Rules, List of Members, &c

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Page 4 - Society shall be to encourage the study and advance the knowledge of the history of English Law, especially by the publication of original documents and the reprinting or editing of works of sufficient rarity or importance.
Page 12 - The issues of the Society shall not be supplied to Members whose subscriptions are in arrear. 9. The Council shall appoint any persons they think fit to be salaried officers or clerks for carrying on the necessary concerns of the Society, and shall define the duties to be performed by them respectively, and shall allow to them respectively such salaries, gratuities and privileges as the Council...
Page 15 - ... communicate to the Society any information which may appear to them worthy of being either brought before the Society at the General Meetings or published in the Journal. Some years past, one of your Members, Mr. J. Fahie, of the Indo-European Government Telegraphs, most liberally offered to contribute to the Society the sum of 100, for the purpose of providing an Annual Premium, to be awarded to the author of the best original Communication read before the Society each Session. At that time...
Page 14 - The publications of the Society shall not be supplied to members whose subscriptions are in arrear.
Page 5 - IV. Libraries, Societies and Corporate bodies may be admitted to the Society as ordinary members, and each may nominate a representative who shall be eligible to a seat upon the Council of the Society. V. Each member of the Society, having paid a subscription, shall be entitled to a copy of every work published by the Society during the period subscribed for, and to vote at the general meetings held within such period. The publications of the Society shall not be supplied to members whose subscriptions...
Page 15 - Society now possesses a transcript down to the year 1800. which it is proposed to print as occasion may require. Court of Lancaster for the reign of Edward VI. to Queen Mary. Nearly the whole volume is now in type, and it is hoped that it may be issued to the members at an early date. Major Parker's volume, a Calendar of the Assize...
Page 7 - Your attendance is requested at the ANNUAL MEETING of the Society to be held at the JUDGES...

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