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New Ministerial arrangements-Mr. Pitt's rivalry with Napon
leon-Karliamentary proceedings under Mr. Pitt-Lamentable
state of Ireland Mr. Justice Fox charged by Lord Abercorn
More of Judge Fox's case-Lord Abersorn's influence in Tyrone.

-Mr. Pitt's loss of influence & prerogation of Parliament
King goes to Weymouth-Internal state of the county Mr.
Foster sworn in Chan. of the Exchequer-Internal effects of Mr.
Pitt's continental and home politics Ministers encourage the
coolness between the King and Prince-Means of damping the
Catholics expectations Proceedings of the Catholics-Lord Sid.
mouth's influence upon the King-Op:ning of Parliament
King's speech-Proceedings in Parliament on Irish affairs
Resolutions of the Catholic meeting Applications against the
Catholic petition-Mr. Giffard's opposition to the Catholic petic
tion--Mr. Giffard's dismissal from office-Conference of the Çae
tholic deputies with Mr. PittMr. Pitt's arsiver- Continuance
of conference Elose of the conference, and Mr. Pit's ultimatım
Catholie deputies apply to Lord Grenvill: and Mr. Fox-Catho
Lis petition presented by Lord Grenville to the Lords, and Mri
Fox to the Commons-Lord Abercorn against Judge Fox-C 88
of Judge Johnson=-Effects of Juverna's letters-Acts of Geo. II,
between county and county-The 13t12 & 14 Gen 1ļi, respect
ing Scotland-Strange construction of he 44th of Geo Ill.
Proceedings againn J. Johnson-J. Johnson's case brought ocfore
the House of Commons–Judge Johnson petitions the Lords -
Motions in the Commoes respecting state prisoners-Iridi Eud.

get and financial arrangements-Recruiting from the Irish Mi-
litia+Petitions against the Gatholic Question-Lord Grenville
introduces the petition-His speech-Those of Lord Hawkesbury
Duke of Cumberland Earl Spencer Viscount Sidmouth-Lord
Mulgrave- Lord Holland - Lord Cambden and Bishop of Dur-
ham-Lord Redesdale- Earl of Limerick- Earl of Suffolk
Earl of Buckinghamshire- Lord Carlton- Lord Hutchinson

Lord Redesdale--Earl of Ormond--Lord Borrington-
Archbishop of Canterbury Earl of Albemarle - Lord Chan-
cellor Eldon-Duke of Norfolk-Bishop of St. Asaph--Lord
Ellenborough-Earl Westmoreland-Earl Moira- Earl Darnley
Lord Auckland-Lord King and Lord Bolton-Division against
the motion-Mr. Fox opens the debate in the Commons with a
luminous & brilliant speech- T'he answer of Dr. Duigenan--
Mr. Grattan replies to Dr. Duigenan Mr. Perceval.
Mr. Alexander-

m Mr. Wm. Smith Mr. Lee -
Sir Wm. Scott-Dr LaurenceMr. Foster Mr. George
Ponsonby-Mr. Pitt speaks evafively M r. Wyndham-
--Sir John Newport--Mr. M. Fitzgerald -Col. Atchdall
--Mr Dillon -Mr. Shaw-Mr. 'H. Addington-Mr. John La-
touche Sir J. Čox Hipposley-Lord De Blaquiere Mr.
C. H 'Hitchinson, Mr. Hawthorn and Sir W. Dolben-Mr.
Fox' admirable reply ---Division- Renewed prosecution a.
gainst Judge Fox-Deta:led statement of the case of Judge Fox.'
Characteristic symptoms of the Pitt system- Judge Fox goes to
England to obtain grounds for his defence - Unconftitutional
prosecution of Judge Fox on the first chargé-Second article of
charge-Third charge — Fourth charge-Fifth charge - Śixth
charge-Seventh charge-Eighth charge, viz. of Mr. Hart-Cases
of Mč. Dowgal and Dohson-Dissent of the Jury-Misconduct
of M”. Hart-Singular conduct of Mr. Hart-Mr. Hart acquit-
ed by Donegal Grand Juries-Charge of partial, nilling Grand
Jury presențments-Laff charge presented by Lord'Ahercorn-
Proçuring moncy under the Army of Reserve Ad-General con-
sequence of the charges--Further Parliamentary proceedings as
to Ireland - Acts of Parliament touching Judge Fox and judge
J'chnşon --Other Acts of the Session-Lord Sidmouth disagrees
with Mr, Pitt-Case of Mr. Todd Jones-Abrupt prorogation
of Parliament-Defection of Mr. Pite's friends-Mr: Foster dis-
Corniepanced --Further decline of Mr. Pitt's influences :
NrPito Lord Hardwicke and Sir Jorah Barrington-Case of

Troy'p. Symonds Grounds of the trial-Effees of Antie
Catholic prejudices-Pardon of Hamilton RowaniLord Gallee
reagh vacates his seat for-Down-Col. Mead proposes to stand:
for the county Down-Lord Càflereagh privately canvasses his
friends and ultimately fails-- Decline of Mt. Pitt's health cas;
Address to Lord Hardwicke on his departure - Mécting of Op-
position and decline of Mt. Pitt-Parliamene meets and King's
Speech-Address to the King. Amendment proposed Death i
of Mr. Pitt_Consequence of Mr. Pire's death. Debate on the
yote of thanks to Mr. Pitt-Mr. For sincere in .cualescing with
Lord Grenville-Negociations for new arrangements-Difficult.
ty in the arrangements-The new arrangements concluded
Mi. 0°- Hara objects to funeralhonors to Lord Cornwallis, on
account of the Union Meetings for Repeal ot the UnionePopup
lation of the country Lord Hardwicke and the paying board.

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Géneral nature of the Bedford administration-Firft aets of the
Bedford administration State of the Whig adminiftration-
Ireland left to M r. Ponsonby Attempts to lead the Catholic
cause Mr Ryan ard Mr. For Mr. Ryan's application to
Mr. Fox for an appointment Mr Fox's conduct to Mr. Ryan.
-Mr. Fox's letter to Mr. RyanSubsequent condut of
Mr. Ryan Catholic meeting in Marlborough-street-Resule i
of the meetings_ Meeting of the new Committee at Mr, Mac.
Donnell's -Cttholic meeting in Earl-street-Aggregate meeto.
ing at the Repository- First resolution of aggregate meeting-
Debate on the second resolution Mr: Ryan's correspondence.
with Mr Fox deposited with the Chairman-Difficulties raised on
the Convention Act Address to the Lord Lieutenant-Resolvi
utions of a Catholic meeting in William-street--Nature of the
address proposed to the Lord Lieutenant-Resolutions of theo

counts of Wexford-Address of the counties of lexford, Clare,
and others, to the Lord Lieutenant----Addresses from.corpora.,
tions to the Lord Lieutenant, and of the Bar to the Chancellor ,
Case of Mr. Curran The Rolls offered to Mr. Curran
Spirit and condict of the Irifa Government Mr; Wilson the
'Tyrone magiftrate Continuance of Mr. Wilson's communi-
cations with Government- Case of O'Neil-Mr. Elliott's
Jetter to Mr. Wilson Commission to investigate O'Neil's case. .

Difference between Serjeant Moore and Mr. Wilson
Mr. Wilson summoned to Dublin-Mr. Wilson writes to Mr.
Elliott Mr. Wilson writes to Mr. Ponsonby Mr. Wilson
writes again to Mr Elliott-The Chancellor's letter to Mr. Wil-
Son Mr. Wilson is refused a commission for Armagh-Conse-
quences of that refusal-Feelings of the Catholics on the new
adminiftrations Mr. Ponsonby sets about reforming the ma..
gistracy- Wexford and Carlow, magistrates-Lord Grenville
brings on Mr. Judge Fox's case-Debate on Judge Fox's case
Close of Judge Fox's case Close of Judge Johnson's case-
Irish revenues and resources Relief of the poor in Ireland
Mr. Foster's and Mr. Bagwell's opinions-Sir John Newport ex-
plains-Mr. Alexander opposes the measure—The new minifters
shy Ireland, and prorogue the parliament–Vain expectancies of
the Catholics in Ireland-Reforms in the financial departments
-Mr. Grattan restored to the Privy Council-Death of Mr. Fox.
-Suppression of partial difturbances—Threshers—Further parti.
culars of the Threshers--Dissolution of Parliament, and Catholics
address to Mr. Grattan- Threshers increase The new mi.
nisters acting upon the old principless Meeting of the new Par.
liament, and King's speech - Private commun cations with the
Catholies--Catholic meetings-Morę catholic meetings
Resolution to petition Parliament, that session - Further resolu-
rions of the Catholics at large to petition-Catholic resolutions
for petitioning Parliametit-Conduct of the ministers and the op-
position=--The Newry magiftratęs prosecute Mr. O'Hanlon for
a libel-Catholics address the Duke of Bedford-Proceedings in
the King's. beuchAffidavit of Mr. O'Hanlon--Conduct of
the Court-Abolition of useless places Additional grant of
5000l. to Maynooth College- Sir John Newport answers Mr.
Percenal's objections Mr. Gractan supports the grant Lord
Howick refers to the state of foreign education Real conduct
of ministry. Lord Howick moves the Catholic Officers billo

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