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Fri Mar 21 17:07:33 2014 UTClccn-n840744320.63An answer to the address of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, ex-representative of the city of Dublin in Parliament, to his fellow citizens of Dublin. By Patrick Duigenan, L.L.D. a citizen of Dublin, and one of the representatives of the city of Armagh in Parliament0.780.93Speeches of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan with prefatory observations : the whole comprising a brief review of the most important political events in the history of Ireland22322058Henry_Grattann 840744321170748lccn-no90008516IrelandParliamentHouse of Commonslccn-nr89010706Flood, Henry1732-1791lccn-n88071892Curran, John Philpot1750-1817lccn-n50042571Lecky, William Edward Hartpole1838-1903lccn-n50036577O'Connell, Daniel1775-1847lccn-n79084387Pope, Alexander1688-1744lccn-n85822269Phillips, Charles1787?-1859lccn-n85089618Mathias, Thomas James1754?-1835lccn-n83022127Emmet, Robert1778-1803spklccn-n78096912Swift, Jonathan1667-1745Grattan, Henry1746-1820HistoryPamphletsBiographySourcesMilitary historyIrelandGrattan, Henry,Political scienceTithesGreat BritainIrish Union (1801)Flood, Henry,O'Connell, Daniel,Catholic emancipationPope, Alexander,Irish questionSwift, Jonathan,Speeches, addresses, etc., IrishIreland--DublinFinanceChurch of IrelandPoliticiansInternational relationsIreland.--ParliamentPublic opinionRhetoric--PhilosophyPhenomenologySemioticsTolerationOral communication--PhilosophyTrialsClergyPolitical and social viewsPolitical partiesWhig Club (Dublin, Ireland)Whig Party (Great Britain)Pitt, William,--Earl of Chatham,Ireland.--Parliament.--House of CommonsLegislatorsGeorge--III,--King of Great Britain,Verse satire, EnglishStatesmenQianlong,--Emperor of China,Economic historySocial historyMutinySpeeches, addresses, etcCatholicsArmed ForcesStanding armyPolitical satire, EnglishVerse satirePolitics and literaturePitt, W. M.--(William Morton),Catholic Church1746182017671772177317771779178117821783178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018021805180618071808180918101811181218131815181618171818181918201821182218311832183318341836183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551857185918611862186518671868186918701871187218741875187618781879188018821883188618871888188918931897189819021903191219151917192219311936193719391967196819711973197419771978198019811982198419871992199320002001200520102013131903681148330AC4ocn315390898ocn315389847ocn315047259ocn465087860ocn458138497ocn464726159132374ocn065318315com18000.79Grattan, HenryAn answer to a pamphlet entitled, the speech of the Earl of Clare on the subject of a legislative union between Great Britain and IrelandHistoryPamphlets38114ocn065318098file18000.81Smith, WilliamLetter to Henry Grattan, Esq. M.P.HistoryOn the parliamentary Union of Great Britain and Ireland37018ocn083281635file17880.81Grattan, HenryA full report of the speech, of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan in the House of Commons, on Thursday the 14th of February, 1788, in the debate on tithes. Taken in short hand by Mr. Franklin36332ocn642106017com17810.73Grattan, HenryObservations on the Mutiny Bill with some strictures on Lord Buckinghamshire's administration in IrelandHistoryMilitary historyThe Mutiny Act was an act of Parliament annually passed to punish mutiny and desertion. It was first passed April 12, 168936017ocn083400423file17970.70Grattan, HenryThe Right Honourable Henry Grattan's celebrated address to his fellow-citizens of DublinHistory31537ocn000220794book18200.79Grattan, HenryThe speeches of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan; to which is added his letter on the union. With a commentary on his career and characterHistory2777ocn060730020file18310.84Phillips, CharlesSpeeches of Phillips, Curran, and Grattan, the celebrated Irish orators24933ocn005185784book18320.86Phillips, CharlesIrish 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 treasonHistorySources24421ocn083418773file17880.73Grattan, HenrySpeech of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, relative to tythe, in the Irish House of Commons, on Friday, May 8, 178922319ocn642256487file17880.73Grattan, HenrySpeech of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan relative to tythe, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 14, 1788. With a supplement containing his second speech, on the same subject ; In reply to the Secretary of State20311ocn062829492file17970.84Grattan, HenryPresent 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 Dublin20317ocn065336687file17880.86Grattan, HenrySpeech of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan on the re-agitation on the subject of tithes in the House of Commons, Friday, April 11, 178819623ocn642275278file17970.79Grattan, HenryMr. Grattan's address to his fellow-citizens. Corrected from the original copy16617ocn015441549book18110.93Grattan, HenrySpeeches of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan with prefatory observations : the whole comprising a brief review of the most important political events in the history of IrelandHistory1646ocn509563739file17880.66Grattan, HenrySpeech of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, on the subject of tythe; in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 14, 17881633ocn536135633file17880.70Grattan, HenrySpeech of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, on the re-agitation on the subject of tithes1373ocn015459533book18090.92Curran, John PhilpotSpeeches 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. CurranHistory13412ocn083263518file17910.70Grattan, HenryLetter on the nature and tendency of the Whig Club, and of Irish partyHistory1344ocn065337056file17880.90Grattan, HenrySpeech of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan on the subject of tythe, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 14, 178813410ocn002843261book18220.79Grattan, HenryThe speeches of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, in the Irish, and in the Imperial parliament47028ocn005520598book18610.73Lecky, William Edward HartpoleLeaders of public opinion in IrelandHistoryBiography+-+599115003638723ocn000643183book18710.73Lecky, William Edward HartpoleThe leaders of public opinion in Ireland: Swift--Flood--Grattan--O'ConnellBiography3438ocn000135758book19390.70Gwynn, Stephen LuciusHenry Grattan and his timesBiography34116ocn262538082com17990.66Mathias, Thomas JamesThe shade of Alexander Pope on the banks of the Thames a satirical poem. With notes. Occasioned chiefly, but not wholly, by the residence of Henry Grattan, ex-representative in Parliament for the City of Dublin, at Twickenham, in November, 1798 ...Humor2272ocn018833702book19870.84O'Brien, GerardAnglo-Irish politics in the age of Grattan and Pitt2178ocn642769077com18000.81Mathias, Thomas JamesThe imperial epistle, and the shade of Alexander Pope. By the author of The pursuits of literatureHistoryHumorPoetryAnecdotes2103ocn020492944book19840.84Lanigan, Richard LSemiotic phenomenology of rhetoric : eidetic practice in Henry Grattan's discourse on tolerance1926ocn083349751com17980.73Grattan, HenryMr. Grattan's observations on certain proceedings against him in Dublin in a letter, written by him, addressed to the editor of The courierHistoryPamphletsSources1915ocn065330818com17920.84ClergymanA short account of the affairs of Ireland, during the years 1783, 1784, and part of 1785 in a letterHistory16013ocn004540500book18390.84Grattan, HenryMemoirs of the life and times of the Rt. Hon. Henry GrattanHistoryBiography1384ocn728233292com17980.63Duigenan, PatrickAn answer to the address of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, ex-representative of the city of Dublin in Parliament, to his fellow citizens of Dublin. By Patrick Duigenan, L.L.D. a citizen of Dublin, and one of the representatives of the city of Armagh in Parliament1213ocn060678580book20050.93Mansergh, DannyGrattan's failure : Parliamentary opposition and the people of Ireland 1779-1800HistoryBiography+-+50637016251196ocn065337057com17880.90AuthenticusA defence of the protestant clergy in the south of Ireland in answer to the charges against them contained in the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan's speeches relating to tithes ... with a postscript containing some remarks on his last speech on the re-agitation of tithes1163ocn083391541com17890.73ClergymanStrictures on two late publications of Messrs. Graisberry and Franklin purporting to be "Full and faithful reports of the speech of the Right Hon. Henry Grattan, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, 14th Feb. 1788." With notes. And an appendix: containing observations on the barren-land bill. By a clergyman1015ocn001693289book19120.84Bodkin, M. McDonnellGrattan's parliament, before and afterHistory962ocn186558808com17990.79Burdon, WilliamA vindication of Pope and Grattan from the attack of an anonymous defamer. By W. Burdon925ocn001693313book18890.76Dunlop, RobertLife of Henry GrattanBiography922ocn001840018book19370.66McHugh, Roger JosephHenry Grattan802ocn508045472com17970.73Author of 'A short history of opposition'A second letter to the Right Honorable Mr. Grattan. By the author of "A short history of opposition."772ocn048657002book20010.93McDowell, R. BGrattan : a lifeBiography+-+5063701625Fri Mar 21 15:57:15 EDT 2014batch37112