2 edition of Grattan"s letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin found in the catalog.
Grattan"s letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin
NUC pre-56 NG0392909
|LC Classifications||AC901 .D8 vol. 62, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||86880499|
I do not mean to say that I should be satisfied with any thing they could propose: but at the same time I should be glad to hear what it is the Roman Catholic clergy of England, Ireland and Scotland think of the Grattans letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin book at present, when the person of the Pope is in the hands of Buonaparte, when the Roman see makes a part of France, and the greater part of the Roman Catholic countries, south of the Pyrenees excepted, are under the power of the ruler of France? It is impossible for the Catholics of Ireland, even admitting them to be four millions, to turn out one-third of the army and navy of Great Britain, when it is recollected that they are only as four to thirteen millions; and more particularly that one-third cannot be Catholics, from the calculation I have shewn. It was, perhaps, the presence of something of the same quality that led him to give the preference, among the numerous histories of the French Revolution, to Mignet, though, in putting him into my hands, he cautioned me against that dangerous spirit of fatalism, which, making man the unconscious instrument of an irresistible necessity, leaves him no real responsibility for evil or for good. Then his personal friends had their claims, some of them running back to youth, some the gradual accession of later years, and all of them cherished with that genial and confiding expansiveness which was the great charm of his private life, and the chief source, when he did err, of his errors as a public man. Can the person of Wood be otherwise regarded, than as the instrument, the mechanick, the head workman, to prepare his furnace, his fuel, his metal, and his stamps?
Your petitioner is informed, that the person who spoke the words above-mentioned, is of your lordships houseunder the style and title of lord Blaney ; whom your petitioner remembers to have introduced to Mr. I have got the plates Seeds 5x8—four dozen. Your practices and parades give special pride to Catholic Americans. And we are to do all this to gratify the ambition of a set of subjects whose principles are hostile in a great measure, to the state; and particularly whose religious principles are hostile, as I shall shew directly; and this, too, upon authentic grounds, and not merely from declamation; bat I shall read the particular proof of it, which will shew, that they are directly and essentially hostile to the state in every thing.
Three sides of the edifice were still standing, darkened, indeed, and distained by the winds and rains of centuries, but with an air of modern comfort and neatness about the doors and windows that seemed more in keeping than the moat and towers with the habits of the present day. Now, Sir, I do not mean to go into any discussion upon the tenets of the Roman Catholic Church, with reference to a period long since gone by, because the tenets of the Roman Catholic Church are pretty well known and generally understood. This led to a discussion of considerable length, the result of which was an explanatory declaration from the Apostolic Vicar, "That no new oath should be taken without consulting the bishops, in whom the supreme authority resided as governors of the Church of Christ and keepers of the faith. Edmond J.
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The superstition of the Eucharist; the adoration of the mother of God; and the Papal power. On a hill-side its appearance would have been grand. But when I began to look at him as a being of real flesh and blood, I found that Ary Scheffer's portrait had not deceived me.
They have proscribed all schools except Roman Catholic schools; and their children have been proscribed from going to Protestant schools, even though there was no religion taught in them; and although these schools were perfectly open and free to all children whether Catholic or Protestant.
Good-by, dear old Mr. This thought came to me as poor Chambers's eyes met mine in the speechless look, Saturday night, as he lay dying.
Let the Church open wide her gates of toleration:—cherish religion:—the Catholic religion the fact Grattans letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin book beyond dispute is the creed of the great majority of the Irish nation.
He was wasted to a skeleton. It may as well be asserted, that the Church would be as safe in the hands devoted to its destruction, as under the guardianship of those devoted to its protection. Now with respect to the navy the case with them is the same, except this, Grattans letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin book their numbers in the navy are much more over calculated.
The lilybends of the "Nymph," the lovely feet, hands, and throat, are not more beautiful of line or curve than the vast limits of the athlete. To create within the United Kingdom a separate Parliament with an Executive Government responsible to that Parliament would at the best mean a danger of friction.
Where are those instruments that were to have overlaid your table? The daily life at La Grange was necessarily systematic. Milner was amongst them: but the Apostolical Vicar, without assigning any reason, forbid the Catholics to take this Oath.
Secretary Bayard's novel attempt to settle the fisheries disputes between the United States and England, on the basis of giving the latter country all that she asked and something more, resulted in the appointment of a commission by the two governments.
Chambers made McCarthy laugh so heartily that it brought on a fit of coughing, and we had to halt till the poor fellow got his breath. That ornamental brass trellis in the rear of the reporters, half concealing a party of ladies, is a curious compromise between what is due to traditional Parliamentary regulations and the courtesy to which the fair sex is entitled.
Whatever spirit of conciliation, therefore, is at this time manifested, would have augmented efficacy by carrying with it the air of grace and bounty. But is this assertion founded upon any report, or any authentic calculation laid upon the table of parliament?
Now, Sir, because the Irish are willing to shed their blood in defence of their king and country, it is to be said that all these are Irish Roman Catholics. To counterbalance the ill treatment he met with from the publick, he, by degrees, contracted an intimacy with a select few, who had taste to relish the author, and virtue to admire the man .
The General was a hearty eater, as most Frenchmen are; but he loved to season his food with conversation, and, much as he relished his meals, he seemed to relish the pleasant talk between the courses still more.
Grattans letter to his fellow-citizens of Dublin book The King asked him how I spoke English. But it should be remembered by those, who so freely deal out this censure, that my friends retired from his Majesty's councils, because they would not, by a specific pledge, deprive themselves of the discretion of proposing the measure; and, as they were immediately succeeded by the gentlemen opposite, it was not unreasonable to infer that the latter were not unwilling to take such a pledge.Scribd es el sitio social de lectura y editoriales más grande del mundo.
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