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  • The currency system of the Irish Free State 

    Brennan, Joseph (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1931)
    At the time of the establishment of the Irish Free State the only effective currency of full legal tender existing in the country was the British currency note. Gold coin of the United Kingdom, although of full legal ...
  • Partition, women, and social policy, 1921-1939 

    TIERNEY, ALEXANDRA BRIDGET (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2018)
    This thesis analyses how the partition of Ireland affected state social intervention into women?s lives in the Irish Free State and Northern Ireland. It begins its study with the opening of Stormont, the northern parliament, ...
  • Poverty problems for a patriot parliament 

    Dunne, John Patrick (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1923)
    When planning the submission of certain suggestions as to Irish social legislation, designed to combat the evil of poverty, I conjectured that when the time arrived for doing so the battle flags would have been furled ...
  • Should the list of authorised trustee investments in the Irish Free State be extended? 

    Eason, Charles (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1932)
    I recommend that to the list of authorised investments should be added some Free State Securities, some Securities in Northern Ireland and some in Foreign Countries and British Dominions. But before doing so I review ...
  • Trade statistics of the Irish Free State in 1924 

    Lyon, Stanley G. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1925)
    The following is a criticism of Mr. Hooper's recent report on the trade of the Irish Free State during the year 1924. I shall have to excuse myself by mentioning that this paper is written at the request of our ...
  • Trade statistics of the Irish Free State in 1924 

    Eason, J. C. M. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1925)
    The complete figures of Imports and Exports covering a full twelve months will form a starting point for a series of yearly comparisons which as time goes on will become increasingly valuable. Pending the time when such ...
  • Trade statistics of the Irish Free State in 1924 

    Oldham, C. H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1925)
    At the outset of his Essay, Mr. Hooper gives us new information regarding three matters, viz.? Import and Export figures for (i) Transit Trade, which passes across without coming into ownership in this country, (the total ...
  • Trade statistics of the Irish Free State in 1924 

    Manley, Patrick (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1925)
    An analysis of the Trade Statistics of dutiable goods must necessarily be narrow, as the number of articles liable to duty is, comparatively speaking, small. The total number of articles, both free and dutiable, shown ...
  • Trade statistics of the Irish Free State in 1924 

    Leet, Francis L. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1925)
    I propose to confine my contribution to this discussion mainly to a consideration of the totals of Imports and Exports together with the excess of Imports shown in Table I. of Mr. Hooper's supplement to the December report. ...
  • Trade statistics of the Irish Free State in 1924: introduction [to Symposium] 

    Oldham, C. H. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1925)
    The Irish Free State is a new world economic unit. Our business at this meeting is to consider the Trade Statistics of the Irish Free State for 1924, which is the first evidence we have got as to its actual stature both ...