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The Life and Death of Lord Edward FitzGerald. Thomas Moore. London: 1831.

The United Irishmen, their Lives and Times. R. R. Madden. 2nd Edition. Series 1, 2. Dublin : 1858.

Personal Recollections of the Life and Times, with Extracts from the Correspondence, of Valentine, Lord Cloncurry. Dublin : 1849.

Personal Sketches of his own Times. Sir Jonah Barrington. London : 1827-32.

A History of England in the Eighteenth Century. W. E. H. Lecky.

Pieces of Irish History. W. J. McNevin. New York : 1807. Memoirs of the Political and Private Life of the Earl of Charlemont. F. Hardy. London : 1810.

Memoirs of the Life and Times of Henry Grattan. By his Son : 1839-46.

The Age of Pitt and Fox. D. O. Maddyn : 1846.

Revelations of Ireland in the Past Generation. D. O. Maddyn : 1848.

Curious Family History; or, Ireland before the Union. W. J. Fitzpatrick. Dublin : 1869.

"The Sham Squireand the Informers of 1798. W. J. Fitzpatrick. London : 1866.

Memoirs of the Life of R. B. Sheridan. Thomas Moore. London : 1825.

Sheridan. A Biography. W. Fraser Rae. London : 1896.

Curran and his Contemporaries. C. Phillips. Edinburgh and London : 1850.

Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh.

Personal Narrative of the Irish Rebellion of 1798. C. H. Teeling. London : 1828.

The Autobiography of Theobald Wolfe Tone. Edited with an Introduction by R. B. O'Brien. London : 1893.

Rogers and his Contemporaries. P. W. Clayden.
Robert Southey's Commonplace Book.

The Early History of Charles James Fox. Sir G. O. Trevelyan. London : 1880.

Life of Thomas Reynolds. Thomas Reynolds the Younger. London : 1839.

Sketches of Irish Political Characters of the Present Day. Henry McDougall. 1799.

Memoirs of Madame de Genlis. London : 1825.
Chroniques Populaires. Georgette Ducrest. Paris : 1855.
Memoirs of the Whig Party. Henry, third Lord Holland.
Sixty Years Ago.

Life and Letters of Lady Sarah Lennox. Edited by the Countess of Ilchester and Lord Stavordale. London : 1901.

Life of J. P. Curran. W. H. Curran.
Recherches des Curieux.
The Earls of Kildare. Duke of Leinster.
Dictionary of National Biography.
Horace Walpole's Letters.

INDEX

ABERCROMBIE, Sir Ralph, descrip- | Brixey, Guillaume de Brixey, 117
tion of the troops, 276

Buckingham, George Grenville, first
America, war with, 33 seq.

Marquis of, 82
American Civil War, 184

Bulkeley, Lord, 269
Annual Register, account of Lord Burke, Edmund, on French Revolu-
Edward's capture, 305

tion, 133
Armagh, County, hostility there be- Burke, Richard, 160
tween Catholics and Protestants, Bury, Madame de Genlis and
166

Pamela at, 129
Armstrong, Captain, 283, 293

Byron, Lord, epitaph on Lord
Assassination, Lord Edward charged Castlereagh, 220

with advocating, 227-9
Athy, Lord Edward member for, 46 CADIZ expedition, projected, 96
Attainder, Bill of, 243 ; Appendix B, Camden, John Jeffreys Pratt, second
337, 338

Earl and first Marquis of, Vice-
Aubigny, 25

roy, 191, 228, 258; Lord Henry

FitzGerald's letter to, 325
BANTRY Bay, French expedition to, Campbell, Lady. See FitzGerald
210

Carhampton, Earl of, 197
Barère, Pamela visits him, 315 Carleton, Lord, Curran's description
Barrington, Sir Jonah, quoted, 71 of, 288
Basle, Lord Edward at, 206

Carton, 49
Bath, Pamela at, 124

Castle, Dublin, I
"Battalion of Testimony," 234 Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, Vis-
Belfast, Republican celebration at, count, his monument, 4; on
137

Government policy, 191; career
Bellamont, Lady, 23

and character, 218-20; 266, 267,
Bellamont, Lord, 223

268; 283; 290
Belle Chasse, Duc d'Orléans at, 144 Castlereagh, Viscountess, 308
Beresford, J. C., 185, 186, 191 Catholic Committee, 106; Wolfe
Berry, Miss, 41

Tone Assistant Secretary of, 107
Bird, informer, 236

Catholic Convention, 159; petitions
Bond, Oliver, 182, 249, 259

Parliament, 160, and the King,
Bowles, Caroline, Southey's letter 161; dissolved, 164
to her quoted, 118

Channel Islands, Lord Edward
Bristol, fourth Earl of, Bishop of visits, 59
Derry, 49

Charlemont, Earl of, 215

Charleston, Lord Edward at, 32 Delany, Mrs., her letters re Duchess
Chartres, Duc de, 67

of Leinster's marriage, 22-3
Chichester, Lord, engaged to Miss Dempsey, 186
Ogilvie, 100, 101

Denzille Street, Pamela at, 272
Christchurch, Hampshire, Pamela Devonshire, Duchess of, 57
brought from, 118

Dillon, Mrs., shelters Lord Edward,
Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin, 1-3 284-8, 291-5
City Hall, Dublin, 2

Directory, French, negotiations
Civrac, Duchesse de, 120

with, 187, 201, 205-7
Clanwilliam, Countess of, 60

Directory, Leinster, 249, 259; its
Clanwilliam, Earl of, 53

arrest, 261 ; reconstructed, 274
Clare, John Fitzgibbon, first Earl of, Donat, Bishop of Dublin, I

216, 224, 225, 252, 263, 268, 269, ; Donegall, Earl of, ior
324, 325, 326 ; takes Lady Louisa Dowling, prisoner in Newgate, 326,
Conolly to Newgate Jail, 328

327
Clinch, his execution, 326

Doyle, Sir John, quoted, 39, 40
Cloncurry, Valentine Lawless, Lord, Dublin society, 105
113, 217

Dublin Magazine, 221
Clonmel, Lord, 189, 257

Dublin and the Geraldines, 1-4
Cobbett, William, quoted, 81

Dundas, Mr., 269
Conolly, Lady Louisa, affection for

Lord Edward, 52, 70; confidence | EDWARD III., King, 14
in Lord Castlereagh, 220; 266 seq., į Emmet, Robert, 235
276, 277, 309 seq. ; appeal to Lord Emmet, Thomas Addis, 182; ex-
Camden, 327; and Lord Clare, amined before Secret Committee,
328; last interview with Lord 186, 200; 213; 250
Edward, 328-30; letters re his

funeral, Appendix A, 335, 336 FITZGERALD, Colonel, 297
Conolly, Thomas, 24, 70; gives FitzGerald, Edward Fox, birth of,

Lord Edward Kildare Lodge, 177, 178; 318 (note)
174 ; 175, 223, 272

FitzGerald, George, sixteenth Earl
Convention Act, 167

of Kildare, 18
Cooke, Under-Secretary, 227, 236, FitzGerald, George Robert, 48, 49

297 ; neglect in his office, Ap FitzGerald, Gerald, eighth Earl of
pendix, 335, 336

Kildare, 3, 15
Cope, Mr., 258

FitzGerald, Gerald, ninth Earl of
Cork House, 2

Kildare, 16
Cormick, 289

FitzGerald, Gerald, tenth Earl of
Cornwallis, Marquis tribute to Kildare, 17
General O'Hara, 47

FitzGerald, James. See first Duke
Cowley, Robert, 17

of Leinster
Cox, the informer, 10, 127, 128 FitzGerald, James, magistrate in
Cromwell, Secretary, 17

Fogo, 117
Curran, John Philpot, 187, 191, 199, FitzGerald, Lady Edward. See
235, 237, 243-5

Pamela

FitzGerald, Lord Charles, 83, 219,
DALRYMPLE, General, 289 (note) 266, 267, 269
“Defenders," 166

FitzGerald, Lord Edward, his grave,
Deffand, Madame du, 103

4; his career, 5-7; character, 7-9;
De La Croix, French Minister, 206 | unfitted for leadership, 10; birth,

20

12; childhood, 21; boyhood in 207"; declines to seek re-election,
France, 25; education, 26; enters 223 ; charges against him, 227-9;
the militia, 28; lieutenant in 26th meets French agent in London,
Regiment, 29; in Ireland, 30; 229; meeting with Reynolds, 232,
goes to America, 32; aide-de-camp 238-40; described by Murphy and
to Lord Rawdon, 37; narrow Lord Holland, 247, 248 ; on first
escape, 38; wounded at Eutaw Leinster Directory, 249; reported
Springs, 39; popularity in the conversation, 250, 251 ; visited by
army, 40; at St. Lucia, 41-5; Reynolds, 259; eludes arrest,
return to England, 45; member 263; in hiding, 271; visits his
for Athy, 46; distaste for home wife, 273; his position, 279-81 ;
life, 47,48; canvasses Westminster in hiding, 284 seg.; last visit to
for Fox, 50, 51; life in Ireland and Pamela, 289; reward offered for
first love affair, 53 ; at Woolwich, his apprehension, 293 ; last in-
57; in the Channel Islands, 59; terview with Mr. Ogilvie, 295, 296;
at Goodwood and Stoke, 60, 61; proposes attack on House of
rejoins his mother, 65; at Dublin, Lords, 296, 297 ; tracked and cap-
66; increasing interest in politics, tured, 303, 304; a prisoner, 305, 306,
ibid.; in opposition, 68; social 321 seq.; last interview with his
and political position, 69; visits aunt and brother, 328-30; death
Spain and Portugal, 71; in New and funeral, 331-3
Brunswick, 73; letters to his FitzGerald, Lord Henry, Lord
mother, 75-87; journey to Quebec, Edward's affection for, 70, 83 ;
89; intercourse with natives, 91,92; member for City of Dublin, 99;
at New Orleans, 92 ; disappoint retires from Parliament, 223, 312,
ment, 93; offered command of 317; letter to Lord Camden, 325,
Cadiz expedition, 96; declines, 326, 327 ; last interview with Lord
on being returned member for Edward, 328-30
County Kildare, 98; in London, FitzGerald, Lord Thomas, executed
102-5 ; in Dublin, 105; at Paris, at Tyburn, 16, 17
133; revolutionary sympathies, FitzGerald, Maurice, first crosses to
137; takes part in Republican Ireland, 13
demonstration, 141 ; meets FitzGerald, Maurice, fourth Earl of
Pamela, 146; marriage, 149; Kildare, 2, 14
cashiered, 150; in Dublin, 157; FitzGerald, Pamela, afterwards
effect of cashierment, 158, 159; Lady Campbell, Lord Edward's
protest in Parliament, 162, 163; daughter, birth of, 206; 273; 321
isolation in the House, 167; and (note), 322; 323
elsewhere, 169, 170; settles on FitzStephen, Robert, crosses to
Kildare Lodge as a home, 175; Ireland, 13
at Frescati, 175, 176; birth of his Fitzwilliam, Earl of, Viceroy, 190;
son, 177; development of opinions, recalled, 191
180, 181; character, 183 seq. ; in Flood, Henry, 48
timacy with O'Connor, 192; in- | Force, Duc de la, description of
cident on the Curragh, 194, 195; Pamela, 153
joins United Irish Association, Forth, Mr., sends Pamela to France,
198; opposes Insurrection Act, 119
199; delegate to French Govern Fox, Charles James, 33, 34; elected
ment, 202; at Hamburg, 203-6; member for Westminster, 50;
and Basle, ibid. ; indiscretion, letter to Lord Henry FitzGerald,

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