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Clare, John Fitzgibbon
Clare, John FitzGibbon (comte de)
Clare, John Fitzgibbon (Earl of)
Clare, John Fitzgibbon of
Fitz-Gibbons, John
Fitzgibbon, John
FitzGibbon, John (comte de Clare)
Fitzgibbon, John (Earl of Clare)
Fitzgibbon, John Fitzgibbon
Fitzgibbon, John Fitzgibbon (Baron)
Fitzgibbon, John of Clare
Gibbons, John Fitz-
John FitzGibbon
John FitzGibbon 1. hrabia Clare
John FitzGibbon, 1st Earl of Clare (Irish politician)
Paddy Whack
Whack, Paddy (Pseudonym)
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Fleming, D. A.
Grattan, Henry (1746-1820)
Ireland. Parliament. House of Lords
Malcomson, A. P. W.
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Oriel, John Foster Baron, 1740-1828
Tandy, James Napper (1740-1803)
Trant, Dominick
Troy, John Thomas (1739-1823)
Windham, William (1750-1810)
answer to a pamphlet, entitled, The speech of the Earl of Clare on the subject of a legislative union between Great Britain and Ireland, An
Copies of marriage settlement of Dominick Trant and Eleanor FitzGibbon, the parties being: (1): Dominick Trant of Dunkettle, Co. Cork; (2): John FitzGibbon the younger barrister and Thomas Rice barrister, both of Dublin; (3): John FitzGibbon the elder of Dublin and Eleanor his daughter
justly admired speech of the Attorney-General of Ireland, delivered in the House of Commons, on Monday, August 15, 1785., The
Letters and papers of John Fitzgibbon, Earl of Clare, 1772-1802
No union! but unite and fall. By Paddy Whack, of Dyott-street, London; in a loving letter to his dear mother, Sheelah, of Dame-street, Dublin.
Papers of the of the Earls of Kildare and Dukes of Leinster
Speech of the right honourable john, earl of clare ... in the house of lords of ireland on a motion made by the earl of moira ... february 19, 1798, "that an humble address be presented to his excellency the lord lieutenant to state that as parliament had confided to his excellency extraordinary powers in order to support the laws and defeat traiterous combinations in this country, we feel it our duty, as those powers have not produced the desired effect, to recommend the adoption of such conciliatory measures as may allay apprehensions and discontent"
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 the Earl of Moira, Monday, February 19, 1798, The
Speech of the Right Honourable John Lord Baron Fitzgibbon, .. March 13, 1793
Substance of the speech of the Rt. Hon. Lord Fitzgibbon, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, on the 10th January, 1793, respecting the Catholic delegates, and the popery laws of Ireland.
Verses addressed to the Queen : with a New Year's gift of Irish manufacture