[Membership card of the Belfast Protestant Repeal Association] /
Belfast Protestant Repeal Association.
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[Belfast] : J.S. Beatty, June 1848.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Engraved sheet features illustration of two female figures - Justice at left, on a pillar bears the following inscription 'Ireland's right a domestic legislature' and at right, Hibernia [or symbolic figure of Plenty/Abundance? she has a harp but also a cornucopia] on a pillar bear the following words 'The Queen, Lords and Commons of Ireland'. Text printed on card underneath this reads: "This is to certify that ... was enrolled a member of the Belfast Protestant Repeal Association on ... day of ... 184-". Printed at bottom of card: 'The Friends of the above Association will meet in their Rooms, No. 7 Montgomery St. on Wednesday evening this instant at 8 o clock. All Protestant Repealers invited to attend.'
Physical description: 1 sheet : ill. ; 12 x 15 cm.
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