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Objected to in that part which concerned the government of Ire-
land by Mr. Grattan-Speech of Mr. Grattan . ib.
After a violent debate petition is rejected—The Roman Catholic
70 . . . . . - 30
His explanation of his censure of the attorney-general's proposi-
house ; 53 against 24-The speaker's speech upon presenting
the money bills -
A declaration of the tenets and principles of the Catholics-A plan
None of the clubs admit any Catholics
Other resolutions of the sub-committee of Catholics-Catholic
delegates from every part of the kingdom meet in Taylor's-
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lumnies, and thank the friends of their cause-A national
An assembly of the national guard prevented by a proclamation
of government–The growth of defenderism-Old animosities
same description, called Scots - . . ib.
The Catholics petition his majesty—The delegates for presenting
the petition-well received in Belfast- Present the petition at
- . ib.
Mr. Grattan proposes an amendment -
Mr. Grattan's amendment passes without a division-Mr. W,
B. Ponsonby 'moves for a parliamentary reform--Supported
Mr. Grattan moves for a committee to inquire into the abuses of
amendment which passesMr. Forbes moves for an alien bill,
Mr. Hobart presents the petition of the Roman Catholics to the
house - - - - - - - iba
Moves for leave to bring in a bill for further relief, &c. Leave
granted with only two dissenting voices . . 69
tan moves for an address for the reform of parliament i b,
Precautions for securing the established church and state, the bill
committed Mr. Grattan always the sincere friend of the Ca.
Mr. George Knox moves, that a clause be admitted in the com-
mittee empowering Catholics to sit in parliameni-Seconded
Explanation of a place bill as proposed-Reform of parliament
lost by the people—A list of boroughs and their proprietors.
The corporation of Dublin uppose the admission of Catholics
into the guilds The Catholics calumniated-tiesolutions of
the Catholicis of Wexford, note - - ib.
The rev. Mr. Butler's character–The militia men considered
by the peasantry as the green linnets-Some Protestant gen-
Attor for a libel, &c.
Attorney general files an information against A. Hamilton Row-
the ceneral issue
Creation of a third secretary of state for the duke of Portland,
Catholic emancipation adopted by the British cabinet upon the
acceptance of the duke of Portland of a place in the cabinet-
Lord Fitzwilliam goes to Ireland with full powers-Assertion of
lord Westmoreland on the faith of Mr. Pitt . ib.