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THE

TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

London Hibernian Society,

FOR

ESTABLISHING SCHOOLS,

AND

CIRCULATING THE HOLY SCRIPTURES

IN IRELAND.

Their chief object is to give them Scriptural instruction. They are re-
quired not only to read the Scriptures in the Schools, but to commit considerable
parts of them to memory; for which purpose it becomes necessary that they should
take the books to their respective houses. Scripture reading, by the children
of all ages, is the predominant and almost the sole object of instruction."

Commissioners' Report to Parliament, May, 1825.

LONDON:

HATCHARDS, PICCADILLY; SEELEYS, FLEET-STREET; HAMILTON,
PATERNOSTER-ROW; PEWTRESS AND CO. GRACECHURCH-STREET;

NISBET, BERNERS-STREET; OLIPHANT, SOUTH-BRIDGE;
AND WAUGH AND INNES, AUNTER'S-SQUARE, EDINBURGH.

FORM OF A BEQUEST TO THE SOCIETY.

I GIVÉ unto the Treasurer for the time being, of THE LONDON HIBERNIAN SOCIETY,formed in London in the year 1806, the sum of mom Pounds, sterling, to be paid out of such part only of my personal estate as shall not consist of mortgages or chattels real, for the purposes of the said Society ; and for which the receipt of such Treasurer shall be a sufficient discharge.

** Devises of Lands, or money charged on Land, or secured on Mortgages of Lands or Tenements, or to be laid out in Land or Tenements, or to accrue from the sale of Lands or Tenements, are void ; but money or stock may be given by will, if not directed to be paid out of the produce of the Sale of Land or Tenements, or to be laid out in Land.

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PATRON HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the DUKE of GLOUCESTER.

PRESIDENT.
THE MARQUESS OF CHOLMONDELEY.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.

THE ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM.
THE BISHOP OF NORWICH.
THE BISHOP OF ELPHIN.
THE BISHOP OF DROMORE.

MARQUESS OF BRISTOL.

LORD BARHAM. MARQUESS OF CHANDOS. LORD BEXLEY. EARL OF RODEN.

LORD DOVER. EARL OF MOUNT CASHEL.

Right Hon. E. G. S. STANLEY, EARL OF CALEDON.

M.P. Secretary of State for the EARL OF CLANCARTY, G.C.B. Colonies. EARL OF GOSFORD.

Right Hon. Sir G. H. ROSE, VISCOUNT GALWAY.

G.C.H.
VISCOUNT DE VESCI.
VISCOUNT LORTON.

SIR T. BARING, BART.
VISCOUNT MANDEVILLE. SIR JAMES SHAW, Bart.
LORD CARBERRY.

T. F. BUXTON, ESQ. M.P.
SAMUEL MILLS, Esq.

J. B. MONCK, ESQ.
LORD RADSTOCK.

II w. WILBERFORCE, Esq.

TREASURER.

JOHN DEACON, Esq.

20, Birchin Lane.

Honorary Seoretary.
REV. B. RICHINGS, M.A.

Vicar of Mancetter.

Secretary.

CAPTAIN JOHN BANKS, R.N.

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(to whom all Orders for Money are requested to be addressed.)

Collector.
MR. R. G. BURROWS,
34, Exmouth Street, Spa Fields.

By whom Subscriptions are received ; also by

WILLIAMS, Deacon, and Co. Birchin-lane;
HANKEY, Fenchurch-street;
DRUMMONDS, Charing-cross ;
HATCHARDS, Piccadilly;
Hamilton, Paternoster-row;
PEWTRESS and Co. Gracechurch-street;
SEELEYS, Fleet-street;
NISBET, Berners-street, Oxford-street;
Mortlock and Sons, Cambridge ;
OLIPHANT, South Bridge, Edinburgh;
Waugh and Innes, Hunter's-square, ditto;
LATOUCHE and Co. Dublin;
FERRIER,

ditto;
The London Hibernian Society's House, 23, Dominick-street,

Dublin ;
And at the Office, No. 15, Exeter Hall, Strand, London.

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