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Municipal Reform Bill, Irish, 304, 307. Pigot, David R., Chief Baron, 251,
Munster, devastation of, in Eliza- 338, 340, 416, 475.

beth's reign, 205; wretched state Playfair, Professor John, 12, 22.
of in 1761, 224; potato diet in, 364. Plowden's Historical Review of the
Murphy, Lieutenant, 77, 94, 97, 100, State of Ireland, 239, 240.
113.

Plymouth, Mr Drummond's studies at,
Murray, Sir George, 162, 163.

38.
Murray, John Archibald, 162, 164. Police force in Ireland, 266 899.
Musselburgh, 5; grammar school of, 9. Pollock, Baron, his attack on Mr

Drummond, 149, 151.
NAPIER, Sir Charles, 266.

Pontoon invented by Mr Drummond,
New Zealanders, treatment of the, 40.
197.

Poor-Law, Irish, 305, 308, 368.
Nicholl, Mr, on the Irish poor, 308. Pope, The, not originally acknow-
Norbury, Lord, murder of, 325, 389. ledged by the Irish Christians, 195 ;
Normanby, Lord. See Mulgrave. the conquest of Ireland by Henry

II. authorised by Adrian IV., 195 ;
OAKBOYS, an Irish society, 226.

how and when the Irish became
O'Connell, Daniel, 238, 240, 291, 292, adherents of the, 203.
310, 383.

Population, increase of, in Ireland,
O'Loghlen, Michael, 251, 283.

220, 232, 237, 363.
Orangemen, 226, 238, 408; Mr Drum- Portlock, Lieut.-Col., his Memoir of

mond's contention with, 258 899., Colby, 55 ; on the Irish Survey, 80;
277.

on the inventor of the compen-
Ordnance Survey of Britain and Ire- sation bar, 95–105.

land, 38, 46–137, 247-8, 438 ; Portrait of Mr Drummond, 161, 182.
origin and progress of, 50 sqq.; Potato diet of the Irish, 237, 364.
methods of, 47; hardships of, 55 ; • Property has its duties as well as its
measurement of base-line, 47,51-53, rights,” 322, 325, 326, 327, 331,
81, 83–112, 167, 440.

339, 366.
Ormelie, Lord, 162, 163.

Prisoners' Counsel Act in Ireland, 459.
Prosecutors, public, 281.

Prout, Dr, 16.
Pale, Irish, 198, 201, 202.

Purfleet lighthouse, 119, 125.
Paley not the author of the maxim,

“Property has its duties as well as “QUARTERLY REVIEW," 346, 349,387.
its rights,” 329.

Queen's County, 355.
Papists. See Roman Catholics.
Parliament, Irish, 228, 232.

RAILWAYS, mismanagement of, 391 ;
Parnell, Sir Henry, on the Irish penal should they be assumed by the
laws, 217, 240.

State ? 386, 392, 464; financial posi-
Patrick, St, 192, 199.

tion of Irish railways in 1866, 389;
Peel, Sir Robert, 179, 180, 234, 235, Irish Railway Commission, 266,341,
383, 418, 419,

409; report of, 336, 410, 412, 414,
leep-of-day-boys, 226.

415; recommendations of, 374, 383;
Penal laws, Irish, 209, 210, 215-21, opposition to, 380; bill framed on
228, 240.

the report, 382-5; opposition to the
Pendulums, compensation, 84.

bill in Parliament, 417.
Pension conferred on Mr Drummond, Rebellion, Irish, in 1641, 211; in
and soon renounced, 152, 181.

1798, 226, 231.
Perrin, Louis, 251, 283.

Reform Bill, 138-161; first election
Perthshire, first election in, under the under the Act, 162.
Reform Act, 162.

Reid, Colonel Sir William, 39, 42.
Petty Sessions in Ireland, 283, 862. Religion, Professor Jardine on, 82.
Petty, Sir William, on Ireland, 213, Ribandism, 238, 258 sqq., 288.
218, 220, 239.

Richards, John, 251.
Philips, Sir George, 177, 185. Rightboys, an Irish society, 225.
Phenix Park, suppression of Sunday Robe, Lieutenant, 56, 57; letter from,
fairs in, 404.

to Mr Drummond's mother, 181.

Robinson, Dr Romney, 45.

Station-hunting by the Ordnance Sur-
Roden, Earl, gigantic petition to the

veyors, 56.
king, presented by, 236; his aver- Statistics of crime in Ireland, 286-8.
ments as to Ribandism, 288, 293 ; Steelboys, an Irish society, 226.
his committee of the House of Stephen, Sir George, on the author-
Lords, 246, 256, 417; Mr Drum- ship of the maxim, “ Property has
mond's evidence before it, 256, its duties as well as its rights," 334.
260-4, 267, 269, 271-6, 281, 284-8, Stevenson, Robert, 126.
290-3, 339, 415, 419.

Stipendiary Magistrates in Ireland,
Roe, river, 83, 107.

273, 277, 280, 453.
Roman Catholics, none in Ireland till Succession, law of, among the Irish

the Reformation, 195, 203 ; penal tribes, 189.
laws against the, 209, 210, 215, 221, Sunday fairs, suppression of, 404.
228, 240; emancipation of, 235, Survey of Britain and Ireland. See
295-6; their admission into the Ordnance Survey.
Irish constabulary, 274, 295; and Synge, Edward, his “Case of Tolera-
into juries, 282.

tion," 240.
Rowan, Mr, 293.
Roy, General, survey of Britain by, Taylor, Mr, a' teacher of Thomas

TANISTRY, 190, 192.
61, 62, 67.
Roy, Mr, a teacher of Thomas Drum-

Drummond, 9, 10.
mond, 11, 12

Telegraph, Belgian, 394.
Royal Astronomical Society, 119.

Theodolite, its use in surveying, 48.
Royal Dublin Society, 406.

Thoms, Alexander, 239.
Russell, Earl, 138, 139, 143, 150, 345,

Thrashers, Irish insurgents, 233.
383.

Times newspaper, 177, 180.

Tipperary, county of, 355; Mr Drum-
SCOTLAND, Ordnance Survey of, 54.

mond's correspondence with the
Scotsman newspaper, 177, 180 ; quoted,

magistrates of, 313–339, 367; effects

of that correspondence on the for-
Scott, George, 12.

tunes of the Whig Government, 339.
Septs, Irish, 187 899.

Tithes, levying of, in Ireland, 408;
Sharp, Richard, 184.

Commutation Bill, 303, 306, 310.
Sharp, Mrs, 405.

Tolerance indignantly disclaimed by
Shaw, Mr, motion of, in the House

James I., 210, 239 ; Synge's “ Case
of Commons, 339, 416.

of Toleration," 240.
Sheriffs in Ireland, 305.

Tone, Wolfe, 230.
Shiel, Mr, quoted, 246.

Trigonometrical Survey. See Ordnance
Slattery, Mr, 275.

Survey.
Slieve Donard, 81.

Trinity House Corporation, their trial
Slieve Snaght, 74–78, 439.

of the Drummond Light for light-
Smiles, Samuel, his history of Ireland,

houses, 114-127.
239.

Troughton, Edward, 94, 96, 102, 103.
Smith, Dr, 22.

Tyrone, county of, 357.
Smith, Goldwin, on Irish history, &c., ULSTER, devastation of, in Elizabeth's

240; on the maxim, “ Property has reign, 206; rebellion in 1641, 211

its duties as well as its rights,” 328. colonisation of, 219.
Smyth, Geo. Lewis, his work on Ire- Union between Britain and Ireland,
land, 239.

232; agitation for repeal of, 236.
Snaght, Slieve, 74–78, 439.

United Irishmen, 226, 230.
Societies, illegal, in Ireland, 224

899.; state of the law in regard to, VALLENCY'S “ Collectanea," 239.
461.

Verner, Colonel, correspondence with,
Somers, James, 3-5.

296, 310, 312.
Somers, Mrs, 5, 6, 16, 33.

Vetch, Mr, 62, 63, 64.
Spencer, Lord, 179. See Althorp. Victoria, Queen, Ireland under, 237,
Spenser, Edmund, his account of the 243 899.; Irish statutes of, 460,
Irish, 205, 214, 239.

464,
Spy system in Ireland, 293.

Vignolles, Mr, 348.

330.

Wages, when too low, give a bad re William IV., 117; Mr Drummond's

turn of labour, 357, 369; inade- visit to, at Brighton, 128; Ireland
quacy of, in Ireland, in Mr Drum- in the reign of, 236, 243; Irish
mond's time, 365.

statutes, 451, 454, 459, 460.
Waræus de Hibernia, &c., 239. Woolmore, Captain, 129, 133 899.
Waterford, county of, 355.

Woolwich, Mr Drummond at, 14, 17,
Wayland, Francis, 313.

18–36, 43; history of the Royal
Wellington, Duke of, 312, 235, 385; Academy at, 37.
his administration, 179.

Woulfe, Stephen, 251, 303; not the
Westmeath, 355.

author of the maxim, “ Property has
Wexford, county of, 355.

its duties as well as its rights," 329,
Whigs, their administration in Ire- 332, 334, 335, 338.

land, 1835–39, 243. See Mulgrave.
Whiteboys, an Irish society, 227. YOLLAND, Captain, his account of the
Widgeons, an Irish society, 291. measurement of the base at Lough
William the Conqueror, 196.

Foyle, 85, 88, 90, 92, 93, 98, 99, 104,
William III., Ireland under, 215 ; 109, 113.

blowing up his statue in Dublin, Young, Arthur, his “ Tour in Ire-
408.

land," 240.

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to February 1839.

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Robinson, Dr Romney, 45.

Station-hunting by the Ordnance Sur-
Roden, Earl, gigantic petition to the

veyors, 56.
king, presented by, 236; his aver- Statistics of crime in Ireland, 286-8.
ments as to Ribandism, 288, 293 ; Steelboys, an Irish society, 226.
his committee of the House of Stephen, Sir George, on the author-
Lords, 246, 256, 417; Mr Drum- ship of the maxim,“ Property has
mond's evidence before it, 256, its duties as well as its rights,” 334.
260-4, 267, 269, 271-6, 281, 284-8, Stevenson, Robert, 126.
290-3, 339, 415, 419.

Stipendiary Magistrates in Ireland,
Roe, river, 83, 107.

273, 277, 280, 453.
Roman Catholics, none in Ireland till Succession, law of, among the Irish

the Reformation, 195, 203 ; penal tribes, 189.
laws against the, 209, 210, 215, 221, Sunday fairs, suppression of, 404.
228, 240 ; emancipation of, 285, Survey of Britain and Ireland. See
295-6; their admission into the Ordnance Survey.
Irish constabulary, 274, 295; and Synge, Edward, his “Case of Tolera-
into juries, 282.

tion,” 240.
Rowan, Mr, 293.
Roy, General, survey of Britain by, Taylor, Mr, a teacher of Thomas

TANISTRY, 190, 192.
51, 52, 67.
Roy, Mr, & teacher of Thomas Drum-

Drummond, 9, 10.
mond, 11, 12

Telegraph, Belgian, 394.
Royal Astronomical Society, 119.

Theodolite, its use in surveying, 48.
Royal Dublin Society, 406.

Thoms, Alexander, 239.
Russell, Earl, 138, 139, 143, 150, 345,

Thrashers, Irish insurgents, 233.
383.

Times newspaper, 177, 180.

Tipperary, county of, 355 ; Mr Drum-
SCOTLAND, Ordnance Survey of, 54.

mond's correspondence with the
Scotsman newspaper, 177, 180 ; quoted,

magistrates of, 313–339, 367; effects
330.

of that correspondence on the for-
Scott, George, 12.

tunes of the Whig Government, 339.
Septs, Irish, 187 899.

Tithes, levying of, in Ireland, 408;
Sharp, Richard, 184.

Commutation Bill, 303, 306, 310.
Sharp, Mrs, 405.

Tolerance indignantly disclaimed by
Shaw, Mr, motion of, in the House

James I., 210, 239; Synge's " Case
of Commons, 339, 416.

of Toleration," 240.
Sheriffs in Ireland, 305.

Tone, Wolfe, 230.
Shiel, Mr, quoted, 246.

Trigonometrical Survey. See Ordnance
Slattery, Mr, 275.

Survey.
Slieve Donard, 81.

Trinity House Corporation, their trial
Slieve Snaght, 74–78, 439.

of the Drummond Light for light-
Smiles, Samuel, his history of Ireland,

houses, 114-127.
239.

Troughton, Edward, 94, 96, 102, 103.
Smith, Dr, 22.

Tyrone, county of, 357.
Smith, Goldwin, on Irish history, &c., ULSTER, devastation of, in Elizabeth's

240; on the maxim, “ Property has reign, 206; rebellion in 1641, 211
its duties as well as its rights, 328.

colonisation of, 219.
Smyth, Geo. Lewis, his work on Ire- Union between Britain and Ireland,
land, 239.

232; agitation for repeal of, 236.
Snaght, Slieve, 74–78, 439.

United Irishmen, 226, 230.
Societies, illegal, in Ireland, 224

899.; state of the law in regard to, / VALLENCY'S “ Collectanea," 239.
461.

Verner, Colonel, correspondence with,
Somers, James, 3-5.

296, 310, 312.
Somers, Mrs, 5, 6, 16, 33.

Vetch, Mr, 62, 63, 64.
Spencer, Lord, 179. See Althorp. Victoria, Queen, Ireland under, 237,
Spenser, Edmund, his account of the

Irish statutes of, 460,
Irish, 205, 214, 239.

464.
Spy system in Ireland, 293.

Vignolles, Mr, 348.

243 899. ;

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WAGES, when too low, give a bad re William IV., 117; Mr Drummond's

turn of labour, 357, 369; inade- visit to, at Brighton, 128; Ireland
quacy of, in Ireland, in Mr Drum- in the reign of, 236, 243 ; Irish
mond's time, 365.

statutes, 451, 454, 459, 460
Waræus de Hibernia, &c., 289. Woolmore, Captain, 129, 133 899.
Waterford, county of, 355.

Woolwich, Mr Drummond at, 14, 17,
Wayland, Francis, 313.

18-36, 43; history of the Royal
Wellington, Duke of, 312, 235, 385; Academy at, 37.
his administration, 179.

Woulfe, Stephen, 251, 303; not the
Westmeath, 355.

author of the maxim, " Property has
Wexford, county of, 355.

its duties as well as its rights," 329,
Whigs, their administration in Ire- 332, 334, 335, 338.

land, 1835–39, 243. See Mulgrave.
Whiteboys, an Irish society, 224. YOLLAND, Captain, his account of the
Widgeons, an Irish society, 291. measurement of the base at Lough
William the Conqueror, 196.

Foyle, 85, 88, 90, 92, 93, 98, 99, 104,
William III., Ireland under, 215; 109, 113.

blowing up his statue in Dublin, Young, Arthur, his “ Tour in Ire-
408.

land," 240.

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