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1.-Report of the Council at the Opening of the Ninth

Session of the Society ... -... ..."

II.-Address delivered at the Opening of the Ninth

Session of the Society. By MOUNTIFORT LONGFIELD,

Esq., Q.C., LL.D. ... ... ...
III.—Plan for the Reduction and ultimate Extinction of

the National Debt.-—By WILLIAM POLLARD

URQUHART, Esq., M.P. ... ... ...
IV.–Observations on the Gold Crisis, the Price of Silver,

and the Demand for it; with answer to the
question: " What becomes of the New Supplies of

Gold. ?"_By RICHARD Hussey Walsh, Esq., LL.B.

V.-Proceedings of the Society

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FOUNDED, 1847.

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President.
HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.

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

Treasurer.
WILLIAM F. LITTLEDALE, ESQ. 9, UPPER ORMOND-QUAY.

Secretaries.
W. NEILSON HANCOCK, LL.D., 74, LOWER GARDINER-STREET.
PROFESSOR INGRAM, LL.D., F.T.C.D., 40, TRINITY COLLEGE.
PROFESSOR HUSSEY WALSII, LL.B., 27, SUMMER-HILL.

Librarian.
RICHARD D. WEBB, 176, GREAT BRUNSWICK-STREET.

Barrington Lecturers on Political Economy.
PROFESSOR MOFFETT, LL.D.

DAVID ROSS, ESQ.
FREDERICK G. EVELYN, ESQ. 1. THOMAS M. BUSTEED, ESQ.

THE object of the Society is the promotion of the study of Statistics, Political Economy, and Jurisprudence. The meetings are held on the third Monday in each month, from November to June, inclusive, at 8, P. M. The business is transacted by members reading written communications on some subject in Statistics, Political Economy, or Jurisprudence. No communication is read unless two members of the council certify that they consider it in accordance with the rules and objects of the Society. The reading of each paper, unless by express permission of the council previously obtained, is limited to half an hour.

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

annam.

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CONTENTS.

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I. Is Fire Insurance a proper subject for Taxation ? By

W. Neilson HANCOCK, LL.D.
II.—The Effect of War on Prices. By JOHN E. CAIRNES,

A.M. ... ... ...
III.-Condition of the Labouring Population of Jamaica,

as connected with the present state of Landed Pro-
perty in that island. By RICHARD HUSSEY WALSH,

LL.B. ... ... ... ... ...
IV.-Sir Robert Peel's Bank Act of 1844 explained and

defended. By W. Neilson HANCOCK, LL.D: ...
V.-On the Criminal Jurisdiction of Quarter Sessions in

Ireland. By P. J. Mc KENNA, Esq. ... ...
VI.-On the General Principles of Taxation, as illustrating

the advantages of a Perfect Income Tax. By W.

Neilson HANCOCK, LL.D. ...
VII.—Proceedings of the Dublin Statistical Society ...
VIII.-Barrington Lectures

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The preceding numbers of this Journal may be had on application
to Messrs. M'Glashan and Gill, 50, Upper Sackville-street.

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