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II.-Address delivered at the Opening of the Ninth
Session of the Society. By MOUNTIFORT LONGFIELD,
Esq., Q.C., LL.D. ... ... ...
the National Debt.-—By WILLIAM POLLARD
URQUHART, Esq., M.P. ... ... ...
and the Demand for it; with answer to the
Gold. ?"_By RICHARD Hussey Walsh, Esq., LL.B.
Vice-Presidents. THE EARL OF ROSSE.
THE PROVOST OF TRINITY COLLEGE THE BISHOP OF CORK.
SIR ROBERT KANE. MOUNTIFORT LONGFIELD, Q.C. LL.D. EDWARD BARRINGTON, ESQ. LIEUT.-COLONEL T. A. LARCOM, R.E. JONATHAN PIM, ESQ.
Members of Council. JAMES A. LAWSON, LL.D.
SAMUEL M. GREER, ESQ. ROBERT BALL, LL.D.
CONWAY E. DOBBS, JUN. ESQ. JAMES HAUGHTON, ESQ.
PROFESSOR LESLIE, LL.B. THOMAS H. TODHUNTER, ESQ.
WILLIAM HOGAN, ESQ. CHARLES E. BAGOT, ESQ.
HENRY DIX HUTTON, ESQ. JAMES W. MURLAND, ESQ.
JAMES MONCRIEFF WILSON, ESQ
Barrington Lecturers on Political Economy.
DAVID ROSS, ESQ.
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Applications for leave to read papers should be made to the secretaries at least a week before the meeting.
Proposals of candidate members hould be sent to the secretaries at least a fortnight before the meeting.
The subscription to the Society is ten shillings entrance, and ten shillings per
I. Is Fire Insurance a proper subject for Taxation ? By
W. Neilson HANCOCK, LL.D.
A.M. ... ... ...
as connected with the present state of Landed Pro-
LL.B. ... ... ... ... ...
defended. By W. Neilson HANCOCK, LL.D: ...
Ireland. By P. J. Mc KENNA, Esq. ... ...
the advantages of a Perfect Income Tax. By W.
Neilson HANCOCK, LL.D. ...
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