleasure. " Given under our Signet at our Manor of Greenwych, the 24 day of October, in the fourth year of our Reigne.
Page 93 - HINDE, [Lauc.] ar. on a chev. az. three escallops of the first; on a chief of the second, a lion pass, of the field. Crest, a lion's head, erased, ar. HENDEN, az. a lion pass. betw. three escallops or. Crest, a greyhound running against a tree, ppr. HENDER, [Botreaux Castle, Cornw.] az. a lion ramp, within an orle of escallops or. Crest, a sword, erect, ar. the blade wavy, guttee de sang, with flames of tire ppr. issuing from the sides and top, hilt and pomel or.
Page 346 - That no payment shall be made to any person for editing any work for the Society, but that the Editor of each Volume shall be entitled to ten copies of the work so edited by him.
Page 351 - EMERIS, MA, FSA , Louth, Lincolnshire. THOMAS FALCONER, one of the Judges of the County Courts, Usk, Monmouthshire. JG FANSHAWE, Board of Trade, Whitehall, SW WILLIAM FENNELL, Wakefield.
Page 345 - INSTITUTED FOR THE PUBLICATION OF INEDITED MANUSCRIPTS RELATING TO GENEALOGY, FAMILY HISTORY, AND HERALDRY, HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF MANCHESTER, THE MOST HON.

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