The Ulster Reform Club
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"The Ulster Reform Club was opened for the use of members on the 1st January, 1885, and was formally inaugurated on the 5th December, 1885, by the Marquis of Hartington. Among the portraits which adorn the walls are those of Sir Thomas McClure, Bart., Sir Edward Porter Cowan, and the late John Shaw Brown, Esq., J.P., one of the most zealous workers in the formation of the Club. Its members must be loyal to the principle of constitutional government, and to the maintenance of the Union with Great Britain" (103).
Formatting by George P. Landow
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