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Full text of "The Life Of Charles Stewart Parnell - Ii"

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ter and prepares his Homo Ilulo Bill, 119; his differences with Mr. Chamberlain, 128, 129; his Home Ilule Bill, 142-145, 152-155 ; resignation aftor the General Election of 1880, 158 ; differences between him and Parnell, 184, 180, 190; on the Plan of Campaign, 191-198 ; on the Mitchelstown affair, 194; at Bingley Hall, 194, 195; his Home Ilule policy, 190 ; resolves to abandon Parnell, 247; his letter proponing the resignation by Parnell of the Irish leadership, 248, 250-250; his answer to delegates on the land question and the constabulary force in Ireland, 281; PawoH's allusions to him in 1891, 885-840; his testimony to Parnell's qualities, 858-807 ; his first consideration of the question of Home Ilule, related in 1891, 305
Glasgow, Punu'H speaks at a Fenian mooting in, i. 128
Glendalough, i. H2
Gordon, General, IUH description of the wottful condition of Ireland, i, 247
Gordon, P. JM i. 254
Gorst, Hir John, i. 888
Gosaett, Bargeant, and the removal of * Dick' Power from the House, i. 285
(Moulding, WM Conservative candi» date for Cork, i. 214
Grant, President, an address voted to him by the Nationalists on the centenary of American indu-pendcmoe, i. 99
Oranville, Lord, i. 274 ; ii. 24
Grattan: his relation* with Hir John Pamt-41, L 7 ; ocmto with Pitt on Irish affairs, 7, 8; ii defended by Hir John Ptbrnell against the imputation of treanon, 10; on the Catholic question, 12
Gray, Mr. Kdward Dwycir, L 70,191, tl8S, 299 ; ii. 63, 04, 6*1, 88, 182
Gray, Mr. Edward Dwyer, jun., ii.
840 Greenock, a speech of Parnell's at,
i. 150
Grey, Lord : attitude of his Government towards the Irish question,
i. 14 Grosvenor, Lord   Richard,   helps
the   Irish Loyal and Patriotic
Union, ii. 207 Gurteen, Land League meeting at,
i. 190
HABEAS Corpus Act, the, suspension of, i. 45, 59, 200, 287, 880; Mr. Gladstone's view of Mr. Forster's action in the matter, ii. 800
Hamilton, Lord Claud, ii. '21
Hamilton, Sir llobert, ii. 81,110
Hannon, Lord Justice, one of the judges forming the Bpecial Commission, ii. 201
Hammrt, Sir William, i. 185, 187, 188, 284, 298, 359 ; ii. 8, 247, 249, 280; Parnell questions his fitness to succeed Mr. Gladstone as Homo Bulo loader, 389
Hardy, Mr. Gathorne-, i. 59, 111, 188
Harman, Col. King, ii. 21
Harrington, Mr., ii. 81, 198, 211, 215, 240, 248, 250, 27S
Harris, Matthew, i. 254
Harrison, Mr. Frederic, ii. 178
Hartington, Lord. See Devonshire, Duke of
Hawarden manifesto, the, ii. 102
Hawarden, Pamell's visit to, ii. 80S
Hay, Sir John, i. 888
Hayes, Samuel, Hetties tho Avon-dab property on Sir John Parnell, i. 10
Hoaly, Mr., i. 108; his reminiscences of Parnell's visit to Canada, 205, 200; on Parnall as a strategist, 225; *248, 850, SS7; his story ahout the drafting of the Arrears Bill, 801-803; imprisoned, ii. ^5; elected lor