Substance of the Speech of the Right Honourable Henry Addington, Speaker of the House of Commons, on the 12. Febuary 1799, in the Committee of the Whole House, to Whom His Majesty's Most Gracious Message of the 22d January, Relative to an Union Between Great Britain and Ireland, was Referred
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acknowledge admitted adopted advantages afforded againſt alſo ariſing authority beſt body Britain Britiſh called Catholics circumſtances Committee condition conduct confideration connexion conſequences conſidered convinced Crown danger diſpoſed EDITION effect Emancipation empire England eſtabliſhed evil exerciſed feelings firſt Foſter founded fully give Government ground Honourable Friend hope Houſe of Commons immediate importance inclined incorporate independence influence intereſts Ireland Iriſh irritation King kingdom land lead leaſt legiſlative Union Legiſlatures Lord means meaſure ment mind moſt muſt objections obvious occafioned opinion Parliament Parliament of Ireland period perſon Popery laws poſſible preſent Price proceedings produce propoſed Proteſtants prove purpoſe queſtion referred repeal Reſolution reſpect Roman ſaid ſame ſecurity ſentiments ſeparate ſhould ſome Speaker SPEECH ſtate ſubject SUBSTANCE ſuch ſuppoſed tend theſe thoſe thought tions took tranquillity true truſted Union United utmoſt views whole whoſe wiſh