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Grattan, Henry
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1746-1820
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Catholic Society (Dublin, Ireland)
Curran, John Philpot (1750-1817)
Doyle, James Warren (1786-1834)
Emmet, Robert (1778-1803)
Ireland. Parliament. House of Commons
Lee, Nicholas
McKenna, Theobald (17..-1808)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Phillips, Charles (1787?-1859)
Smith, William (1766-1836)
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Address [of] the Catholics of the city of Dublin, to the Right Honorable Henry Grattan, presented by the gentlemen appointed for that purpose at the meeting in Francis-Street Chapel, February the 27th, 1795
answer, to a pamphlet entitled, The speech of the Earl of Clare, on the subject of a legislative union, between Great Britain and Ireland. By Henry Grattan, Esq, An
answer to a pamphlet, entitled The speech of the Earl of Clare, on the subject of the legislative union between Great Britain and Ireland, An
beauties of Grattan, consisting of selections from his works, The
Catholic address to Mr. Grattan, with his answer. The following address of the Catholics of Dublin, was presented to Mr. Grattan by the gentlemen appointed for that purpose at the meeting in Francis-street, on the 27th February last
Catholic question in Ireland, 1762-1829., The
defence of the protestant clergy in the south of Ireland, in answer to the charges against them, A : contained in the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan's speeches relating to tithes, as they are printed, and said to have been delivered in the House of Commons, on Thursday the 14th, and Tuesday the 19th of February, 1788 : with a postscript containing some remarks on his last speech on the re-agitation of tithes, delivered the 11th of April, 1788
Grattan's letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin : carefully corrected from the original.
Irish eloquence. The speches of the celebrated Irish orators, Philips, Curran and Grattan, to which is added the powerful appeal of Robert Emmett, at the close of his trial for high treason.
Irish eloquence : the speeches of the celebrated Irish orators Philips, Curran, and Grattan : to which is added the powerful appeal of Robert Emmett, at the close of his trial for high treason
Letter on the nature and tendency of the Whig Club, and of Irish party
Letter to Henry Grattan, Esq. M.P. ...
Memoirs of the life and times of Henry Grattan
Miscellaneous works of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan.
Mr. Grattan's address to his constituents, the citizens of Dublin, on his determination to retire from the Parliament of Ireland.
Mr. Grattan's address to his fellow-citizens of Dublin
Mr. Grattan's celebrated speech on the motion of Mr. Fox, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, May 14, 1805, for the Irish Catholics, in reply to Mr. Duigenan.
Mr. Grattan's letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin. Carefully corrected from the original
Mr. Grattan's observations on certain proceedings against him in Dublin in a letter, written by him, addressed to the editor of The courier.
Mr. Grattan's speech in the House of Commons of Ireland, on Thursday the 19th January, 1792, on the address to the king To which is added, the speech delivered by the Lord lieutenant to both Houses of Parliament, and the address.
Mr. Grattans speech in the House of Commons of Ireland on Thursday the 19th January 1792, ... to which is added, the speech delivered by the Lord Lieutenant to both Houses of Parliament and the adress.
Observations on the mutiny bill: with some strictures on Lord Buckinghamshire's administration in Ireland
Present state of Ireland! : Mr. Grattan's address to his fellow-citizens of Dublin, on his retiring from Parliament, to which is added, his answer to the independent citizens of Dublin.
Report of the debate in the House of Commons of Ireland. -
Right Honourable Henry Grattan's celebrated address to his fellow-citizens of Dublin, The
Right Honourable Henry Grattan's celebrated address to his fellow-citizens. To which is prefixed a preface, with his character, as drawn by an eminent writer., The
Semiotic phenomenology of rhetoric, 1984:
speech (at length) of the Honourable Henry Grattan, in the Irish House of Commons, against the union with Great Britain, The
speech of Henry Grattan, Esq., on the address to His Majesty, at the opening of the Irish Parliament, 1792. With an appendix, containing the public papers and resolutions of the United Irish, the committee of delegates for the Roman Catholics, &c., The
speech of Henry Grattan, Esq. on the subject of a legislative union with Great Britain, The : the resolutions of the Roman Catholics of the City of Dublin, the guild of merchants, the freemen and freeholders of the City of Dublin, at an aggregate meeting held on the 16th of January last : the celebrated speech delivered on that occasion by John Philpot Curran, Esq. : and the resolutions of the County of Dublin, &c. &c.
Speech of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan, relative to tythe, in the House of Commons, on Friday, May 8, 1789
Speech of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan On the subject of tythe, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 14, 1788. Taken on the spot-and faithfully reported.
Speech of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, relative to tythe, in the Irish House of Commons, on Friday, May 8, 1789
Speech of the Right Honourable John, Earl of Clare, Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, in the House of Lords of Ireland, on a motion made by him on Monday, February 10, 1800
Speech of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan on the re-agitation on the subject of tithes in the House of Commons, Friday, April 11, 1788
Speeches of H. Grattan in the Irish and in the imperial Parliament. -, The
Speeches of Hen. Grattan in the Irish and in the Imperial Parliament, The : 1778-1819
Speeches of John Philpot Curran, esq., with the speeches of Grattan, Erskine and Burke. To which is prefixed, A brief sketch of the history of Ireland, and also a biographical account of Mr. Curran.
Speeches of Phillips, Curran, and Grattan, the celebrated Irish orators
speeches of the celebrated Irish orators Philips, Curran and Grattan
speeches of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, in the Irish, and in the Imperial parliament., The
Works by Henry Grattan, Theobald M'Kenna and James Warren Doyle
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