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In pursuance of a resolution of a late General Quarterly Court of the president, vice-presidents, treasurer, and governors, of the Scottish Hospital and Corporation, at which was taken into consideration the great loss annually sustained by the institution, from the various avocations, and other unavoidable causes which occurred, to prevent the noblemen and gentlemen connected by birth, property, or other ties with North-Britain (of whose humane and liberal sentiments in its behalf, no doubt, could be entertained), from associating with their fellow countrymen, at the spring meetings of the society; and referred it to a Committee of Governors then appointed to deliberate and determine on the best method of making this misfortune to the charity known to such noblemen and gentlemen, and to devise a remedy for the same. The committee so appointed having thought seriously of the matter, feel it a most pressing duty on them to communicate their sentiments thereon to their countrymen, as follows, viz.

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[London : s.n., 1797]

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ESTC T199079



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