FINANCE. TRUSTEE DEED, LOAN PROSPECTUS, APPOINTMENT OF TRUSTEES. - Form of Application, 1919 Issue (Internal). GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC. Issue of 250,000 5 per cent. REGISTERED CERTIFICATES.

Issued at par, and bearing Interest at £5 per cent. per annum, payable half-yearly on the 1st January and 1st July, subject to the reservations contained in this Prospectus, but calculated from the date on which the final payment is made.
REDEEMABLE within Twenty Years of the International Recognition of the Irish Republic, at 105 per cent.
Date, ......................, 1919.
To the Minister of Finance,
In terms of the Prospectus, dated ........................, 1919, I/we hereby apply for ............ pounds (£..........) of 5 per cent. Government of the Irish Republic Certificates, and tender herewith .............. pounds (£..........) in pay ment, being Twenty-five Per Cent. (25%) of the amount applied for.*
And I/we agree to pay the balance due from me/us by the instalments specified in the Prospectus, and as set out hereunder:—
25 per cent. on the 1st August, 1919.
50 per cent. on the 1st November, 1919.
............ Certificates of £1, £............
............ Certificates of £5, £............
............ Certificates of £10, £............
............ Certificates of £20, £............
............ Certificates of £50, £............
............ Certificates of £100, £............
Ordinary Signature, .............................
Name in Full, ......................
(State Mr., Mrs., Miss or other title).
Address, ....................................
Occupation, ................................
*Cheques, British P.O., and Drafts, should be crossed and made payable to the Trustees of Dáil Eireann.
GOVERNMENT OF THE IRISH REPUBLIC
5 PER CENT. REGISTERED CERTIFICATES (1919) (INTERNAL).
Received from ............................ of ....................................... the sum of ................ pounds ............... shillings, being the amount payable on application for:—
£....................
MICHEAL O COILEAIN,
Minister of Finance.
Per .................................
Alderman T. KELLY (St. Stephen's Green) moved an amendment that Clause 3 be amended by deleting the words "and the English have evacuated Ireland."
LIAM DE ROISTE (Cork City) seconded.
The amendment was put and defeated. The original motion was then adopted.