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Irish members and the welcome to Parnell after the divorce case,
11.  24B, 249;  subsequent meetings,   speeches,   and   * scenes,' 277, 280, 282-287
Compensation fox* Disturbance Bill, i. 281-233
* Conciliation' of Parnell, Tory cffortH for the, ii. 49-57. &Ve aho Carnarvon Controversy
Condon : Inn trial for complicity In the death of Sergeant Brett, i. 48, 49 ; 204 note.
Congleton, first Lord, political career of, i. 11-10; his support of the Catholic claimK, 12 ; UIOVOH for a commission to inquire into the nature of the Orange Society, 12 ; allusions to him by Sir Samuel Itoniilly,
12,  18; taken office under Lord Grey, 14 ; letter to Lord Brougham,  14 ; Paynuuttor-Omieral  in the  Melbourne Administration, 14 ; IUH appearance in the I louse of CommonH, 15 ; litrrary works, 10; bin family, Hi
ConnuiiKht, the centre of disturbance in ,1879, I 177 ConHtitution&liHt and   a   Fenian,
difference btitwwm a, i. 34f> ConMtltuticmalitttH    and    ttavolu-
tionintri,    proposed     combined
action of, i. 105 Controversy hotwexm Parrwll and
Butt in the * Freeman's Journal/
i. 116-120
Convention Act of 171)11, i. 178 Conyngham,    Lord    FriuuuM,    i.
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Corbttt, Mr,, ii. 1CUUWJ Cork City, th« oircuntMtancfw of
Parnell*M nomination for, i. 214-
218;   otnotum of   Parnoll   and
Daly for, 220 Cork bounty, election- for (IHBO),
i. 211).-231
Cork Lund Liiftgua, i. 231 Com wall in, Lord, i. 9 Courtnuy, Mr., i. 180 Cowtm, Mr. Joiiiph, i, 124, 2Bl$
Cowper, Lorcl, Viceroy, i. 220, 227; confronted with Parnell's growing power in Ireland, 241, 247; his opinion of Parnell, 248; his views on remedial measures for Ireland, expressed in letters to Mr. Gladstone and his Cabinet, 250-253, 256-260, 261-262; letter to the Cabinet on the proposed suppression of the Land League, Ac., 287-290 ; letter to the Cabinet on the increase of agrarian crime, <Xrc., 826-329; correspondence with Mr. Gladstone relative to the release from prison of Parnell and others, 346-348; his resignation, 851
Crawford, Mr., i. 229
Creggs, meeting at, the last Parnell attended, ii. 348-350
Crickotor, Parnell as a, i. 52
Crimes Bill, i. 3r><.)-.3(>!); its proposed renewal, ii. 40 and note; renewal during the ' Campaign,' 178 and note.
Croke, Archbishop, i. 222
Cronin, Mr., i, 288
Cunynghame, Mr., secretary to the Special Commission, ii. 210, 227,231
DALY, «7olm, arrested for a violent npeech at a Land League meeting, i. 196 ; elected with Parnell for Cork City, 214, 220 Daly, a dynamitard, ii. 81 Davitt, Michael, his release from prison, i. 151, and see note] his proposal of an alliance between the Revolutionists and Con-wtitutionaliBtB, 165 foil.; enunciation of his policy, 167; his growing influence, 175, 177; Hucceedn in forming the Land League, 194,195,871; his arrest, 196; forms branches of the Land League in the United BtateH, 241 foil.; arrested for violating the conditions of IUH5: meeting of Frank, ii. 3