Notes on "A Numismatic History of the Reign of Henry I.", Issue 1

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W.J. Andrew, 1903 - Coins, British - 16 pages
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Page 21 - Society. enactment of any new Rule, or the alteration or repeal of any existing 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. Any five Members of the Society may recommend any new Rule or the alteration or repeal of any existing Rule to the Council, by a letter directed to the Secretary, and...
Page 21 - Section 1 of the principal Act shall be amended by the addition at the end thereof of the following paragraph : — " (/.) For determining what nationality is to be ascribed to aliens in doubtful circumstances, and for disregarding, in the case of any person against whom a deportation or expulsion order has been made, any subsequent change of nationality.
Page 5 - ... in his admirable account of the Watford discovery (NC 12, p. 143), that three-fifths of the whole of that find were condemned to the crucible. Nor is it easy to estimate the number of Henry's coins known in this country. The subjoined list will contain descriptions of exactly 1,000 specimens ; but though duplicate references will be avoided so far as possible, they must in a measure exist, for, unless the connecting link is clear, it is safer to insert two similar readings than to take it for...
Page 8 - 25 12s. 6d. of the firma of the city of Exeter was paid by the Sheriff to the Canons of the Holy Trinity at London.
Page 27 - RULES OF THE NUMISMATIC SOCIETY OF LONDON. I. — OBJECT. THIS Society is established for the encouragement and promotion of Numismatic Science. II. — CONSTITUTION. 1. The Society shall consist of Members and Honorary Members. 2. The affairs of the Society shall be under the management and direction of a Council, consisting of a President, two Vice-Presidents, one Treasurer, one Librarian, two Secretaries, and ten other Members of the Society.
Page 8 - U4.l). an earldom which is always, but erroneously, stated to have been conferred upon Baldwin's father, Richard de Redvers, temp.

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