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I C Hristmas Numbers Of The Magazines. ^...
Henry Proposbd Wyatt ( Mbmoriax Chairman ) 9 of Kev the . C i - « ate T . Ackland Joskph Johnson John Baggallay Miles ^ , , Esq Esq . . — , Committee William Peter : Sir Will BSv * I I
1 Esq L Marston ., John , Costeker Esq ., Charles , Esq ., E Ebenezer . Mudie , Esq Homan ., Charies , , Esq ., R Charle . Rivington s Lay ¦ ton , Esq , Esq ., Thomas ., John Tatham T . Lee < ! ijS lSf ' * 1 Sir WaterlowBartWhitaker fi
34 Waterlow Sydney , Bart Circus H . . , M . P . Honorary , ., to S M ecre the . P ta ., wishes ries J . William of Henry , gentlemen Esq . Cross Tr , e Esq asu who r . , James : Sir Moore Sydn ^ , y Ega ' I B
the Finsbury late Mr . Miles . in — various In response public and benevolent many works , a meeting was were held associated at Stationery ink I I Hallon Thursdaythe 27 th ult ., to consider the subject of providing a suitable Memorial rf
I affectionate one who , was esteem so widel , and y known regard and of sincerel all with y , respected whom he , and was who broug had ht into so completel contact . y won At tW the I I I
influ Meeting ential , which attendance was presided , and the over following by Sir resolutions William Henry were unanimousl Wyatt , there y passed was a : — numerous ( 1 ) "That and m I I
Miles the op , inion Esq ., of be this provided Meeting in , su it ch is desirable form as sh that all a tend - suitable to p Memorial erpetuate of his the memory late Joseph in connection Johni ™ I I with benevolent charitable institutions with which he associated
some one or more or was Hedley otherwise Waterlow as may be , Bart decided ., M . on P ., b be y , or requested on behalf to of act , the as Tre subscribers asurer . to the ( 2 ) That Memorial Sir S Fun ydney or / 1 I I 3 That Committee be nted to out the ects of the Memorial Fundwith
whose to () take names all a necessary are given action above appoi therein with power , and carry that to add such to obj Committee their number do . consist ( 4 ) That of the W , . gentlemen HCk powtr » I I I
Esq Committee ., and James will according Moore , Esq ly . be , , be happy requested to receive to act as from joint anyone Hon ¦ ¦ . Secretaries desirous of to co the -operating Fund . . ' vifch The them in perpetuating the memory of their lamented and valued frienda subscription of wibt I
amount may be that JL sent he to may the like Treasurer to contribute , or to to any the Member Fund . now of open the ¦ Committee for ¦ that purpose , , or . to either Subscri JV of ption any tb ^^^ h
Honorary Secretaries , or may be paid to the account of the ¦ Miles Memorial Fund , at the London Union . Hank The 9 of London , Princes Street , E . C . Cheques can may ¦ be crossed ' Union Bank of I form tl \ will take
subscri 1 ^^ ptions * actual can be approximatel ichie h y e ascer Manorial tained ; but we think ha we rdl niay y be ¦ v decided enture to until assure tlie . our amount friwfo tf I
agreeable —the Publishers to all those , Booksellers amongst , wlwnv Printers the , and late Sta 3 fr . tioners Miles — 's that life icas it will spent assume and some by so form many that of will whm it M I
he teas so ivell known and beloved . ¦ , As this ivotice may attract the attention of many of our country friends who wovid not I
otherwise hear fr of it , but who would be only too glad to show their ¦ ¦ appreciation of the vxM fnav if
our our departed devarted jrietiajby iend bu subsenoing substribina to to the the Jt Fund una , - we we oeg bea to to say sav tt // ia iat t any anit sucTi sucfv subsc subscriptions riptions may < k * m sent to Mr . ll Makstox , at the office of The Publishers' Circular , or to Mr . J * Whitikeb , I
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\ 1284 The Publishers Circular ¦ ^ j ^ ^^^
Place The On Booksellers The 2nd Instant...
place The on Booksellers the 2 nd instant ' Provident , the main object Institution being . to —A consider general the meeting suggested of Rules the members for the recw toek - l 1 9
stitution of the BooksellersProvident Institution . I to the ' These Booksellers Bales have ' Provident been drawn Institution up in whi the ch hope for som tihat e the in hits stitution been decreasing of ¦ ¦ Branch B in will numbers give fresh owing life to
the unwillingness of Booksellers and their , assistants to join years . , I TJ 2 n > ER the Existin g Bui ^ s . Under the New Rules ¦ foh B rawcb 13 .
( 1 ) The majority of members receive no benefit ( 1 ) All members will be benefi ¦ ted . ( 2 ) The bers by benefi subscribing who ts becom are mainl e destitute y conferred : thus on no mem en- - ( 2 ) AH encoura portion member to ing 8 the will providence amount be benefited ¦ they and ¦ thri subscri in ft exact . be , thus p *> -1
couragement provident and is thrift given y . to members to be ( 3 ) Every claim member Bnd g ifl knows jn no what depen he has ¦ dent a ri on ght the to I ( 3 ) l $ o member can receive benefits except ba Directors > . wy I
vote of the Board of Directors . y I The principles on which Branch B is baaed are : — I
The Booksellers ( ( 2 1 ) ) To To supp encourage ' lement Provident providence the Institution savings among of those is Booksellers who of the show richest and themselves their trad assistants societies willing . and existing able to hel It has p them ^ & | 8 capit —» elr «* * - I I
ahc A * l # lMkI > Cil *; Z ? 9 X rV » V 1 C 1 CJUL / XUDUIUAIUU II * one UUC Ul LLAO JTlCUCSt lOU-lU e SUClCtAOB UJLlBtlUg . . *« - «« .. ~ aai of -. *« £ y 30 mciuucr member , 000 , and ux of the me the trade iraue number can can of ouLfun obtain members a a . tiuare share entitled in 111 its ius to funds iuuu benefit » , , under uiiuer is under the lue 390 conuiiioii conditions . By su of ol bscri the uiv bing jl Institution iiduh . £ 21 *< , "^ thereto ' - , whip d 1 ® * . ' I I
tasteful is actuall U y > worth those ; £ who 77- refuse A * so so few good avail an themselves offer . By of the this suggested privileg Rules e , the this conditions capital must will conditions be continue veI 7 3 I I I
joining cap be administered ital of Branch the Society A under . But will the if be old tley transferred conditions prefer to , gradu joi if n the under all trad y to e the Branch show new their B condi , as appreciation tions the , members the income of of those Branch from the A iny die * I I The future of the Institution would ( if these Rules are passed ) be in the bands of the trade . lj * " J I
oonditiontf approve of of the Branch existing B order f by joining of things that , they branch can perpetuate they secure it by for joining it , a « Branch time rolls A . on If , th & ey magm P ^ fT » ^ i I I
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Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890), Dec. 6, 1884, page 1284, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/pc/issues/tec_06121884/page/44/