Letter – Royal Institution to Diana Beaumont – 11 Mar 1808

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Mar 1808
Correspondent: Royal Institution
Recipient: Diana Beaumont
Archive Source: AE Beaumont letters
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At a meeting of the Managers of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, held at the House of the institution, on the 7 of March 1808, Mrs. Diana Beaumont was elected a PROPRIETOR of the said Institution.

      Extract from the Minutes

[signed] Willm. Savage, Clerk.

Royal Institution, The 11 of March 1808

Tickets of Admission may be had at the House of the Institution

Extract from the Bye-Laws of the Royal Institute of Great Britain

SECT. VIII. Art. 1. The number of the Proprietors of the Institution shall be limited to Four Hundred: and, for all new elected Proprietors, the qualification shall be Two Hundred Guineas.

Art. 4. Every Proprietor shall have notice of his Election: and Tickets of Admission, with a Book of the Bye-Laws, shall be delivered to him.

Art. 5. If any Person elected as a Proprietor, (not being in the place of a deceased Proprietor, or a Proprietor transferring his share) shall neglect or refuse to pay the sum required for his qualification within two Kalender Months after the day of his Election, such Election shall void.

The following Bankers have been appointed to receive all such Sums as are, or may become due, to the Institution from Proprietors and Subscribers.

Messrs. Praeds, Digby. Box, Bernard and Co. Fleet Street,

Messrs. Hammersley and Co. Pall Mall

Messrs. Herries, Farquhar, and Co. St. James’s Street,

Messrs. Hoare, Fleet Street,

Messrs. Pybus, Call, Grant, and Hale, Bond Street,

Messrs. Ransom, Morland, and Co. Pall Mall

And by Mr. Savage, Steward to the Institution, under the authority of the Treasurer.

Savage and Easingwood, Printers to the Royal Institution, Bedford Bury.
Printed notice confirming Diana Beaumont’s election as a Proprietor of The Royal Institution of Great Britain

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