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AnttAXuu, Mr., hi« motion for the
retirement of Farnoll from the chairmanship of the Irish party, ii.276*
Aldington, Mr,, Ins tribute to Sir John Famuli, i. II
Agrarian agitation, the; commencement of, i. 175 foil.; its rapid growth, 103. &ec also Land ItfRXiic, Outrage**, <tc.
Agricultural distress: treatment of tho qutwtion by tho Hoiuw of GomnumH in 1879, i. 380; 207, 208
Agricultural Hall, a visit of Parnell to the, i, 188, IJW
Alabama, P&rnell'x vimt to, i. H4
Allen, trial and execution in Man-chatter of, i. 48, 49
Alliance between Nationalists and English Liberate, il. 174 foil.,
* Alliance,' Tory Imh, H. 49-87. Sm aUo Carnarvon Controversy
Amnetity Association, the: its formation, i, 00 ; the great meeting at Cabra, 02, OH; tho effect of meetings ou national feeling, 08,04
Anecdotes: William ParnclPH re-qnetit to Thomati Moore, i. 11); Oommoclore Stewart and the 1 present * for his bridt% 25 ; (*. H. Parneirs antipathy to Kngtand aeeoutited for by his mother, *20; Piirn«ir« game of soldiers, 80; PtirnolPs chival-
rous spirit as a boy, 87; Wishaw and the Lexicon, 38; WishawJs opinion of ParnelPs mother, HI); ParnelPs sleeplessness and BomnambuHatic habits, 40; dread of hydrophobia, 40; Parnell at Cambridge, 41; incident of tho police raid at Mrs. ParnelPs house and tho sword, 47 ; illustration of ParnelPs habit of deliberation, 51 ; example of Parnoll's Htubbornnoss, 5*2; an incident in Alabama, 55; 'the diffuronco between tho Whigs and Fenians,' 58; * a regular devil,' 70; the House of Commons and the kingdom of Heaven, BO ; ' breaking the rules of the House,' BG; Irish members stigmatised as Whigs, 1)0; Butt and Pamell patting tho back of an Irish member, 1)9 ; Pamell gauging the endurance of the House, 109 ; the 1,000 words telegram received by Butt, 12B ; Parnell wanting tho band to play ' God save Ireland' at the Agricultural Hall, IBS, 180 ; ' Nicky Codd' and his ' alternative,' 140 ; Parnell and the acrobat, 141; Parnell at the O'Connoll centenary, 148 ; an * earthquake' required to settle tho land question, 174; * bread and lead/
224 ; the story of Dennis................ ,
B20-822; tho No Bent manifesto t«»nlt»n it, jttimui him. lUit 1 hcltl