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Page 7 - Athenaeum, in conformity with the principles upon which it was originally founded, that the annual introduction of a certain number of persons of distinguished eminence in Science, Literature, or the Arts, or for Public Services, should be secured, a limited number of persons of such qualifications shall be elected by the Committee. The number so elected shall not exceed Nine in each year.
Page 8 - London under the rule permitting the committee to elect nine persons annually "as being of distinguished eminence in Science, Literature or the Arts, or for Public Services.
Page 17 - In such case the notice of such extraordinary general meeting shall be signed by twelve members of the committee, and posted up in a public room of the Club at least fourteen days previous to the day of meeting. The committee shall also call an extraordinary general meeting on the written requisition of forty members, not being of the committee, under restrictions similar to the preceding.
Page 18 - No object, except what relates to the management of the concerns of the Club, shall ever be proposed or brought forward for discussion at any Annual or General Meeting. The Chair shall be taken at all Meetings at One o'clock precisely. XXV. — The Club-house must be open every day for the reception of Members, at Nine o'clock in the forenoon, and be shut up at One o'clock AM, after which hour no Member shall be admitted. Such Members, however, as may then happen...
Page 137 - Wales: the Language, Social Condition, Moral Character, and Religious Opinions of the People, considered in their relation to Education; with some Account of the Provision made for Education in other Parts of the Kingdom.
Page 20 - No game of Hazard shall on any account be ever played, nor shall Dice be used in the Club-house. XXXIII. — No higher stake than Half-Guinea Points shall be ever played for. XXXIV. — Any deviation from the three lastmentioned Rules shall, on satisfactory proof before the Committee, he attended with immediate expulsion.
Page 19 - Weekly Meeting. XXX. — All Members are to pay their Bills for every expense they incur in the Club, before they leave the House; the Steward having positive orders not to open accounts with any individual. XXXI. — No Member shall take, or permit to be taken away, from the Club, under any pretence whatever, or shall injure or destroy, any Newspaper, Pamphlet, Book, or other Article the property of the Institution. count be ever played, nor shall Dice be used in the Club-house. XXXIII.— No higher...
Page 142 - An Account of the Proceedings at the Dinner given by Mr. George Peabody to the Americans connected with the Great Exhibition, at the London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, on the 27th October, 1851.