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SOCIETY IN DUBLIN,
PROMOTING THE COMFORTS
PO O R.
Reprinted by Order of the Society for bettering
the Condition of the Poor,
And sold by J. Hatchard, 173, Piccadilly;
Gate; Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard; Egerton, Whitehall;
Cadell and Davies, Strand; and Vernor and Hood, Poultry.
castle ; Browne, Hull; Easton, Salisbury; Trewnian, Exeter ;
THIS Number of the Reports is larger than succeeding Numbers are likely to be; but it was thought that no time should be lost in endeavouring to excite the attention of the public to the beneficial effects of Friendly Societies and Charitable Loans; and that this object would be more effectually attained by making the report and remarks upon these subjects (see Appendix, No. I. and VI.) a part of the first number, than by publishing them in a separate tract. Since the papers that compose this number had gone to press, we have learned that a Society for promoting the Comforts of the Poor, - and also a Friendly Society, have been established at Carriek-on-Suir. Of the intention of establishing these institutions, we had very early intelligence; but the account of their actual formation arrived too late to enable us to lay it before the public.
THE COMFORTS OF THE POOR.
President, HIS EXCELLENCY MARQUIS CORNWALLIS.
Right Hon. John Foster
Geo. Renny, Esq. John Creighton, Esq. Rev. Michael Sandys Morgan Crofton, Esq. Henry Stewart, Esq. Wm. Disney, Esq. Secretary Dr. Stokes, F. T.C. Rev. Dr. Elrington, F. T.Č. Rev. Joseph Stopford, F.T.C. Rev. George Graydon Ponsonby Tottenham, Esq. Rev. Dr. Guinness
Rt. Hon. Lord Tullamore Rt. Hon. Sackville Hamilton Rev. Mr. Vicars Rt. Hon. Theo. Jones Rev. John Walker, F. T. C. Bishop of Killaloe
Luke White, Esq. Bishop of Kilmore
Rev. Richard Wynne,
HONORARY MEMBERS, Rev. Dean Kirwan
William Morton Pitt, Esq. Rt. Hon. T. Pelham Count Rumford.
Register and Receiver of Subscriptions,
The following Sub - Committees of Enquiry
have been appointed :
1. For inquiring into the State of the Labouring Classes, whether manufacturers or others, in the city of Dublin.
II. To inquire into the State of the Labouring Classes, and the state of Charitable Institutions in the country parts of Ireland.
III. To inquire into the actual State of Existing Charitable Institutions in the city of Dublin, and the neighbourhood thereof.
IV. To inquire into the actual State of Education among the Poor, and the means of improving it.
y. To collect from the best sources, Regulations for insuring the Permanence of Friendly Societies, particularly with respect to the quantum of Relief, or the amount of Annuities that can be afforded in proportion to the sums subscribed.