TO MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY MAGNA CHARTA DAMES AND BARONS, POTENTIAL MEMBERS AND THOSE WHO SHARE OUR INTEREST IN THE PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY
FROM LEWIS L. NEILSON JR., CHANCELLOR
DATE: FEBRUARY 28, 2002
We continue to increase our e-mail list. To those of you who are new to our list we welcome you to receive our Electronic Newsletter and hope that you will find our Society and our mission to be interesting. Since a primary mission of our Society is to develop awareness of Magna Charta we wish to expand the circulation of our Electronic Newsletter by increasing our e-mail address list particularly including those are members of lineage societies and/or who might share our interest in the principles of Constitutional Liberty.
We encourage you to check our Website regularly for new developments and information. The link to the Newsletter on the Website is: http://www.magnacharta.org/enews22002.htm The link to the Website is: http://www.magnacharta.org. Please also refer to OUR E-MAIL LIST at the end of this Newsletter.
Please inform us of changes to your email address.
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Washington DC Area Reception and Dinner, April 13, 2002 - Fort Myer, Virginia
We are pleased to announce that our Washington DC Area Reception and Dinner will be held on Saturday evening, April 13, 2002, at Spates Hall, Fort Myer, Virginia, a short cab ride from the center of Washington, DC. The reception will begin at 6:00 PM, with dinner scheduled for 8:00 PM. The cost for the reception and filet dinner will be $50.00 per person and the cost for the reception (without dinner) will be $15.00 per person, each with a cash bar. Reservations are required and limited. We encourage and appreciate contributions to our Society in addition to the cost of the reception and dinner. Directions to Fort Myer will be available on request.
Dr. Henry Conrad Wurts is our speaker this year and the title of his talk is "Self-determination and economic freedom: a Magna Charta perspective"
In the past, our April Luncheon has traditionally been scheduled for the Monday of DAR Week. This year, since DAR Week has been moved to July, we have scheduled our dinner for Saturday, April 13, 2002. We sent an email asking that those on our email list let us know if they preferred Saturday dinner or Sunday lunch. The overwhelming preference was for a Saturday dinner and we have planned for an early reception because Fort Myer is lovely and it will also provide the opportunity for our members to attend the reception even if they are unable to stay for dinner.
The annual meeting of the Colonial Dames 17th Century should be complete by Saturday afternoon and we particularly encourage all members and guests of the Colonial Dames to attend our dinner. We also welcome those who are not members of our Society. We remind our members and friends that April is a particularly beautiful time to visit Washington, DC. If you would like to receive an invitation please let us know by calling our office or sending an email.
Historic England Educational Tour, May 12-21, 2002 - Golden Jubilee in Windsor
The Golden Jubilee Year of Queen Elizabeth will provide some exceptional English activities. One of the themes of the Year is celebration throughout England to encourage participation. One of the events is the Royal Windsor Horseshow which is held within the Windsor Park and we are planning the Horseshow as a special part of our Tour this year.
In addition, for our May 2002 Tour we will visit historic and culturally significant places in the vicinity of Windsor as well as London. Among the features of this Tour is a guided tour of the College of Arms and the Library at Windsor Castle, a guided tour of Chartwell by Arabella Churchill, dinner in the dungeons of Windsor Castle and a visit to Runnymede. Additional activities are included in the itinerary on the Website and will be added as the time for the Tour approaches. The address is: http://www.magnacharta.org/may02.htm
The cost for this eight day Tour starts at $3,725.00 per person plus air. We encourage interest and participation although space is limited. Please contact our office to request the full itinerary including the terms and conditions.
Historic England Educational Tour, May 30, 2002 - June 5, 2002 - Golden Jubilee Weekend
We are pleased to announce a Tour for the weekend of the Golden Jubilee in London. This five day Tour includes a reception on the roof of Wellington Barracks overlooking Buckingham Palace, a special service of the Jubilee at St. George's Chapel, and an excellent vantage point to view the Procession of HM Queen Elizabeth from Buckingham Palace to St. Paul's Cathedral. The State carriage, used for the Queen's Coronation in 1953, will be used in the Procession. Additional activities are included in the itinerary on the Website and will be added as the time for the Tour approaches. The address is: http://www.magnacharta.org/june02.htm
The cost for this five day Tour starts at $2,000.00 per person plus air. We encourage interest and participation although space is limited. Please contact our office to request the full itinerary including the terms and conditions.
OUR E-MAIL LIST
Our E-mail list is made up of who have sent us e-mail, of members and friends of the Society who have responded to our Newsletter request for E-mail addresses and others who we believe might be interested in our Society or mission. If you would prefer not to receive future Electronic Newsletters, however, please let us know. If you have friends who you believe might be interested in our Society, please forward this e-mail. If you have received this as a forwarded e-mail, please visit our Website at for more information about our Society. You may also contact our Society Office at 215-836-5022 between the hours of 9:30am and 3:00pm.
I hope that each of you are well. Do not hesitate to contact me with questions or suggestions. Chancellor@magnacharta.org
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