Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
Royal Historical Society, 1901
"Transactions and publications of the Royal Historical Society" in each vol., ser. 4, v. 18-26.
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Page 270 - vary, break and renew the same at their discretion, and by the same name to sue and be sued, implead and be impleaded, answer and be answered in
Page 123 - même, en renouvellement et confirmation de l'article VI du traité de Campo-Formio, SM l'Empereur et Roi possédera, en toute souveraineté et propriété, les pays ci-dessous désignés, savoir: l'Istrie, la Dalmatie, et les iles ci-devant vénitiennes de l'Adriatique en dépendantes; les bouches du Cattaro, la ville de Venise; les Lagunes, et les pays compris entre les
Page 270 - Our Royal Charter of Incorporation; NOW KNOW YE that We, being desirous of encouraging a design so laudable and salutary, of Our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, have
Page 33 - did charge very resolutely, and repulsed the enemy and killed divers of them upon the place, and took some prisoners, without any considerable loss; which, indeed, did so amaze and quiet them that we marched off to Musselburgh, but they dared not send out a man to trouble us.
Page 269 - Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith, TO ALL TO WHOM these Presents shall come, Greeting; WHEREAS Our right trusty and well beloved
Page 270 - SOCIETY; and for the purposes aforesaid, and by the name aforesaid, shall have perpetual succession and a Common Seal, with full power and authority to alter
Page 278 - notice, at least, of the time when, and the object for which, every Special Meeting is to be holden shall be sent to every Fellow residing in the United Kingdom; and no other business than that of which notice has been thus given shall be entered upon or discussed at such Meeting.