Place Names of West Aberdeenshire, Issue 21

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New Spalding Club, 1899 - Aberdeenshire (Scotland) - 347 pages
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Page xxi - EPITOME OF THE LAW AND PRACTICE CONNECTED WITH PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS. With a Reprint of the Patents Acts of 1883, 1885, 1886 and 1888, Crown 8vo, 2s. 6d. Joyce.— THE ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF IRISH NAMES OF PLACES.
Page 359 - Kingdom, as part of a series of interacademical publications. 11. The Club shall undertake the issue of its books without the intervention of publishers or booksellers. 12. A General Meeting of the Club may be called at any time on presentation to the Secretary of a requisition signed by twenty members ; and the above rules may be altered at any General Meeting, provided that the members have received from the Secretary at least fourteen days' notice of the proposed change.
Page 355 - SPALDING CLUB, For the printing of the Historical, Ecclesiastical, Genealogical, Topographical, and Literary Remains of the North-Eastern Counties of Scotland.
Page 358 - Meeting the Council shall elect Acting Committees to carry on the work of the Club. 5. The accounts of the Club shall be audited annually, by two Auditors, to be chosen at the Annual Meeting from among the members. 6. The name of any member in arrear with his annual subscription on the first day of October in each year may be removed from the list of members. 7. Vacancies in the membership shall be filled up according to priority of application. 8. Members may, at any time, compound for all future...
Page xxiii - Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis Retornatarum quae in Publicis Archivis Scotiae adhuc servantur Abbrevatio (Abstract of the Records of Retours of Services).
Page 305 - ... Stone (Logie-Coldstone, 6). St. Yarchard's Well (Kincardine O'Neil, 6). Standing Stones (Dyce, Skene, and Echt). Dyce — There is a stone circle at this place ; 1645, Standanstane, Retour 281. Echt — There is a stone circle adjacent. OSNB Standing Stones (Leochel). Stane of Heebreem (Kildrummie, 6). A large boulder in Geskin Slack. Heebreem = High broom. Stankfield (Peterculter). Stanners (Inverurie). " Stanners, Stannirs, Stanryis. The small stones and gravel on the margin of a river or lake,...
Page 358 - Club shall consist of five hundred members, subscribers of one guinea annually : each subscription to be paid on or before the first day of January in each year. 3. The general management of the affairs of the Club shall be vested in a Council, consisting of a President, at least ten Vice-Presidents, and not fewer...
Page 358 - December, 1894.) 1. The objects of the New Spalding Club shall be to promote the study of the History, Topography, and Archaeology of the North-Eastern Counties of Scotland, and to print works illustrative thereof.
Page 359 - Club; and the editor of each work shall receive five additional copies of the same. 10. The number of copies printed in each case shall not exceed five hundred and twenty-five, and no copy of any work printed by the Club shall be offered by it for sale. 11. The Club shall undertake the issue of its books without the intervention of publishers or booksellers. 12. A General Meeting of the Club may be called at any time on presentation to the Secretary of a requisition signed by twenty members; and...
Page 351 - BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SHIRES OF ABERDEEN, BANFF AND KINCARDINE. Edited by AW Robertson, MA, and JF Kellas Johnstone.