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Grattan, Henry
Henry Grattan (irischer Politiker)
Henry Grattan (Irish politician in Irish and UK parliaments)
Henry Grattan (politicien irlandais)
Henry Grattan (politicus uit Ierland (1746-1820))
Граттан, Генри
הנרי גרטן
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1746-1820
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Catholic Society (Dublin, Ireland)
Curran, John Philpot (1750-1817)
Emmet, Robert (1778-1803)
Erskine, Thomas Erskine Baron, 1750-1823
Grattan, Henrietta
Ireland. Parliament. House of Commons
McKenna, Theobald (17..-1808)
Member of the bar
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Phillips, Charles (1787?-1859)
Smith, William Cusack (1766-1836; Sir))
Titles: 
answer, to a pamphlet entitled, the Speech [Feb. 10, 1800] of the Earl of Clare, An : on the subject of a legislative union, between Great Britain and Ireland. By Henry Grattan, Esq.
Baratariana a select collection of fugitive political pieces, published during the administration of Lord Townshend in Ireland.
beauties of Grattan, consisting of selections from his works, The
beauties of the principal speeches of H. Grattan, The : with a memoir of his life.
Castletown, Lord Bernard Edward Barnaby FitzPatrick, Papers
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
correct report of the proceedings at the election ..., A
Henry Grattan pamphlet collection, 1747-1805., The
III. Correpondence
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 from Henry Grattan (1746-1820) to his son Henry
Letter from Henry Parnell, later 1st Baron Congleton, to Henry Grattan re availability of Parliamentary seats and clause sent by Parnell for inclusion in General Pay Bill
Letter on the nature and tendency of the Whig Club, and of Irish party.
[Letter] Sir, Ireland has lost her patriot, you have lost your representative ...
Mr. Grattan's address to his fellow-citizens
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.
Observations on the Mutiny Bill : with some strictures on Lord Buckinghamshire's administration in Ireland.
Proceedings. 1798-02-14
Report of the speech of John Leslie Foster, Esq. on Mr. Grattan's motion
Right Honourable Henry Grattan's celebrated address to his fellow-citizens of Dublin.
Semiotic phenomenology of rhetoric, 1984:
speech of Charles C. Western, Esq. M.P. for the County of Essex, upon his motion for a more frequent delivery of the gaols, 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 Mr. Grattan, in the House of Commons, on the Catholic question, with an appendix; also, his speech on the reform, The
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 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 the Right Honourable Henry Grattan, in the Irish, and in the Imperial parliament., The
warning protest of an Irish Catholic against every interference, change, or arrangement in the dicipline and constiution of the Roman Church of Ireland as a compromise or barter for catholic emancipation respectfully addressed to the members of the Houses of parliament, The : to which is addeda correct copy of the bill lately brought into parliament by
Works by Henry Grattan, Theobald M'Kenna and James Warren Doyle
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