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 first of January 1801... (Google eBook)

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Printed and published by W. F. McLaughlin and Bartholomew Graves, 1806 - Great Britain
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Contents

Other resolutions of the subcommittee of CatholicsCatholic
47
The declaration of the Society of PeaceThe Catholic delegates
51
The report of the committee of the lords continuedAdmoni
60
Mr Grattans amendment passes without a divisionMr
64
Opposed by the chancellor of the exchequerHouse resolves
71
Mr George Knox moves that a clause be admitted in the com
77
The gunpowder bill and convention billThe gunpowder bill
86
The lord lieutenants speech upon the closing of the session
92
The rev Mr Butler waylaid and murderedThe meeting
98
The Catholic bishops address to the king
138
The answers to the addresses
103
Attorney general files an information against A Hamilton Row
105
The Defenders White Boys and United Irishmen divided in
204
Hamilton Rowan makes his escapeA proclamation and
117
The lord lieutenants observations upon Mr Beresford and
129
Address voted without a divisionMr Connolly moves for
138
Mr Pitt and the duke of Portlands correspondence with earl
144
Sir Lawrence Parsonss speech reprobating the English cabinetj
151
Resolutions and petition of the Catholics of Dublin
157
Mr Keogh reports his reception at St JamessAddress of
163
After a violent debate the motion lost by 158 against 48Mr
169
Sir Lawrence Parsons moves a resolution impeaching in some
175
Opposed by Mr Pitt and his partySupported by Messrs Gray
1
After a serious debate the motion lost by 180 against 49Defen
180
The test of the Orange societies as reportedThe Defenders
186
Attorney general proposes the bringing in two bills the object
192
A further examination of the resolutions by Mr Grattan
198
The attorney general proposes the bill read a first time and
200

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Page 8 - I do declare, that I do not believe that the Pope of Rome, or any other foreign prince, prelate, person, state, or potentate, hath or ought to have any temporal or civil jurisdiction, power, superiority or pre-eminence, directly or indirectly, within this realm.
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