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LIST OF PRINCIPAL AUTHORITIES
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 Squire” and 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.
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.
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.
ABERCROMBIE, Sir Ralph, descrip- | Brixey, Guillaume de Brixey, 117
Buckingham, George Grenville, first
Marquis of, 82
Bulkeley, Lord, 269
Pamela at, 129
Byron, Lord, epitaph on Lord
with advocating, 227-9
Earl and first Marquis of, Vice-
roy, 191, 228, 258; Lord Henry
FitzGerald's letter to, 325
Carhampton, Earl of, 197
Castle, Dublin, I
Government policy, 191; career
and character, 218-20; 266, 267,
268; 283; 290
Tone Assistant Secretary of, 107
Catholic Convention, 159; petitions
Parliament, 160, and the King,
Channel Islands, Lord Edward
Charlemont, Earl of, 215
Charleston, Lord Edward at, 32 Delany, Mrs., her letters re Duchess
of Leinster's marriage, 22-3
Denzille Street, Pamela at, 272
Dillon, Mrs., shelters Lord Edward,
Directory, French, negotiations
with, 187, 201, 205-7
Directory, Leinster, 249, 259; its
arrest, 261 ; reconstructed, 274
216, 224, 225, 252, 263, 268, 269, ; Donegall, Earl of, ior
Doyle, Sir John, quoted, 39, 40
Dublin Magazine, 221
Dublin and the Geraldines, 1-4
Dundas, Mr., 269
Lord Edward, 52, 70; confidence | EDWARD III., King, 14
funeral, Appendix A, 335, 336 FITZGERALD, Colonel, 297
Lord Edward Kildare Lodge, 177, 178; 318 (note)
FitzGerald, George, sixteenth Earl
of Kildare, 18
297 ; neglect in his office, Ap FitzGerald, Gerald, eighth Earl of
Kildare, 3, 15
FitzGerald, Gerald, ninth Earl of
FitzGerald, Gerald, tenth Earl of
FitzGerald, James. See first Duke
FitzGerald, Lord Charles, 83, 219,
FitzGerald, Lord Edward, his grave,
4; his career, 5-7; character, 7-9;
12; childhood, 21; boyhood in 207"; declines to seek re-election,