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...

W. F. McLaughlin and Bartholomew Graves, 1806

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Mr Hobart presents the petition of the Roman Catholics to
A message from the lord lieutenant
Lord Chancellor virulent against the bishop of KillalaThe
Mr Grattan opposes the convention bill
At first no Catholic officer appointed to the militia
Principles of the Dublin society of United IrishmenMr Grat
Hamilton Rowan makes his escapeA proclamation and
The earl of Westmoreland recalledCause of the change of
hons and their bishops
Mr Grattan presents the Catholic petition
Mr Craydons motion for an inquiry into the expenditure
His excellencys answer to the resolutionHouse adjourned
Resolution carried with an amendmentStatement of the feelings
Mr Keogh reports his reception at St Jamess Address of
Upon the second reading of the Roman Catholic bill the ques
After a long debate the motion rejected by 100 against 25Mr
After a serious debate the motion lost by 180 against 49Defen
The test of the Orange societies as reported The Defenders
The resolutions pass with the only dissenting voice of lord Fitz
The attorney general proposes the bill read a first time and
Mr Pelham against the recommittal and all the treasury bench
French assistance solicited and promised
Animosities are excited between Catholic and ProtestantVir
The house resolves into a committee for the suspension of
Preparations in Brest for an invasion of Ireland Admiral Bou
Mr Arthur OConnors political hypocrisyHe publishes a let

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