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Page 253 - No alteration shall be made in any of the above Rules except at the Annual General Meeting. Notice of any proposed alterations must be sent to the Hon. Secretary a month before such General Meeting. 12. — That a Meeting of the Council of the Society shall be called by the Hon. Secretary at least once in every three months.
Page 252 - Council shall deem to be of service to the members. 2. That the affairs of the Society shall be governed by a Council consisting of a President and twelve Members, the former of whom shall be annually elected by the Council.
Page 261 - THE RECORD SERIES of the Society was commenced in 1885 for the purpose of publishing Yorkshire records. It has printed Feet of Fines, Index of Wills, Inquisitions, Subsidy Rolls, Chartularies, Monastic Notes, Court Rolls, &c.
Page 249 - The Most Rev. His Grace The LORD ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. The Right Rev. The LORD BISHOP OF RIPON. The Right Rev. The LORD BISHOP OF WAKEFIELD.
Page 253 - 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 259 - Manchester, John Rylands Library, Deansgate Middlesbrough Free Library, Middlesbrough New England Historic Genealogical Society, 18, Somerset Street, Boston, Mass., USA New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, New Hampshire, USA New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, 226, West 58th Street, New York, USA New York Historical Society, 170, Second Avenue, New York, USA New York Public Library, Astor Library Building, New York City, USA (BF S...
Page 251 - SOCIETY," and the Society shall have for its objects the transcribing- and printing of the Parish Registers in the County of York, and such Bishops' Transcripts as may be accessible. 2. That the affairs of the Society shall be governed by a Council, consisting of a President, two Secretaries, and a Treasurer, with not exceeding- twelve other members. 3. That the officers and...