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as it affected Parneli, 885 ; incident in drafting tho Amuu-H Bill in Kilmainham, 8(»8 ; Parnoll and tho shepherd, 800 ; Panwll and IUB * barbarians,' 87H ; Parnell and Lord Hawlolph Churchill in the Smokinn-room of the HOUBO of CoininonH, 81; Parneli and tho Afrikander, 112; if Parneli were Irish Secretary, what would ho do with Davitt? 159; Parnell and a dinner invitation to Lady —• •*«, 177; Parneli and Mr. Morley, 177; Parneli in the London streets, 179, 180; a Bcono in the Lobby of the House, 1811; a * grand old spider,' 835 ; the dog * cheering ' for the QuiHtn, 841; PameU's last start from Euaton, 847
Anglesey, Lord, and O'ConnelPn power in Ireland, L 241; it 82
Arokdale, Mr., ii. 21
Argyll, Duke of, i. 228
Armagh, Farnell property in, i* 0
Arms, secret collection of, i. 150, 101,108
Army and Discipline Bill, i. 180
Arnot, Sir John, ii. 298
Arrears question and Bill, i. BB7, 840-844, 350, 852, 858, 801-364
Ashbourno's Act, Lord, ii, 50
Asquith, Mr.: Parnftll's opinion ol his interest in Horn© Hula, ii. BBS
Assurances given by Liberal leaders with regard to a Home Bule Bill, ii. 820
Aughavannah, ParnolPs shooting-lodge, i. 53, 806; ii. 90
Australia: visit of Mr. Redmond to collect funds for the National League, i, 870
Atoea, Vale of, i. 10,10, BIS
Avondale, Parneli property in, 1. 16, 18, ^10, 82-S5; P*m*lP« birthplace, 85; welcome to ParniH at, om his release from
•   pison, 849
tt, Mr. A. J., ii. 117. tfctfl
Balla, Land Lwixtut imirthig at, i. 190
Ballot Act favourable to tho formation of thu Irish party, I, 50» 221)
Banibridgi\ Captain, i, 28
Barry, Mr. John, i. I HI); candidate* for Enniacorthy, tlUI; SOI; ii. 255,5W8
Barry, Mr. JuHtki<\ I. 2(J2
Barton, Htw. MrM tm« of Piirneirs KohoohnaK^rK, i. JW
Bt.ntc5oni*f!«ild, Lord, i, Hi); hin lt!tttt»r to tho Irbh Viceroy on the! (ionditton of Irttiiititt, 2(11).
Biggar, Jo««|>h Clillii, «li»H»|>|»rovc« of Buttfi poUey iti !*iirhwutititf i. Hi; his taottcM in Parllmtiiint, HI ; hla long Kpwtrh cm tlm Coercion Bill, H2-H4 ; hit policiy in Parliament favoured by Pani»llt 81$, 10'J; IUH aitemptu to outriign Knglliih apinion, Hi); itoptuiig English BUI A, 93; ParnellV chief Hiipnorter in imrauinK the {toticv ol obMtruG* tion, IOU, III; at'thi* fill-nlght Hitting of July 81, IH77, 181$; a tncnnbor of tlte mtprmna council of tlw Fariiiirt HcK*ii!tyt 157; one of the trtmsmwn of tha Land .Luaguii, 105 ; 2115, *Jf>4, *2f>f>f 291, S0i ; hii proHftotttion (188»), ii. 1, *J; oj»fK>w>» the election of Captain O'Hhtta for Gmlway, 139.128
Blonnerhaeiiett, Mr.v ciltctet! for Kerij, i. 07
Blenn«rha«Kett, Sir llowland, member of the committee of the L L. P. UM ii. SW7
Bolitigbrok«t Iiiwly, i. 4
Bolingbroka, Lonl: lilt friendly relations with Thorn** Purntli, the poet, I. 4,5
Boulogne negotiation!* iL S10« SSI)
Boycott, Captain* the           of* L
i§7, 288
Boyoatti»gt 1. 227,