Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 20

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Page 165 - I thank you very much for the kind way in which you have received this vote of thanks. I...
Page 401 - And We do hereby grant our especial licence and authority unto all and every person and persons, bodies politic and corporate, (otherwise competent,) to grant, sell, alien, and convey in mortmain, unto and to the use of the said Society, and their successors, any messuages, lands, tenements, or hereditaments, not exceeding such annual value as aforesaid.
Page 400 - Society," may, notwithstanding the statutes of mortmain, take, purchase, hold and enjoy to them and their successors a hall, or house, and any such messuages...
Page 403 - Institute, and appoint and dismiss at their pleasure all salaried and other officers, attendants and servants as they may think fit, and may...
Page 52 - VicePresident, in the chair. The Minutes of the last Ordinary General Meeting were read and confirmed, and the SECRETARY announced that since the last meeting 28 Fellows had been elected, viz., 13 Resident and 15 Non-Resident.
Page 399 - JlOU) iinoUl & that We, being desirous of encouraging a design so laudable and salutary, of Our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, have willed, granted, and declared and Do by these Presents, for Us, Our heirs and successors, will, grant, and declare that the said Sir Rawson William Rawson, Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of St.
Page 399 - Petition mentioned, to promote the increase and diffusion of knowledge respecting as well Our Colonies, Dependencies and Possessions, as Our Indian Empire, and the preservation of a permanent union between the Mother Country and the various parts of the British Empire...
Page 180 - Institute is involved in the suggested scheme, as appears in some quarters to have been supposed. I thank you for the kind way in which you have listened to me, and assure you of the deep interest I feel in the welfare of the Institution, and I call upon you to join me in drinking to its continued prosperity. (Loud cheers.) The Earl of CARNARVON, on rising to propose the toast of

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