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1795.

May 13. Sir Laurence Parsons proposes a Resolution,

censuring the Conduct of Lord Westmore-

land for withdrawing the Troops from the

Defence of the Kingdom ....

198

1796.

Jan. 21. Mr. Grattan moves an Amendment to the Ad-

dress to His Majesty on the Meeting of

Parliament...

204

Feb. 3. Mr. Grattan moves that the Judges should at-

tend the House on the Motion of the At.

torney-General, to bring in two Bills to pre-

serve the Public Peace, and to indemnify

Persons for having acted against Law

209

15. Mr. Grattan's Motion on the Channel Trade 212

22. Mr. Grattan moves an mendment to the Reso-

lutions proposed by the Attorney General in

consequence of the Disturbed State of the

Country ......

218

29. Mr. Grattan moves the Recommittal of the In-

surrection Bill

225

Oct. 13. * Mr. Grattan moves an Amendment to the Ad-

dress in Answer to the Speech from the

Throne on the Meeting of Parliament........ 231

* Mr. Grattan's reply................

240

14. Mr. G. Ponsonby opposes the Suspension of the

Habeas Corpus Act

246

17. * Mr. Grattan moves a Resolution respecting the

Admissibility of Roman Catholics to seats

in Parliament

251

* His Reply

260

1797.

Jan. 17. Mr. Grattan moves an Amendment to the Ad.

dress in Answer to the Message from the

Lord Lieutenant respecting the failure of the

Invasion by the French......

265

* His Reply

272

25. * Mr. Grattan's Defence of the Opposition 280

Feb.

22. Sir John Blaquiere proposes to raise an addi-

tional force of 10,000 Men, and to defray the

Expence by a Window Tax

283

24. Sir Laurence Parsons proposes an Address to

the Lord Lieutenant, requesting him to adopt

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1797.

Measures to raise 50,000 Yeomen for the

Internal Defence of Ireland

287

Feb. 27. Mr. Ponsonby moves to censure Ministers for

their Neglect of the Defence of the Country

on the late threatened Invasion

289

28. Mr. Vandeleur proposes an Absentee Tax 292

March 20. * Mr. Grattan moves an Amendment to the Ad.

dress from the Lord Lieutenant, conveying

General Lake's Proclamation, Disarming the

Province of Ulster

296

Mr. Grattan's reply ...

309

24. Mr. George Ponsonby moves for the Repeal of

the Insurrection Act

314

April 29. Mr. Pelham moves that the Treasonable Papers

laid before the House by Order of the Lord

Lieutenant, be referred to a Secret Com-

mittee

316

May 3. * Doctor Duigenan's Motion to read at the Bar

of the House Mr. Fox's Speech in the

British House of Commons on the State of

Ireland

317

15. * Mr. W. B. Ponsonby proposes his Resolutions

on Parliamentary Reform

332

Secession of the Opposition

343

1799.

Jan.22& 24. Names of the Members who composed the

Majority that voted against the Union, when

proposed in 1799 ........

345

Names of the Minority who voted for it

346

1800.

Jan. 15. * Sir Laurence Parsons moves an Amendment to

the Address on the opening of Parliament, ex-

pressive of the Determination to support the

Free Constitution of Ireland, as established

in 1782 ...

352

Names of the Members who composed the Mi.

nority against the Union in 1800

373

Names of the Majority in favour of the Union 374

Feb. 5. Message from the Lord Lieutenant (Cornwallis)

recommending a Union ......

376

* Lord Castlereagh proposes his Resolutions in

favour of a Union between Great Britain and

Ireland

378

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