The Parliamentary register: or, History of the proceedings and debates of the House of commons of Ireland

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1790
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Page 148 - Refolutions which they had directed him to report to the Houfe } which he read in his Place, and afterwards delivered in at the Clerk's Table, where the fame were read, and are as follow, viz.
Page 2 - It will ever be my wifh, as it is my duty, to promote the mutual confidence of both kingdoms, and the uniting them in fentiments...
Page 2 - Majesty delivered the following speech from the throne : — " MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN, " It is with great satisfaction that I meet you in parliament, and that I am enabled, in the present conjuncture, to recur to your advice.
Page 203 - Dublin, the resolutions which he read in his place and after delivered in at the table, where the same were read, and...
Page 124 - Some spirited and patriotic members standing up to oppose this measure, it was defended on the ground of being an experiment, and that it would continue only for three years, but was in the year following made perpetual. Let us mark the consequences.
Page 130 - To his Grace, CHARLES, Duke of RUTLAND, Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland. The Humble Addrefs of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament aflembled.
Page 4 - Committee had directed him to report to the Houfe ; which he read in his place, and afterwards delivered in at the table, where the fame were read, and agreed to by the Houfe, and are as followeth, viz.
Page 3 - I recommend likewife to your attention the propofals adopted by Government for providing an afylum for the diftrefled Genevans. It well becomes the generofity of the people of Ireland to extend their protection to ingenious and induftrious men, who may prove a valuable acquifition to this country, which they have preferred to their own. But in forming this eftablifhment...
Page 122 - This meafure has not been brought forward irregularly— it is grounded on the report of a committee, and the petitions of the people. ' I confefs, Sir, I am ftrongly bialled in its favour.
Page 127 - ... cause. National characteristics are always unjust, as there never was a country that has not produced both good and bad.

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