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Date of Election.
Thompson, Henry, St. Nicholas's Chambers, Newcastle. 1892 June 29 Thomson, James, Jun., 22 Wentworth Place, Newcastle. 1891 Jan. 28 Thorne, Thomas, Blackett Street, Newcastle. 1888 Feb. 29 Thorpe, R. Swarley, Devonshire Terrace, Newcastle. 1888 Oct. 31 Todd, J. Stanley, 39 Dockwray Square, North Shields. 1888 Nov. 28 Tomlinson, William W., 1 Victoria Villas, Whitley, R.S.O. 1892 July 27 Toronto, University of (c/o Edward G. Allen, 28 Henrietta Street,
Covent Garden, London, W.C.) 1884 Mar. 26 Tweddell, George, Grainger Ville, Newcastle. 1889 Oct. 30 Vick, R. W., Strathmore House, West Hartlepool. 1884 Feb. 27 Waddington, Thomas, Eslington Villa, Gateshead. 1891 Mar. 25 Walker, The Rev. John, Whalton Vicarage, Morpeth. 1890 Aug. 27 Wallace, Henry, Trench Hall, near Gateshead. 1887 Mar. 30 Watson, Joseph Henry, Percy Park, Tynemouth. 1892 Oct. 26 Watson (Mrs.) M. E., Burnopfield. 1887 Jan. 26 Watson, Thomas Carrick, 21 Blackett Street, Newcastle. 1892 Dec. 28 Waugh, P., 49 Warrington Street, Newcastle. 1880
+Welford, Richard, Thornfield Villa, Gosforth, Newcastle.
Wheler, E. G., Swansfield, Alnwick. 1886 June 30 Wilkinson, Auburn, M.D., Holly House, Tynemouth. 1892 Aug. 31 Wilkinson, The Rev. Ed., M.A., Whitworth Vicarage, Spennymoor. 1891 Aug. 26 Williamson, Thomas, Jun., 39 Widdrington Terrace, North Shields. 1885 - May 27| Wilson, John, Archbold House, Newcastle. 1891 Sept. 30/ Winter, John Martin, 17 Percy Gardens, Tynemouth. 1848 Feb. 7+ Woodman, William, East Riding, Morpetb. 1886 Nov. 24 Wright, Joseph, Jun., Museum, Barras Bridge, Newcastle. 1883 Mar. 28 Young, J. R., 20 Windsor Terrace, Newcastle.
SOCIETIES WITH WHICH PUBLICATIONS ARE EXCHANGED.
Antiquaries of London, The Society of, Burlington House, London (Assistant
Gosselin, Secretary, Oxford Mansion, Oxford Street, London, W.C.) Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, The (Robert Cochrane, c/o University
Press, Trinity College, Dublin).
Royal Society of Norway, The, Christiania.
Oldcambus, Cockburnspath, N.B.)
Matson Rectory, Gloucester). British Archaeological Association, The (Secretaries, W. de Gray Birch, F.S.A.,
British Museum, and E. P. Loftus Brock, F.S.A., 36 Great Russell Street,
London, W.C.) Cambridge Antiquarian Society, The (Secretary, Dr. Hardcastle, Cambridge). Canadian Institute of Toronto, The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, The
(Editor, Chancellor Ferguson, F.S.A., Lowther Street, Carlisle). Derbyshire Archaeological Society, The (Editor, The Rev. Dr. Cox, Barton-le
Street Rectory, Malton, Yorks.) Folk Lore Society, The (J. J. Foster, 36 Alma Square, St. John's Wood,
London, S.W., Hon. Sec.) Lancashire and Cheshire Historic Society, The (R. D. Radcliffe, Esq., M.A.,
Hon. Secretary, Old Swan, Liverpool). London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, The Manx Society, The Nassau Association for the Study of Archaeology and History, The (Verein für
nassauische Alterthumskunde und Geschichte forschung). Numismatic Society of London, The, 4 St. Martin's Place, Trafalgar Square,
London (Secretaries, H. A. Grueber and B. V. Head). Peabody Museum, The Trustees of the, Harvard University, U.S.A. Powys-land Club, The (Editor, Morris C. Jones, F.S.A., Gungrog Hall, Welsh
pool). Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, The (Secretary, Francis
Goyne, Shrewsbury). Smithsonian Institution, The, Washington, U.S.A. Société d'Archéologie de Bruxelles, La (rue des Palais 63, Bruxelles). Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, The Surrey Archaeological Society, The Sussex Archaeological Society, The (C. T. Phillips, Hon. Librarian and
Curator). Thuringian Historical and Archaeological Society, The (Verein für thüringische
Geschichte und Altertumskunde) Jena (Professor Dr. D. Schäfer, Jena). Trier Archaeological Society, The, Trier, Germany. Wiltshire Archaeological Society, The Yorkshire Topographical and Archaeological Association, The (G. W. Tomlinson,
Wood Field, Huddersfield, Hon. Sec.)
of the So
Constitution 1.-This Society, under the style and title ofTHE SOCIETY Society. OF ANTIQUARIES OF NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE,' shall consist
of ordinary members and honorary members. Election of II.-Candidates for election as ordinary members shall be Members.
proposed in writing by three ordinary members at a general meeting, and be elected or rejected by the majority of votes of ordinary members at that meeting, unless a ballot shall be demanded by any member, which in that case shall take place at the next meeting, and at such ballot threefourths of the votes shall be necessary in order to the candidate's election. The election of honorary members shall be
conducted in like manner. Obligations
III.—The ordinary members shall continue to be members of Members,
so long as they shall conform to these statutes, and all future statutes, rules, and ordinances, and shall pay an annual subscription of one guinea. The subscription shall be due on election, and afterwards annually in the month of January in every year. Any member who shall pay to the Society twelve guineas in addition to his current year's subscription shall be discharged from all future payments. A member elected at or after the meeting in October shall be exempt from a further payment for the then next year, but shall not be entitled to the publications for the current year. If the subscription of any ordinary member shall have remained unpaid a whole year the Council may remove the name of such person from the list of members, and he shall thereupon cease to be a member, but shall remain liable to pay the subscription in arrear, and he shall not be eligible for reelection until the same shall have been paid.
IV.-The officers of the Society shall consist of a patron, Officers of
nor the Society. a president, vice-presidents (not to exceed twelve in number), th a treasurer, two secretaries, twelve other members (who, with the president, vice-presidents, treasurer, and secretaries, shall constitute the Council), an editor, a librarian, two curators, and two auditors. These several officers shall be elected annually, except the patron, who shall be elected for life.
V.—The election of officers shall be out of the class of Election of ordinary members. Any ordinary member may nominate any ordinary member or members (subject to statute VI) (not exceeding the required number) to fill the respective offices. Every nomination must be signed by the person nominating, and sent to the Castle of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, addressed to the secretaries, who shall cause it to be immediately inserted on a sheet-list of nominations, which shall be exhibited in the library of the Castle, and notice shall forthwith be given to the person so nominated. Any person nominated may, by notice in writing, signify to the secretaries his refusal to serve, or if nominated to more than one office, may in like manner, signify for which office or offices he declines to stand ; and every nomination so disclaimed shall be void. The list of nominations shall be finally adjusted and closed ten days before the Annual Meeting, or before a Special Meeting to be held within one month thereafter. If the number of persons nominated for any office be the same as the number to be elected the person or persons nominated shall be deemed elected, and shall be so declared by the chairman at such Annual or Special Meeting. If the number of persons nominated for any office exceed the number to be elected then the officer or officers to be elected shall be elected from the persons nominated and from them only; and for that purpose a printed copy of the list of nominations and one voting paper only shall be furnished to each ordinary member with the notice conrening the Annual or Special Meeting. If the number of persons nominated for any office be less than the number to be elected, or if there be no nomination, then the election to that office shall be from the
ordinary members generally. Whether the election be from
mencement of the scrutiny. Members not VI.—Those of the twelve other members' (see statute eligible for IV), of the Council who have not attended one-third of the Council,
meetings of the Council during the preceding year, shall not
be eligible for election for the then next year. Meetings of VII.-A general meeting of the members of the Society
shall be held on the last Wednesday of every month, in the Castle of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The meeting in January shall be the Annual Meeting, and shall be held at one o'clock in the afternoon, and the meeting in every other month shall be held at seven o'clock in the evening. But the Society or the Council may from time to time appoint any other place or day or hour for any of the meetings of the Society. The presence of seven ordinary members shall be necessary in order to constitute the Annual Meeting, and the presence of five ordinary members shall be necessary in order to constitute any other meeting. A Special General Meeting may be convened by the Council if, and when, they may deem it
expedient. Property of VIII.—The ordinary members only shall be interested in the Society.
the property of the Society. The interest of each member therein shall continue so long only as he shall remain a member, and the property shall never be sold or otherwise disposed of (except in the case of duplicates hereinafter mentioned) so long as there remain seven members ; but should the number of members be reduced below seven and so remain for twelve calendar months then next following,