Transactions of the Central Relief Committee of the Society of Friends During the Famine in Ireland, in 1846 and 1847 (Google eBook)

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Hodges and Smith, 1852 - Disaster relief - 478 pages
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Contents

General manifestation of sympathy
44
From James Martin and others on account of Friends in Philadelphia
49
Total amount of American donations in food and money consigned
50
Alarming increase of dysentery in Secondmonth 1847
56
Deputations from Relief Committee of Friends in London and from
62
Resumption of a more extended system of relief considered and rejected
68
Further measures for extending the distribution of seeds in the follow
70
Influence of the discontinuance of the public works on the proceed
74
Summary of distribution of seeds in 1848
77
Subsequently employed in inspecting the fishing grounds in the south
84
Loan to encourage the growth and preparation of flax
90
Operations at Colmanstown modelfarm
96
Difficulty of distinguishing those who really required assistance from
101
Useful results which may be expected from this establishment
107
Injurious results
113
Powers of sale under a settlement usual in England bnt not
116
What should be the rule of law in the absence of a contract
122
Removal of restrictions which interfere with the free use of the land
128
The objects of legislation respecting land 128a
128
Address of Central Relief Committee to the Society of Friends
131
Address of the London Committee to the Society of Friends in America
140
James H Tnkes report
147
William Edward Forsters report
153
William Bennetts account of his journey in Ireland
160
George Hancocks letters while acting as supercargo of the Albert
169
Reports from Cork auxiliary committee
181
Letters of James Perry and Jonathan Pirn while on a deputation
194
James H Tukes account of his visit to Erris in the autumn of 1847
204
APPENDIX IV
212
Notice inserted in American newspapers by Jacob Harvey
218
Report of the proceedings of a public meeting at Washington for
224
From the Irish Relief Committee Charleston per James Adger
231
The same to the same 3rd of Fifthmonth 1847
279
One of the Secretaries to Jacob Harvey 3rd of Fifthmonth 1847
285
Reply to the foregoing 14th of June 1847
291
Keply to the foregoing 29th of June 1847
297
Reply to the foregoing 29th of July 1847
303
The Secretaries to James Rcyburn Treasurer of the Irish Relief Com
309
Reply to the foregoing 26th of September 1847 814
316
The same to the same 29th of November 1847
322
Letter conveying information of the decease of Jacob Harvey
327
APPENDIX VII
334
APPENDIX VIII
347
APPENDIX IX
356
Statement of provisions and boilers shipped from Liverpool to ports
360
Proposition to afford relief to the electoral division relief committees
361
Minute of Central Relief Committee relinquishing proposed plan 15th
366
Extracts from replies from Correspondents
371
Queries issued by the Subcommittee for Clothing to be answered
378
Statement of accounts of same
384
DOCUMENTS ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE EXPENDITURE ON THE FISHERIES
390
Memorandum of agreement with W T Campbell respecting advance
397
Minutes of Central Relief Committee respecting the fishing estab
404
Continuation of the same with William Todhunters observations
410
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415
Report of a deputation from the Committee respecting the land cul
421
100 acres of land 15th of Thirdmonth 1849
427
Minute of Central Relief Committee respecting application from Ber
433
Address to the publio issued 8th of Fifthmonth 1849
445
APPENDIX XXIV
452
Origin and objects of a Model Farm projected and endowed by
459
Second form of Queries marked B
466
Number and value of grants distinguishing the several counties
472
General statement of receipts and disbursements
480

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