Correspondence of Daniel O'Connell, the Liberator V1 (1888)

Correspondence of Daniel O'Connell, the Liberator V1 (1888)


By (author) Daniel O'Connell, Edited by William J Fitzpatrick

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  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
  • Format: Hardback | 554 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 229mm x 35mm | 980g
  • Publication date: 30 June 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Whitefish MT
  • ISBN 10: 1436572142
  • ISBN 13: 9781436572149
  • Sales rank: 1,790,034

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This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME. CHAPTER XIII. PAGE Fall of the Peel Administration OConnell Master of the Situation The Conference at Lichfield House His Alliance with the Whigs The Tribunes Terms Jeremy Benthams Hint The Three Colonels The second Melbourne Administration Office again offered to OConnell The Attorney-Generalship and The Eolls Mr. Woulfe Sir W. Gossett dismissed from Dublin Castle Bob Daly The Negotiation with Eaphael Bruin at the Head of the Poll Parliamentary Inquiry and Acquittal of OConnell Efforts to unseat and ruin OConnell Terrible Tithe Massacres Anecdotes of William IV. The Ehemish Testament Eev. E. J. MacGhee and Dens Theology. CHAPTER XIV. OConnell the Eeal Prime Minister His Day-dream Billy Murphy Eeconciliation with Lord Cloncurry theHunting-ground OConnell and Euthven unseated for Dublin Death of Euthven A Eefractory Priest Lord Lyndhurst in Blood, Eeligion, and Language The Irish Municipal Bill Lachrymae Hiberniae On Archbishop MacHale The General Association of Ireland Aliens Drummond Under- Secretary for Ireland Hickman Kearney OConnell assails Louis Philippe The Lyons Conspirators invite OConnell to defendthem before theFrenchChamber Dr. Wiseman Leather-lungs Alls Well Seventy-three M.P.s pledged to the Eepeal Crusade against the House of Lords 37 Mr. 1 6 CONTENTS OF CHAPTEE XV. PAGB Freemasonry repudiated Birchs fall Lord Mulgrave Lord Forbes 4 Luke White Saute piquanteThe Ministry tottering The Tithe Bill Apathy OConnell in the City The King sinking A Secret Success of the Tribute Preparations forEenewed Struggle Rally of the Melbourne Ministry Lord Durham His Career and Death Eun on OConnells Bank for Gold Hurrah for the Young Queen Cumberland snubbedBaronetcies to be pressed for - The Queen supports Lord Melbourne A Place for OConnells Son- in-Law The Friends of the Queen Oliver Twist Death of Mrs. OConnell Thomas Drummond The Association dissolved Battle with a Biographer- Conspiracy to rob the Queen of her In- heritance Sheil in office The Dublin Review . . . .82 CHAPTEK XVI. General De Lacy Evans Charge of Perjury Lord Maidstone OConnell lectured by the Speaker Shielded byLord John Eussell Refuses to retract Renewed efforts to unseat OConnell 4 The Coronation Patronage Amusing Mistake OCon- Victory nell refuses the Post of Chief Baron Woulfe appointed Corporate Reform The Duke of Wellington Lord Morpeth Dr. MacHale 4 The Precursor Society Walter Savage Landor A Glowing Picture Peter Purcell The 4 Dove of Elphin The Clash of Crosiers Case of Captain Gleeson Canada compromised He 4 Owes Lord Brougham one and pays it Lord Glenelg Lord Clarendon Feargus OConnor leads 4,000 Chartists against OConnell The Young Circassian Peril of a Tory Restoration imminent Hume deserts Melbourne out -Peel in The Queen re- fuses to part with her Court Melbourne reinstated . . . 130 CHAPTEK XVII...

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