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At present the branch associations are directed by a General Council and an executive of six, with the President. These decide on all matters in relation to the holding of meetings, the formation or acceptance of new branches, and, generally, of all things affecting the progress or action of the entire body. The Council is not limited as to numbers, but to be increased in proportion to the extension of branches till the whole of the Metropolitan districts are included, and, after that, such other branches as may choose to become affiliated to the London Central Association.
Cooter, "The Irish in County Durham and Newcastle, c. A. 2). 264-76. 3 The Nation, 13 October 1877; Freeman's Journal, 10 October 1877; Ulster Examiner, 11 October 1877. 4 Irish Vindicator, 30 September 1871. 50. xxxiv 6 A Survey of the Irish in England The Nation, 22 June 1867. , 12 October 1867. , 6 June 1868. , 18 May 1867. , 26 June 1869. , 11 June 1870. , 28 May 1870. , 18June 1870. , 16July 1870. , 1 October 1870; see also, 24 September. , 15 October 1870. , 1 October 1870. , 17 December 1870.
The Irish people in any town in England, while divided into sections, and attached to English parties, are practically powerless. It is only when united, and acting as a body, that they secure influence and respect. 79 Political action for Heinrick had a multi-functional purpose. He saw in it the device for unifying an ethnic community which, even in 1872, was on the verge of disintegration. If the survey contains comparatively few surprises for a present-day audience, it nonetheless provides useful background to a neglected era of the exiles' experience.
A Survey of the Irish in England (1872) by Alan O'Day