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

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1787
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Page 110 - 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 335 - ... the whole case was comprised in this fact, this fact is sufficient to call for your interference: it attacks cultivation in its cradle, and tithes the lowest, the most general, and the most compassionate subsistence of human life: the more severely felt is this, because it is chiefly confined to the south, one of the great regions of poverty. In Connaught, potatoes do not pay tithe; in the north, a moderate modus takes place when they do pay; but in the south they do pay a great tithe; and in...
Page 106 - That this houfe will, upon this day feven" night, refolve itfelf into a committee of the " whole houfe, to take into confideration the duty " of 3d. per pound weight upon tea, payable in all " his majefty's dominions in America, impofed by " the faid a6t ; and alfo the appropriation of the
Page 110 - HOBART (according to order) reported from the Committee of the whole Houfe...
Page 522 - And then the Lord Chancellor declared that it was his Grace the Lord Lieutenant's pleafure that this parliament be prorogued to Tuefday the 24th day of July next ; and the parliament was accordingly prorogued to Tuefday the 24th day of July next.
Page 31 - To his Grace Charles, Duke of Rutland, Lord Lieutenant " General and General Governor of Ireland, the humble " address of the Knights, Citizens and Burgesses, in Pzrr
Page 57 - was in one or two parishes in the county of Kerry; and they proceeded thus. The people assembled in a Catholic chapel, and there took an oath to obey the laws of Captain Right, and to starve the clergy. They then proceeded to the next parishes, on the following Sunday, and there swore the people in the same manner; with this addition, that they (the people last sworn) should on the ensuing Sunday proceed to the chapels of their next neighbouring parishes, and swear the inhabitants...
Page 118 - November 30, it was refolved, that the houfe would the next morning refolve itfelf into a committee of the whole houfe, to confider of ways and means for...
Page 252 - that leave be given to bring in a bill for the...
Page 371 - THE wifdom of the principle which the commons have eftablifhed and perfevered in, under your grace's aufpices, of preventing the further accumulation of national debt, is now powerfully felt throughout the kingdom, in its many beneficial confequences — public credit has gradually rifen to a height unknown for many years — agriculture has brought in new fupplies of wealth — and th?

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