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...

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W. F. McLaughlin and Bartholomew Graves, 1806 - Ireland
 

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Contents

Massacre of a party of the Defenders near PetersvillePolitical
53
Mr Grattan withdraws the amendmentNext day he moves
63
Lord Chancellor virulent against the bishop of Killala
78
Thi gunpowder bill and convention billThe gunpowder bill
86
The claims of the Catholics
93
Defenders become a desperate and atrocious gang
95
The Catholic bishops address to the king
102
Mr W B Ponsonby presented his bill for amending the repre
109
The Defenders White Boys and United Irishmen divided in
116
The earl of Westmoreland recalledCause of the change of
123
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 cabinet
151
Resolution carried with an amendmentStatement of the feelings
157
Mr Keogh reports his reception at St JamessAddress of
163
After a violent debate the motion lost by 158 against 48Mr
169
After a serious debate the motion lost by 180 against 49 Defen
172
The address
176
The chancellor and the Beresford family obnoxious to the peo
182
Defeat of the Defenders at the village of Diamond in the county
188
The resolutions pass with the only dissenting voice of lord Fitz
194
The attorney general proposes the bill read a first time and
200
Mr Pelham against the recommittal and all the treasury bench
208
French assistance solicited and promised
215
Formation of corps of armed yeomanryObservations upon these
220
pation
224
Mr Archdal justifies the Armagh magistratesMessrs Grat
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