[Membership card] Loyal National Repeal Association :
... admitted a Member of the Association ... the ... day of ... 184- , Thos. Math.[Thomas Mathew] Ray, Secretary.
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Dublin : Holbrooke, sc. 4, Crowe Street, [n.d., ca. 1843-1845?].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Central illustration shows map of Ireland to the side of which are two flags, one bearing the words 'Catholic, Protestant, Dissenter, quis separabit?' To the furthest sides of card are texts relating to Ireland in comparison with other European countries. Quotation from William Saurin printed at bottom of card - 'You may make the Union a law but you cannot make it binding on conscience'. At head of item is a print of quote by the Dungannon Volunteers from 1788.
Item stamped 'Repeal Association of Ireland.'
Handwritten entry reads 'Rare variety green ground.'
Physical description: 1 card : ill. ; 14 x 20 cm
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