Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh Second Marquess of Londonderry Concessions to Catholics and dissenters Emmett s insurrection

Robert Stewart Castlereagh (Viscount) Charles William Vane Marquis of Londonderry ... On On this question , a line has been drawn from which he cannot depart , nor can Earl Spencer be surprised that such should be his Majesty's feelings ...

Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh  Second Marquess of Londonderry  Concessions to Catholics and dissenters  Emmett s insurrection


Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh Second Marquess of Londonderry v 9 12 Military and diplomatic

Robert Stewart Castlereagh (Viscount) Charles William Vane Marquis of Londonderry ... The half customs on colonial goods , if any now remains not drawn back on export , and the one - third on foreign articles ...

Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh  Second Marquess of Londonderry  v  9 12  Military and diplomatic


The Irish nation its history and its biography by J and F Wills

The marquess anxiously awaited the vessel which the council had agreed to send after him with bread and ammunition , but of ... The soldiers of the marquess were drawn up in battle array on the slope of a rising ground , with the six ...

The Irish nation  its history and its biography  by J  and F  Wills


The Irish Nation

The marquess anxiously awaited the vessel which the council had agreed to send after him with bread and ammunition ... The soldiers of the marquess were drawn up in battle array on the slope of a rising ground , with the six pieces of ...

The Irish Nation


Memoir and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh second Marquess of Londonderry Edited by his brother C W Vane Marquis of Londonderry

Robert STEWART (2nd Marquis of Londonderry.) ... Though you probably will not have time to read it , I send you the statement of this Government on the Bouillon subject : it is drawn and not ill - drawn up by a lawyer of some eminence ...

Memoir and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh  second Marquess of Londonderry  Edited by his brother  C  W  Vane  Marquis of Londonderry


The Parliamentary Debates Authorized Edition

This Re- attention has been drawn to the numeport contains , among other things , sta- rous complaints in the ... He would flicted for particular forms of offences , refer the noble Marquess particularly nor does it show the death ...

The Parliamentary Debates  Authorized Edition


The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time

He trusted draw any inference from any writings that his plan would not prove inconvenient which the society bad put ... he The Marquess of Lansdowne said , that found an answer to that suggestion in the hie must repeat the observations ...

The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time


The Parliamentary Debates

The MARQUESS of LANSDOWNE re- perfidiously and unaccountably taken , and plied , that our mediation had been asked thereby brought upon himself defeat and ruin . for by Austria in May last . He did not He wished now to speak with ...

The Parliamentary Debates


Collection of Voyages and Travels

The chief ingredient is Sena . pointed by Charles V. He hath a horse- twenty days the cure is perfected , and guard of Germans , who ride in the city he never fails . with their swords drawn . Marquess Vi- That Fonseca the pope's ...

Collection of Voyages and Travels


The Oriental Herald

He alluded to a paper declared the amendment to be negatived . drawn up by the Marquess of Hastings , Mr. Hume demanded a ballut , which containing an exposé of the principal was appointed for Friday se'ennight . events of the ...

The Oriental Herald


Hansard s Parliamentary Debates

THE MARQUESS OF CLANRICARDE LORD REDESDALE said , that it asked the noble and learned Lord whe- would be ... he could not but say ships certain statements made with rethe Bill was drawn up in that careless ference to the new Juries Act ...

Hansard s Parliamentary Debates


Parliamentary Debates

... of the causes which had led to the juris , and Parliament had a right to call noble Marquess's change of opinion . ... Tbat a line must be drawn some- circumstances under which the Lord - lieuwhere was obvious , because it would be ...

Parliamentary Debates


Athenae Oxonienses

So that whereas this most gene- chanced to use the word must ; which his father , the “ rous marquis had been the king's richest subject marquess , laying hold on ... I pray let them ( said the behind the king holding a drawn sword .

Athenae Oxonienses


The Gentleman s Magazine and Historical Review

His Royal Highness PRINCE ALBERT , in a carriage drawn by six horses ; attended by the Marquess of Exeter , K.G. Lord Chamberlain of H.M. Household , and by the Marquess of Abercorn , K.G. Groom of the Stole to His Royal Highness .

The Gentleman s Magazine and Historical Review


The Gentleman s Magazine and Historical Chronicle for the Year

A copy drawn Marquess of Berkeley , of the lands that by Isaac Johnson of Woodbridge is also came to them by inheritance , by right of now before me , taken “ From a MS . their descent , from the coheirs of Mow- copy , formerly in the ...

The Gentleman s Magazine  and Historical Chronicle  for the Year


The Mirror of Literature Amusement and Instruction

Conveying two Ladies of the Bedchamber , the Countess of Charlemont , Marchioness of Tavistock ; and two Lords iu Waiting , the Earl of Fingal , Marquess of Headfort . Three Grooms walking . Twelfth Carriage , drawn by six blacks .

The Mirror of Literature  Amusement  and Instruction

Containing original essays; historical narratives, biographical memoirs, sketches of society, topographical descriptions, novels and tales, anecdotes, select extracts from new and expensive works, the spirit of the public journals, discoveries in the arts and sciences, useful domestic hints, etc. etc. etc.

The Eclectic Review

Mr. Paull now brought forward hischarges against the marquess , in the House of Commons , grounded upon his Indian measures , with regard to Oude , -a course followed up subsequently by Lord Folkestone .

The Eclectic Review


The Parliamentary Debates

As the noble proposed to repeal , as ultimately drawn Marquess calls it a detail , I am prepared was carried in the House of Commons by not to divide against the Bill at the a majority of more than two to one . If present stage .

The Parliamentary Debates


The English Reports Chancery including collateral reports 1557 1865

on the part of the Marquess of Abercorn , beyond the covenants to suffer a recovery of the Irish estates , and to ... and had never drawn a settlement , and therefore that he could not be responsible for the correctness of any such ...

The English Reports  Chancery  including collateral reports   1557 1865