minute book


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a book in which minutes have been written

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In 2002 Edith's descendants deposited the minute book, plus other documents, with the West Yorkshire Archives Service in Huddersfield.
The school burned down and was rebuilt in 1879, so the minute book spans the time from the original school to the "new" school.
At Llandaff railway station, for example, land was acquired near the station and the station's hotel (Whitchurch Parish Council, minute book, P6/64).
Resolutions to that effect should be prepared and filed in the corporate minute book.
27) CSA, Minute book of Inter-Western Pacific Exhibition Co.
ASE, Dunedin Branch District Committee Minute Book, 7 November 1907; K.
22) For a full breakdown of the RCC's toll charges per ton mile see RCCP, B2/1/1/8, Minute Book, 1818-23, 18 October 1823; B2/Misc.
Assistant archivist Dr Katrina Legg said the letter was discovered purely by chance in the Bryn Diogel Lodge minute book.
poor law guardian] (London, 1916): 50-75, for a later explanation of this; for apparent examples, see South Dublin Union Board of Guardians Minute Book, Dublin, National Archives of Ireland, BG 79 A 12, 10 Jan.
Meherrin Baptist Church (Lunenburg County, VA) Minute Book, 1771-1837, 1842-1844.
Thomas Osborn, one of the two deacons in the church, was delegated along with two others - William Wilson, Cowper's hairdresser, and a John Rogers - to visit Peace and ascertain the truth of the matter (Olney Church Minute Book III: 23 December 1784 (Sutcliff Baptist Church, Oiney, Bucks)).
The attention to detail and critical skills that are the hallmarks of a well edited document are abundantly evident in Mark Bailey's treatment of The Bailiffs' Minute Book of Dunwich 1404-1430.
Also, practitioners should advise their clients to update the corporate minute book annually.
At Informed Homebirth, we are especially happy to see this up-to-the minute book on Homebirth by long-time friend Sheila Kitzinger.
Professor Tony Collins said: "The minute book for the years 1895 to 1899 went missing from the old RFL headquarters on Chapeltown Road, Leeds, in the early 1960s and has not been seen since.