Transactions, Volume 5 (Google eBook)

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Page xxvi - ... power to decide on the propriety of communicating to the Institute any papers which may be received, and they shall be at liberty, when they think it desirable, to direct that any paper read before the Institute, shall be printed in the Transactions. Intimation, when practicable, shall be given, at...
Page xxv - September, unless otherwise determined by the Council ; and the ordinary general meeting in the month of September shall be the annual general meeting at which a report of the proceedings, and an abstract of the accounts of the previous year ending July 31st, shall be presented by the Council. The ordinary general meeting in the month of May shall be held in London, at which the President may deliver an address.
Page xxvi - The Council shall have power to decide on the propriety of communicating to the Institute any papers which may be received, and they shall be at liberty, when they think it desirable, to direct that any paper read before the Institute, shall be printed in the Transactions. Intimation, when practicable, shall...
Page xxvi - Corporation, which shall be at all times open to the inspection of the members of the Corporation.
Page xxv - Month, at one o'clock pm, and the General Meeting in the month of August shall be the Annual Meeting, at which a report of the proceedings, and an abstract of the accounts of the previous year shall be presented by the Council. A Special Meeting of the Society may be called whenever the Council shall think fit, and also on a requisition to the Council signed by ten or more Members. 6. No alteration shall be made in any of the Laws, Rules, or Regulations of the Society, except at the Annual General...
Page 218 - ... finding good coal by going deeper. But the warning must be given, though it be disregarded ; and from all the natural exhibitions on the coast, as well as from the result of every experiment inland, I am compelled to state, that any hope of discovering seams of coal more than eighteen inches or two feet in thickness, in any part of the strata above the upper lias or alum shale, is entirely unsupported by reason and experience. That the coal measures of Durham and western Yorkshire exist (covered...
Page xxv - ... in each year. 3. That all persons who shall at one time make a Donation of 20 or upwards, shall be Life Members. 4. Honorary Members shall be persons who shall have distinguished themselves by their Literary or Scientific attainments, or made important communications to the Society.
Page 218 - ... found willing to credit the delusive tale of finding good coal by going deeper. But the warning must be given, though it be disregarded ; and from all the natural exhibitions on the coast, as well as from the result of every experiment inland, I am compelled to state, that any hope of discovering seams of coal more than eighteen inches or two feet in thickness, in any part of the strata above the upper lias or alum shale, is entirely unsupported by reason and experience. That the coal measures...
Page 228 - Chairman," whom he eulogised for the able manner in which he had conducted the business of the evening. He also referred to the ability which the chairman had displayed when recently Master of the Merchant Taylors
Page 188 - The Iron Ores of Great Britain. Part I. : The Iron Ores of the North and North-Midland Counties of England.

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