Thank you for the reply. On March 4th, 1893, the Hawaiian Patriotic League, founded by Hawaiian Kingdom legislators, formally adopted its constitution as an Association. The structure and format of that constitution is very similar to the sample bylaws in RONR (11th ed.), which leads to the hypothesis that they were using one of the first three editions of Robert's Rules of Order to help them draft that document. By knowing the point in 1893 that the Third Edition of Robert's Rules was published, it could help narrow down that hypothesis. I'm a student of both Parliamentary Procedure and of that era in Hawaiian history.