An Historical Review of the State of Ireland: From the Invasion of that Country Under Henry II. to Its Union with Great Britain on the 1st of January, 1801 ...

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C. Roworth, 1803 - Ireland - 794 pages

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Contents

The army from Arklow under the command of General Needham moves towards GoreySeveral
752
The inſurgents after a long conteſt with the troops retire to Donnegar Hill ſurrender their arms
769
Lord Cornwalliss proclamationAn act of amneſty publiſhed
773
Arthur OConnor and ſeventy three ftate priſoners propoſe through Mr Dobbs a member of par
779
His remarkable anſwer to a curate reporting falſe alarms
785
Several acquitted by the court martial of Wexford preſided at by Lord Ancram and after his departure
787
The Marquis Cornwallis heads the army in perſon and moves forward to ſtop the career of
793
Their police in Killala and environs
800
Lord Cornwallis publiſhes a proclamation
806
Mr Ogies ſpeech in the courſe of the debates on the attainder bill NoteMr Grattans letter
807
The lamentable fate of Theobald Wolfe Tone founder of the Iriſh Union
813
A lift of the principal writings for and againſt the meaſure Note
819
An addreſs moved from the lordsAn amendment moved by Lord PowerſcourtRejected by
827
Anſwer of the Iriſh parliament to King Edward when ſummoned by him to EnglandVarious
854
On a diviſion upon omitting or expunging the paragraph relative to an Union in the addreſs for
875
Lord Grenville in the Houſe of Peers moves for taking his majeſtys meſſage c Mr Sheridan
877
The advantages of a cloſer connexion with England demonſtratedMr Canning concludes by
884
The emancipation of Catholics conſidered as dangerous to the ſtate in the then ſtate of affairs
891
Mr Pitt concludes by moving an addreſs c Mr Sheridan oppoſes the plan as productive of dif
898
Mr Fitzgerald concludes by moving an amendmentMr Foſter delivers his ſentiments at confi
902
Meſſrs Grey Secretary Dundas Sheridan Wyndham Tierney Grant and Smith ſpeak for
906
Douglas takes the chairMr Hobhouſe recommends deferring the meaſure for the preſent
909
Lord Caſtlereagh moves for an adjournment of the Iriſh parliament to 7th Feb Sir John Parnell
915
A vote of the houſe to get the ſaid paper burnt on College Green by the common hangman
921
Catholic officers admitted in IrelandExcluded in England c c
927
Among the various affertions during this violent and long debate thoſe of Mr Buſhe the boldeſt
953
The commercial intereſts of both countries
1013
Future repreſentation of the commonsCompenſation for boroughs disfranchiſed
1019
The houſe dividesFor the miniſter 158Againſt him 115
1025
And concludes an able ſpeech by aſſerting his moſt ardent wiſhes would be for the meaſureEarl
1032
After ſeveral intereſting ſpeeches for and againſt the queſtion it is carried in favor of the miniſter
1040
The reſolutions are fanioned The articles at length No CXIX AppendixA meſſage
1043
The motion for the committee agreed to
1049
Mr Grey enters into a narrative of the union with Scotland and concludes his ſpeech by moving
1056
Various motions in the Houſe of Commons by Dr Lawrence Mr Grey Sir William Dolben
1062
The royal aflent given in Ireland to the Union bill on the anniverſary of the accellion of the Houſe
1068
Other proclamations read declaring what enfigns and colours ſhould be borne by ſea
1076
The miuifters plan of indemnity for the extinction of boroughs at the rate of 150001 each borough
3
This propoſal upon the ſuggeſtion of Mr Pitt rejected without a diviſionGeneral Fitzpatrick
8
The ſpeech of Mr Gardner on Irish commerce
51
Mr Saurin maintains the neceßity of appealing to their conſtituentsThe folicitor general repro
104
Doctor Francis Moylan to bis beloved flock the Roman Catholics of the dioceſe
254
To the meeting of freemen and freeholders atlembled at the Exchange on Saturday
284
Reſolutions of the united army of Wexford
305
Syſtem of flogging and half hanging in GoreyRiſe and progreſs of the Orange ſyſtem in Wex
306
Reſolutions in favor of Mr Foſter and the addreſs of the Right Honorable the Lord
318
The other body of Wexford rebels are defeated near Hacketſtown in the county of Wicklow
348
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358
Upon a diviſion for the ſpeakers leaving the chair 131 againſt it 19The opinion upon an union
362
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404
Women treated with indecent cruelty by the militaryThe ſyſtem of terror encreaſes the num
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