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LIFE AND TIMES
Rr. Hon. HENRY GRATTAN.
BY HIS SON,
HENRY GRATTAN, ESQ., M.P.
IN FIVE VOLUMES.
HENRY COLBURN, PUBLISHER,
GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET.
Roman Catholic Bill of 1792, proposed by Sir Hercules Langrishe,
supported by Mr. Hobart the secretary-Catholic resolutions-Mr.
Parliamentary Reform - State of representation - History of Irish
boroughs Wm. Ponsonby supports Reform-Mr. Grattan moves
for a committee-Mr, Corry's amendment-Mr. Grattan's resolutions
-Sir John Parnell's carried - Mr. Toler's motion - Stewart (Lord
Castlereagh) speaks in favour of it-Measure lost-Bad effect in Ire-
land - British Corresponding Societies - Artifices of Mr. Dundas
(Lord Melville)-Formation of United Irishmen-Counter associa-
tion by the Duke of Leinster-Parties in Ireland-Disposition of her
governors, and conduct of Lord Clare- French Revolution-Death
of Louis XVI.-War with England-Defenders-Report of Lords'
Committee-Catholics cleared of the charges against them-Procla-
mation by Government-Lord Edward Fitzgerald's speech-Volun-
teers dispersed — Their cannon seized-Arms and Gunpowder Bill-
Sir Simon Butler and Oliver Bond imprisoned by the House of Lords
-Convention Bill-Place, Pension, and Barren Land Bills—The
hereditary revenue yielded by the King-End of Session, 1793—- List