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VÍ. Each Subscriber of Fifty Pounds at one time, or who shall, by one additional payment, increase his original Subscription to Fifty Pounds, shall be a Governor for Life.
VII. Governors shall be entitled to attend and vote at all Meetings of the Committee.
VIII. An Executor, paying a bequest of Fifty Pounds, shall be a Member for Life ; or of One Hundred Pounds, a Governor for Life.
IX. A Committee shall be appointed to conduct the business of the Society, consisting of Thirty-six. Laymen, Six of whom shall be Foreigners, resident in London or its vicinity; half the remainder shall be Members of the Church of England, and the other half Members of other denominations of Christians. Twenty-seven of the above number, who shall have most frequently attended, shall be eligible for re-election the ensuing year.
The Committee shall appoint all Officers, except the Treasurer, and call Special General Meetings, and shall be charged with procuring for the Society suitable patronage, both British and Foreign.
X. Each Member of the Society shall be entitled, under the direction of the Committee, to purchase Bibles and Testaments at the Society's prices, which shall be as low as possible.
XI. The Annual Meeting of the Society shall be held on the first Wednesday in May, when the Treasurer and Committee shall be chosen, the Accounts presented, and the Proceedings of the foregoing year reported.
XII. The President, Vice-Presidents, and Treasurer, shall be considered, ex officio, Members of the Committee.
XIII. Every Clergyman or Dissenting Minister, who is a Member of the Society, shall be entitled to attend and vote at all Meetings of the Committee.
XIV. The Secretaries, for the time being, shall be considered as Members of the Committee; but no other person deriving any emolument from the Society, shall have that privilege.
XV. At the General Meetings, and Meetings of the Committee, the President, or, in his absence, the VicePresident first upon the list then present; and in the absence of all the Vice-Presidents, the Treasurer; and in his absence, such Member as shall be voted for that purpose, shall preside at the Meeting
XVI. The Committee shall meet on the first Monday in every Month, or oftener, if necessary.
XVII. The Committee shall have the power of nominating such persons as have rendered essential services to the Society, either MEMBERS FOR LIFE, or GOVERNORS FOR LIFE.
XVIII. The Committee shall also have the power of nominating HONORARY MEMBERS from among Foreigners who have promoted the object of the Society.
XIX. The whole of the Minutes of every General Meeting shall be signed by the Chairman.
SPECIMENS OF THE TYPES OF THE SOCIETY'S BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS. PICA BIBLE, 4to. with Marginal References.
PICA TESTAMENT. And thou, Solomon my son, know thou And the sea gave up the dead the God of thy father, and serve him with
Let us not be weary in well which were in it; and death a perfect heart, and with a willing mind. doing; for in due season we shal
for the LORD searcheth all hearts, and and hell delivered up the dead understandeth all the imaginations of the
if we faint not. Gal. vi. 9. which were in them: and they thoughts, if thou seek him, he will be were judged every man according will cast thee off for ever. 1 Chron. xxviii. 9.
LONG PRIMER TESTAMENT. to their works. Rev. xx. 13.
MINION BIBLE, 8vo. & 24mo.
And they were all amazed, and mar-
velled, saying one to another, Behold,
are not all these which speak Galileans? SMALL PICA BIBLE, Octavo.
let him return unto the LORD, and he And how hear we every man in our
God, for he will abundantly pardon.
Isai. lv. 7.
Acts ii. 7, 8.
BREVIER TESTAMENT. .
For God so loved the world, that he gave
his only-begotten Son, that whosoever be
ration of God, and is profitable lieveth in him should not perish, but have
for doctrine, for reproof, for coreverlasting life. John iii. 16.
ousness. 2 Tim. iii. 16.
PEARL POCKET BIBLE
MINION POCKET TESTAMENT.
presence of the angels of God over_one sinner
own tongue, wherein we were born ?
All Scripture is given by inspi
rection, for instruction in righte
Likewise, I say unto you, there is joy in the
that repenteth. Luke xv. 10.
But he spake the more vehement.
And they came to a place which
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS
(For Specimens of Types, see preceding page.) §. d. 8. d. Pocket Bible, Pearl type, calf..
5. 3 4 0 Ditto, Nonpareil
4 4 3 3 Ditto, Minion
5 2 3 11 Noppareil, 12mo.
3 0 Minion, crown paper, 8vo.
4 3 Ditto, with marginal references
90 6 9 Brévier, demy paper, 8vo.
6 8 5 0 Brevier, medium paper, 8vo. with marginal references
10 10 8 2 Long Primer, demy paper, 8vo. ...
8 7 6 6 Small Pica, medium paper, 8vo.
10 0 7 6 Ditto, royal paper, 8vo. with marginal references
13 4 10 0 Ditto, royal paper, 8vo. without references, fine edition 18 () 18 0
Ditto, 4tó. with broad margins for writing upon, boards 42 0 42 0 Pica, royal paper, 4to. with marginal references, calf lettered .. 21 0
1 8 1 4 2 0 1 5 2 2 2.0 3 0 3 0 4 0
1 3 1 0 1 6 1 1 i 9 1 6 2 3 2 3 3 0
Pearl Testament, calf
calf Brevier, 12mo. sheep Ditto,
calf Long Primer, 8vo. sheep. Ditto,
calf Pica, 8vo. sheep Ditto, calf.
calf Small Pica Testament, 8vo. sheep Ditte,
calf Nonpareil Testament, sheep Ditto,
Bourgeois Bible, 8yo. calf .....
6 0 2 0 2 10
ITALIAN. Bourgeois Bible, (Martini) 8vo. calf ...
90 Testament, 13mo. 18mo. and 32mo. (Martini or Diodati) sheep.. 20 Ditto,
2 9 Italian and Latin Psalms, 8vo.
sheep.. 2 2
DUTCH. Bourgeois Bible, 8vo. calf
7 6 Ditto Testament, 8vo. sheep
2 9 Ditto, calf
1 6 2 0
New Testament, 8vo. sheep
calf Ditto, 24mo. sheep Ditto,
2 0 3 0 1 8 2 4
1 6 2 3 1 3 19
Bible, 8vo. calf
76 2 0