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Excerpt from Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, Vol. 5
Merit proposed by Lord Powerscourt against the Union. - Last letter of Lord Charlemont. - His death.-end of session of 1799.-conduct Of Lord Cornwallis. - Addresses in favour of Union. - Lord Donough more's conduct. - Orange Lodges hostile to Union - Divisions sown among them and the Catholics - Offers to the Roman Catholic clergy. - Resolution of the prelates. - Veto. - Catholics grossly duped. Anecdot'e of Lord Cornwallis by Judge J ohnson.-catholics adverse to the umon.-meeting and speech of Mr. Daniel o'connell, bar rister, against it. - Resolutions on the subject Page 31.
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