Society of St. George (Baltimore, Md.) : Rules and constitution of the Society of St. George, in Maryland; [electronic resource] : established in the city of Baltimore, for the purpose of relieving their brethren in distress: as revised by a committee appointed for that purpose, and approved and adopted at a special meeting, April 2, 1799.
Society of Starch Makers of London. : By the King [electronic resource] : a proclamation for the well ordering the making of white starch within the realm, and for restraint of the importation thereof from forreign parts.
Society of Sword Men in Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : The fencing-master's advice to his scholar: or, A few directions for the more regular assaulting in schools [electronic resource] : Published by way of dialogue, for the benefit of all who shall be so far advanced in the art, as to be fit for assaulting. By the author of The Scots fencing-master, and Sword-mans vade-mecum.
Society of the Free British Fishery -- Charters. : His Majesty's royal charter, granted on the eleventh day of October 1750, in the twenty fourth year of the reign of King George the second, for incorporating the Society of the Free British Fishery, with power to make by-laws, &c. for the improvement of the British White herring fisheries, With Power to make By-Laws, &c. for the Improvement of the British White Herring Fisheries, and better Regulation of the Trade thereof; and for preventing Frauds and Impositions in the Management of the same [electronic resource].
Society of the Free British Fishery -- History -- Sources. : The Fisheries revived: or, Britain's hidden treasure discovered. [electronic resource] : Proving, that not only our future wealth, but security, will depend upon that inestimable trade. Containing, The state of the fisheries of the different nations in Europe, frequenting our seas, with the imperfect state of our own; A description of the Northern and Western Isles of Scotland; an account of their inhabitants, with their manner of their taking and curing fish, from the journal of a gentleman who surveyed them last summer; copies of the Dutch placarts; the scheme for carrying on the said trade, and employing the parish-poor therein; with the acts of Parliament relating to fish and fisheries, from the 13th of Edward I. to the present year. The whole illustrated with plans of the most noted harbours in the said islands, and prospects of the remarkable headlands, for the better direction of navigators.