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Page 20 - ... perform such other duties as may be assigned to him from time to time by the board of directors or the executive committee, or by the bylaws.
Page 2 - W. Biscoe, Esq. AW Hall, Esq. MP HC Risley, Esq. By Resolution of May 31, 1858, it was decided that the School Inspectors and the Principal of Culham College, being Official Members of the Diocesan Board of Education, are therefore Members of the Consolidated Board of the three Societies, but they have no vote as such upon questions relating to the business of the Church Building or the Spiritual Help Societies.
Page 17 - ... money is in trust, and there are business affairs with which possibly the librarian is not very conversant; but when you have an ex officio board, you might just as well dispense with it. We had three members. Up to this last year I never saw any of them at a meeting except when they wanted information which could not be obtained in any other way. There is another thing — the question of salaries. When they thought of doing away with the board of trustees in Harrisburg it seemed to be a good...
Page 9 - L. Wittenham, Abingdon Wantage ARCHDEACONRY OF BUCKINGHAM. Amersham Rev. HE Nolloth Aylesbnry Rev. GA Shaw Bletchley Rev. JS Brownrigg Buckingham Rev. J. Wood Burnham Rev. CF Porter Claydon Rev. EM Holmes Ivinghoe Rev. FB Harvey Mursley Rev. CF Alexander Newport Rev. C. Jerdein Waddesdon Rev. A. Bros Wendover Rev. WE Malaher Wycombe Rev.
Page 2 - F. Menzies, Great Shefford, Hungerford. Hon. Sec. to Culham Coll.— Rev. J. Slatter, Streatley, Reading. Treasurer to Culham Coll. — Ven. Archdeacon Pott, Abingdon. Principal of Culham Coll. and Corresponding Secretary — Rev. H. Lewis. Diocesan Inspector — Rev. E. Barber, Radley, Abingdon. Committee for the Management of Culham College for 1879.
Page 3 - Motion shall be made, nor any business transacted at any Meeting of the Board, without due notice thereof on the Paper of Agenda; except under special circumstances, by permission of the Board given unanimously after a statement made, on which no discussion shall he allowed.
Page 2 - Ven. The Archdeacon of Oxford Ven. The Archdeacon of Berks Ven. The Archdeacon of Bucks Rev.
Page 1 - CARDWELL LORD CHURCHILL CHANCELLOR OF THE DIOCESE RT. HON. JW HENLEY LiEUT.-CoL. JS NORTH, MP JM DAVENPORT, Esq. Clergy. THE ARCHDEACON OP THE VEN.
Page 4 - ... Meeting. 2. That all applications for Grants, with Plans, Specifications, and Estimates, and all notices of motions, be sent to the respective Secretaries not less than twenty-one days before the Quarterly Meetings.

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