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We hope you will maintain your membership, and will encourage both the libraries you use and also other individuals to join. In a Supplementary Series was begun, a series which only appears occasionally it currently has 24 volumes within it ; some of these are new editions of texts earlier appearing in the main series.
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Again these volumes are available at publication and later at a substantial discount to members. To the Lords of Chalker Stop the video after every sentence and repeat the sentence. To Princess Margaret [Gladethe, thoue queyne of Scottis regioun] Spend Thine Own Goods [Thyne awin gude spend quhill thow hes space] All these advantages can only be obtained through the Membership Secretary the books are sent by post ; they are not available through bookshops, and such bookstores as carry EETS books have only a very limited selection of the many published.
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