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" I give my most hearty disapprobation to that address, for I do think that the lord lieutenant and the majority of this house, are the worst subjects the king has. "
Pieces of Irish History,: Illustrative of the Condition of the Catholics of ... - Page 39
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The History of Ireland: From the Treaty of Limerick to the Present ..., Volume 1

Ireland - 1869 - 640 pages
...befell at the close of the debateLord Edward Fitzgerald, in a very vehement tone, declared, " I give ray most hearty disapprobation to that address, for I do think that the lord-lieutenant and the majority of this House are the worst subjects the king has." A lond cry of...
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The student's manual of Irish history

1870
...were but too true, for all retractation he would only say : ' I am accused of having said that I think the lord lieutenant and the majority of this house are the worst subjects the king has. I said so ; 'tis true ; and I am sorry for 'it.' On May 27, 1782, when the Irish houses met, after...
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The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 3

James Anthony Froude - British - 1874
...Commons rose and said : — ' I give my most hearty disapprobation of the address of thanks, for I think that the Lord- Lieutenant and the majority of this House are the worst subjects the King has.' Preliminary movements over, the great questions of CHAP. the session now approached. In the first week...
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The English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 3

James Anthony Froude - English - 1874
...I give my most hearty disapprobation of the address of thanks, for I think that the Lord-Lieutenant and the majority of this House are the worst subjects the King has." Cries of " To the bar ! " " To the bar ! " " Take down his words," brought an explanation which was...
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The Illustrated History of Ireland

Mary Frances Cusack - Ireland - 1875 - 670 pages
...Edward FitzGerald denounced the conduct of the House in these evermemorable words : " I do think, sir, that the Lord Lieutenant and the majority of this House are the worst subjects the King has f and when a storm arose, the more violent from consciousness that his words were but too true, for...
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Cusack, M.F. History of Ireland.-Guizot, F.P.G. Popular history of France ...

Joseph H. Beale - World history - 1884
...the conduct of the house in these ever-memorable words : " I do think, sir, that the lord-lieutenant and the majority of this house are the worst subjects the king has ; " and when a storm arose, the more violent from consciousness. that his words were but too true,...
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Revolted Ireland, 1798 and 1803

Albert Stratford George Canning - Ireland - 1886 - 121 pages
...or the Emmets would probably have done on such an occasion, he exclaimed with abrupt vehemence, " I think that the Lord Lieutenant and the majority of this House are the worse subjects the King hasf " ; * Life of Fitzgerald, vol. ii. f Froude's English in Ireland, vol....
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Ireland in '98: Sketches of the Principal Men of the Time, Based Upon the ...

John Bowles Daly - Ireland - 1888 - 400 pages
...opposed that measure. He said with much vehemence : ' I give my most hearty disapprobation to this address, for I do think that the Lord- Lieutenant...of this House are the worst subjects the King has.' A storm of no ordinary violence was the result. The virtuous ministerial party, the constitutional...
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Volume 76

1891
...up, and with great energy of manner exclaimed, " Sir, I give my most hearty disapprobation to this address, for I do think that the Lord Lieutenant and...of this House are the worst subjects the King has." This was followed by cries of " to the bar," and " take down his words," while the House was cleared,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 192

1892
...up, and with great energy of manner exclaimed : " Sir, I give my most hearty disapprobation to this address, for I do think that the lord lieutenant and...of this House are the worst subjects the king has." This was followed by cries of "to the bar," and " take down" his words," while the House was cleared,...
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