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7.-The Approbation given by the Irish Prelates to Sir
John Cox Hippisley's Speech, and their earnest
request to him that he would print it 139
8.-1. The Proposal of the Veto, in the House of Com-
mons, by Mr. Ponsonby ;—2. And in the House
of Lords, by-Lord Grenville, at the suggestion of
9.-Continued adherence of the Irish Prelates to their
Resolution in 1799, until their Meeting in Sep-
10.- The Opposition in Ireland to the Veto 154
11.-Dr. Milner's Advocation of the Veto, in a Pamphlet
intituled, “ A Letter to a Parish Priest” 155
14 September 1808.
12.–The Declaration of the Irish Prelates, that the Veto
was inexpedient.--The Explanation given by the
Primate O'Reilly of that Declaration 161
21 February 1818.
22.- The Pope's Reply
CH AP. XCII.
CH AP. XCV.