The Visitations of Hertfordshire: Made by Robert Cooke, Esq.,Clarencieux, in 1572, and Sir Richard St. George, Kt., Clarencieux, in 1634 with Hertfordshire Pedigrees from Harleian Mss. 6147 and 1546. Ed. by Walter C. Metcalfe

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Harleian Society, 1886 - Heraldry - 181 pages
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Page 4 - The funds raised by the Society shall be expended in publishing such works as are selected by the Council. 7. One volume at least shall be supplied to the Members every year. 8. An Annual Meeting shall be held in the month of June every year, at such time and place as the Council may direct; and due notice shall be sent to the Members of the Society at least a fortnight previously. 9. No work shall be supplied to any Member unless his...
Page 4 - Subscription for the year be paid ; and any Member not having paid his Subscription for two years, having received notice thereof, shall cease to belong to the Society. 11. No copies of the publications of the Society shall be supplied to persons not actually Members, and each Member shall be restricted to a single Subscription. 12. An account of the receipts and expenses of the Society to be made up to the 31st of December in each year, and published with a list of the Members and the Rules of the...
Page 4 - SOCIETY. 2. It shall have for its chief object the publication of the Heraldic Visitations of Counties, and any manuscripts relating to Genealogy, Family History, and Heraldry, selected by the Council.
Page 4 - Secretary, shall form a quorum. In case of equality of votes, the Chairman to have a casting vote. Any Candidate may be elected with the consent in writing of one Member of the Council, the Treasurer, and the Secretary.
Page 4 - ... a Chauncey Monument of Italian marble was erected in Durham, Connecticut, with suitable inscriptions, and of the following Dimensions : The Obelisk is 7 feet 9 inches in height ; the cap 10 inches; the Die, 4 feet 10 inches; the base 1 foot 4 inches. The whole height, 14 feet 9 inches. The Chauncey Arms ; Gules, a cross patonce, Argent, on a Chief Azure a lion passant Or.
Page 4 - That no payment shall be made to any person for editing any work for the Society, but that the Editor of each Volume shall be entitled to twenty copies of the work so edited by him.
Page 22 - Quarterly or and gules, in the second and third quarters a fret of the first, on a bend sable three fleurs-de-lis argent, a mullet in chief for difference, SPENSER ; 4, [blank,] over all a crescent for difference.
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