[Membership card] Loyal National Repeal Association :
... admitted a Member of the Association the ... 1845, Thos. Math. [Thomas Mathew] Ray, Secretary.
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[S.l. : s.n.], 1845.
This item is held in the Ephemera Department.
Illustrations include a shamrock bearing on each leaf the words 'Catholic, Protestant, Dissenter' and 'Qui separabit' [Latin: 'Who will separate us'] above which is written 'God Ssave the Queen'. Text underneath the illustration of Irish Parliament building [College Green, now the Bank of Ireland] reads '1782 It was and shall be' [a reference to 'Grattan's Parliament'].
Membership card for the Loyal National Repeal Association of Ireland. Handwritten message on rverso reads: 'If Mr Dillon can manage to have the articles of furniture at a valuation with Mr Featherstone and place the amount to my credit I shall be satisfied, Edward Bailie, Landlord ... 27 Nov 1857.'
Physical description: 1 card: ill. ; 10 x 14 cm.
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