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of words, admitting to seats in Parliament, iv. 333. 336. Copy
of relief bill brought in by Mr. Grattan, iv. 337. Of Mr. Can-
ning's clauses, iv. 345. Mr. Grattan's resolution regarding, in
1816, iv. 391. 396. Mr. Grattan moves for committee in 1817,
iv. 397. 400. 404. Mr. Grattan moves for committee in 1819,

iv. 410. 415. 420. 426.
Rome, ii. 146. iv. 88.
Romilly, Sir Samuel, remarks on Mr. Pitt, iv. 221, 222. 419.
Rosslyn, Lord, iv. 190.
Rutland, Lord Lieutenant, i. 208. ii. 90. Death, ii. 200.

Salary of Lord Lieutenant, encrease of, ii. 277.
Sale of Peerages, ii. 220. 244, 257. Debate on, ii. 280. 286. ij.

145. Of seats in English House of Commons, iv. 172. 174.

176.
Saurin, William, iii. 411, 412., Attorney-General, iv. 261.

Scheldt, iii. 271. Expedition in 1809, iv. 184. 188. 190. 193.
Scotch Clergy, ii. 68.
Scotland, Union of, iv. 251.
Scott, (Attorney-General,) afterwards Lord Clonmell, i. 26.53.119.
Seal, Great, ii. 112.
Seats in Parliament, purchase of, ii. 280. 289.
Secession of Opposition in 1797, iii. 343.
Secret committee of Lords, report of, iii. 402.
Secresy, committee of, in 1797, ïïi. 315.
Selden, Mr., ii. 246.
Settlement, act of, i. 99.
Simple repeal, i. 301. 322.
Shaw, Robert, iv. 407. 427.
Shelburne, Earl of, i. 149.
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, iv. 125. 129. 133. 289.
Sheriff, county Dublin, attachment against, i. 210.
Ship-Money, i. 298.
Sidmouth, Lord, iv. 291.
Smith, William, iii. 308.

Adam, his writings, iii. 83. 86. iv. 369..
Somers, Lord, iii. 391.
Speaker, Pery, speech of, on presenting Money Bills in 1781, 1.97.
In 1783, i. 195. Resignation of, i. 261. Letter of, i. 263.

--, Foster, his speech, i. 262. 289. iii. 173. Conduct on
Union question, in 1799, iii. 344. On Union, in 1800, iii. 406,
407. 426, 427, 428. On the motion that the Union bill be
burned by the hands of the common hangman, iv. 37, 38.

Abbot, amendment rejecting the Catholic bill of 1813,
iv. 334. 337. Letter from the Lord Mayor of Dublin to,
iii. 1. In 1794, iii. 115. Of Lord Fitzwilliam, in 1795, iii. 147.
Of Lord Camden, in 1796, iii. 204. 229. Of Lord Cornwallis,
in 1800, iii. 347. 349. Of Lords Commissioners, in 1807, iv.

iv. 295. From the Princess of Wales to, iv. 352, 353.
Speech from the Throne, by Lord Buckinghamshire, in 1779, i. 20.
22. In 1780, i. 80. Of Lord Carlisle, in 1781, i. 82. 84. Of
the Duke of Portland, in 1782, i. 131. Of Lord Northington,
in 1783, i. 171. Of the Duke of Rutland, in 1785, i. 208. Of
the Marquis of Buckingham, in 1789, ii. 96. 139. Of Lord
Westmoreland, in 1790, ii. 189. In 1792, ii. 340. In 1793,

106. 108.
Spirituous Liquors, ii. 267. 385. 389, 391.
Spirit Intercourse, Irish, iv. 359.
Stanhope, Mr., (son to Lord Harrington) dismissed for attending a

dinner in favour of the Roman Catholics, iv. 277.
Statutes affecting Ireland's rights, i. 105, 106, 107.
Strachan, Sir Richard, i. 188.
Strafford, Earl of, i. 109. 115. ii. 246.326. iii. 338.
Stuart, Robert, (father to Lord Castlereagh) seconds Mr. Grattan's
motion of declaration of Irish rights, i. 53.

- (Lord Castleragh) supports reform, iii. 36. 180. — See
Castlereagh.

House of, ii. 307. iii. 333.
Suffolk, Duke of, impeachment of, i. 287. ii. 335.
Sugar, refined, i. 72. Irish, i. 310.

Taxes, new, refused in 1779, i. 30.
Tea, ii. 303, 304. 318.
Test act, iv. 329.
Thanksgiving, day of, for recovery of free constitution of Ireland,

i. 137.
Tierney, George, iv. 259. 288. 353.
Tithes, ii. 8. 26. 33. 38. 48. 55. 65. 69. 71. 73. 82. 90. 95. 163.

170. 186.
Tithe proctor, ii. 10. 28. Farmer, oppression by, ii. 11. 45. Bill,

ii. 187. iii. 194. 367. iv. 176. 179. 194, 195.
Toler, John, ii. 363. Solicitor-general, iii. 247.
Toleration in foreign countries, iv. 302, 303.
Tories, ii. 283.
Townsend, Lord, administration of, i. 6. Lord Lieutenant, i. 330.
Trade of Ireland, free, i. 20. With the East, i. 238. Between

England and Ireland, iii. 123.
Treaty of Limerick, iii. 45. Of 1782, iii. 47. 407.
Troops, removal of, from Ireland, iii. 200. 203.
Troy, Dr., Catholic bishop, iv. 415.

Ulster Plantation in Ireland, appeal of, to England, i. 38.

--, province of, disarmed, iii. 298.
Union, i. 224. Defeated in 1799, iii. 344. List of voters on, in

1799, iii. 345. In 1800, 374. 394. Proposed, in 1800, iii. 347.
Petition against, from all parts of Ireland, iii. 376. 397. 406.
413. Debate on, iii. 401 - 429. Messages in Parliament on,
iv. 25. Placemen who supported, iv. 5, 6, 7. Debate on, iv.
7. 21. Measures to obtain, iv. 13. The protest against, iv.
25. 37. Act of, iv. 39. 56. Sixth article of, violated, iv. 359.

Mr. Grattan on, iv. 429.
United Irishmen, iii. 27, 28. 340.
University, Dublin, refuses to petition against the Catholics,

iv. 141.
Universities, foreign, the answer to queries on Catholic religion,
iv. 145. Opinions of, on allegiance to Protestant sovereigns,

iv. 198. 305.
Vandeleur, John Ormsby, ii. 297. 311, 312. On absentee tax,

iii. 292.
Vattel, i. 115.
Veto on nomination of Roman Catholic bishops, iv. 181. 211. 254.

398.
Vienna, treaty of, iv. 384.
Volunteer associations, i. 27.
Volunteers of Ireland, thanks to, by Parliament, for their public

conduct, i. 25. 85. 174. Proceedings of, i. 73. 117. 129. 212.

217, 218, 219. 308, iii. 29. 100. iv. 91. Of England, iv. 90.
Walcheren Expedition, iv. 184. 188. 193.
Wales, (see Prince of )
Wales, Princess Caroline, letters to the Speaker, and the Queen

and Prince Regent, iv. 352, 353, 354. 356. Her debts and

allowance, iv. 357, 358.
War in 1794, iii. 117. 120.
Ward, Mr., ii. 195.

John William, motion as to Catholics, iv. 232.
Warren, Alderman, ii. 258, 259.
Waterford election, ii. 148.
Webber, Mr., on the Catholics, iv. 402.
Wellesley, Sir Arthur, iv. 119.
Wellington, Duke of, iv. 100. 119. 138. 375.
Westmoreland, (Lord Lieutenant) motion of censure on, iii. 198,

199. His government, iii. 237,
Whig Club, ij. 225.

northern, iii. 428.
White Boys, ii. 6. 49, 50.
William Ili, iv. 241.
Windham, William, iv. 419.
Window tax, iv. 405. 428.
Whiskey, ii. 270.
Whitbread, Samuel, comment on Mr. Plunket, on Catholic ques-

tion, iv. 162. Motion regarding America, iv. 163. On Prin-

cess of Wales, iv. 352. War with Buonaparte, iv. 372.
Woodward, Dr., ii. 14.
Wolfe, Attorney-general, ii. 289. iii. 22. Introduces insurrec-

tion bill, iii. 209.

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Yelverton, Walter, i. 49. 57. Attorney-general, i. 192. Act in-

troduced by, i. 260. Opinion on simple repeal. i. 326. ii. 293.

297. Chief Baron, iii. 321.- See Avonmore, Lord.
Yeomanry, iii. 278.

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