THE ROYAL SCOTTISH CORPORATION.248th Annual Festival,SATURDAY, 30th NOVEMBER (St Andrew's Day), 1912.The Right Honourable ARTHUR JAMES BALFOUR, M.P.,IN THE CHAIR.November 1912.SIR,I enclose the following contribution to the funds of the Corporation, promise to be announced at the Festival.Annual Subscription Donation£ s. d. £ s. d.Please forward---Tickets for theBanquet.Yours faithfully,NameAddressToT. R. MONCRIEFF,Secretary,Royal Scottish Corporation, Crane Court, Fleet Street, London, E.C.Annual Subscribers of One Guinea and upwards are Governors; a Donation of One Guinea constitutes the contributor a Governor for one year; and a Donation of Ten Guineas (which may be paid in instalments) a Life Governor. A Benefaction of One Hundred Guineas creates the donor a Life Member of the Committee of Management.Governors are entitled to recommend one applicant monthly for relief, and to give one vote at each election of Pensioners in respect of every guinea subscribed during the year, in addition to any life privileges previously acquired.Contributions of less than One Guinea will, however, be gladly received and acknowledged.All Cheques should be crossed and made payable to “THE ROYAL SCOTTISH HOSPITAL.”05295
1912 Nov 6
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