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Sivu 197 - ... it shall be returned by him. And in case of loss or damage, he shall replace the same or make it good ; or, if required by the Committee, shall furnish another copy of the entire work of which it may be part. 9. — No manuscript, nor any drawing, nor any part of the Society's collection of prints or rubbings shall be lent out of the Library without a special order of the Committee, and a bond given for its safe return at such time as the Committee shall appoint. 10. — The Committee shall prepare,...
Sivu 72 - Norton," and on the other in neat eighteenth-century script: " A halfpenny drop into the Till, Press down the Spring and you may fill, When you have filled, without Delay Shut down the Lid or Sixpence Pay.
Sivu 197 - Extracts from the manuscripts or printed books are allowed to be made freely, but in case of a transcript being desired of a whole manuscript or printed book, the consent of the Committee must be previously obtained. 13. — Persons not being Members of the Society may be admitted for a period not exceeding one week, to consult printed books and manuscripts not of a private nature in the Society's Library, for any special purpose, on being introduced by a Member, either personally or by letter.
Sivu 198 - ... of the Parent Society in any manner whatsoever. 8. — The authority given by the Council may at any time be withdrawn by them, subject always to an appeal to a General Meeting. 9. — Every Branch Society shall send its Publications and the Programmes of its Meetings to the Parent Society, and in return shall receive a free copy of the Parent Society's Proceedings. 10. — If on any discovery being made of exceptional interest a Branch Society shall elect to communicate it to the Parent Society...
Sivu 197 - ... by any other Member ; nor in any case shall any book be retained for a longer period than three months. 8.- -Every Member who shall borrow any book out of the Library shall be responsible to the Society for its safety and good condition from the time of its leaving the Library ; also if he borrow any book or manuscript within the Library, till it shall be returned by him. And in case of loss or damage, he shall replace the same or make it...
Sivu 197 - Day, and for a period of six weeks, from about the first day of September in every year. 3. Extracts from the MSS. or printed books are allowed to be made freely, but in case of a transcript being desired of a whole MS. or printed book, the consent of the archbishop must be previously obtained.
Sivu 172 - ... of Science. British Museum, Copyright Office. British Museum, Natural History, South Kensington. Public Record Office. Guildhall Library, City of London. Society of Antiquaries of London. Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. British Archaeological Association. Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Royal Irish Academy. Royal Dublin Society. The British School at Rome. Associated...
Sivu 197 - Library ; also if he borrow any book or manuscript within the Library, till it shall be returned by him. And in case of loss or damage, he shall replace the same or make it good ; or, if required by the Committee, shall furnish another copy of the entire work of which it may be part. 9. — No manuscript...
Sivu 107 - LaTenetype, with a small portion of the tail missing; length, 78-5 mm. Constructed from one piece of metal, with the addition of a short tubular piece of bronze inserted into the coil of the spring. The latter, after twisting round once on one side, arches round the back and completes a symmetrical twist on the other side, turning inwards to form the pin. The catch-plate, being perforated, is strengthened by a vertical but curved strut. A raised band or collar forms part of the ornament on the bow,...
Sivu 109 - ... projecting on one side (max. width 47 mm.) — a stop for preventing the implement from slipping from the user's grasp. The head has been sawn off square, and for some distance down the shaft a rectangular section has been maintained, the four sides near the top averaging 33 mm. in width. The head shows little signs of wear or rough usage, and as there is no evidence of its having been used for any beating purpose, we can only surmise that the object was intended for utilization as a handle for...

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