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Page 40 - He that walketh righteously, and speaketh uprightly; he that despiseth the gain of oppressions, that shaketh his hands from holding of bribes, that stoppeth his ears from hearing of blood, and shutteth his eyes from seeing evil; He shall dwell on high: his place of defence shall be the munitions of rocks: bread shall be given him; his waters shall be sure.
Page 112 - October. 8. Two stated Meetings of the Council shall be held each year, one on the last Tuesday of May, the other on the Tuesday preceding the day upon which the Annual General Meeting shall be held. The Secretary, on the request of three Members of the Council, shall call a special meeting of the Council. 9. Editors shall receive 20 copies of each volume they edit for the Society. 10. The owners of Manuscripts published by the Society will also be presented with a certain number of copies. 11. The...
Page 112 - Library. 1. THE object of the Society is the discovery and printing, under selected editorship, of unpublished documents illustrative of the civil, religious, and social history of Scotland. The Society will also undertake, in exceptional cases, to issue translations of printed works of a similar nature, which have not hitherto been accessible in English. 2. The number of Members of the Society shall be limited to 400.
Page xxiii - Many a diverting story she has told about this and other things of the like nature. Her father liked sheep's head, and while the children were eating their broth she had conveyed most of one into her lap. When her brother Sandy (the late Lord Marchmont) had done, he looked up with astonishment and said, ' Mother, will you look at Grizzel ; while we have been eating our broth she has eat up the whole sheep's head.
Page 112 - The affairs of the Society shall be managed by a Council consisting of a Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary, and twelve elected Members, five to make a quorum. Three of the twelve elected Members shall retire annually by ballot, but they shall be eligible for re-election.
Page 112 - The publications of the Society shall not be delivered to any Member whose Subscription is in arrear, and no Member shall be permitted to receive more than one copy of the Society's publications. 5. The Society will undertake the issue of its own publications, ie without the intervention of a publisher or any other paid agent. 6. The Society will issue yearly two octavo volumes of about 320 pages each. 7. An Annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held at the end of October, or at an approximate...
Page 12 - Taylor, Rev. Malcolm C., DD, Professor of Church History, 6 Greenhill Park, Edinburgh. Telford, Rev. WH, Free Church Manse, Reston, Berwickshire. Tennant, Sir Charles, Bart., The Glen, Innerleithen.
Page 4 - Dixon, John H., Inveran, Poolewe, by Dingwall. Doak, Rev. Andrew, MA, 15 Queen's Road, Aberdeen. Dodds, Rev. James, DD, The Manse, Corstorphine. Dods, Colonel P., United Service Club, Edinburgh. Donaldson, James, LL.D., Principal, St. Andrews University. Donaldson, James, Sunnyside, Formby, Liverpool. Douglas, David, 10 Castle Street, Edinburgh.