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in the Queen's Speech  (1877), 100; Parnell opens tho obstruction    campaign,    107;     scene created by Parn oil's obstruction of tho Mutiny Bill, 111,  112;  | English Horn llulo members in  i 1877,  124 nott>;   tho   all-night sittings of July 2 and July JU, 1877,  128,  12<),   1H4-13HJ; BUB-pension ot  Parnell,   1H2;   Par-ncll's defence of IHH obstructive tactics, Ittll, 184; Parnell is appointed a member of the Select Committee on Public Business, 155 ; *'A Hchool for Anglicising Irishmen,' 1GB;   Parnell's posi-tion     established,    1(59;     Mr. O'Connor Power * howled down * by the Tories when introducing tho    question    of    agricultural distress,   1H/V;   Parnell's   opposition  to  tho  Army   Discipline and   Kegulaticm   Bill,   IKO-191; debate  on   distress  in  Ireland, 208;   passing  of   a   resolution against obstruction,  UOll   MO/I'; Dissolution  of   IHHO,  *200; ah-Hence of the land <mt*stioti from the  programme   of   Mr.  Olad-Htone's   Government   of   IHHO, ^O-tiUH; Purnell tuul his party Kit   in   Opposition,    *2'21I;    the (kimpetwation for   DUturbaneo JJ111, ' m-2113;    Protwtioii    of Property and, Person Hill, *2H. iiHO; aewtei lit  the House, aiul upnion of thirty-two wmu-hew, '277-'2H5;   tho   Lund  Hill (iHHl),   and   its   reception   by Parnull and other  Irish nom-bers,  *290 -2H); reception given tt ParneU after his roleAsn front Kilinitinham,     Mtl ;     PitrnoU1** spoeeh  after  the Plwnijc Park murders, BUO ;   cloliatex on tho Crimes    Bill,     JHW-WU ;     th Arrwiri* Kill, aiU-afU; Inrt?U'H ostituaUt   of   th   infitumcu   of Irish    members,     !7H;      Mr, I'orster's inelietnumt of Pftrni4l wltli niferenoci to tho Phcunix
Park murders, and ParnelPs reply, ii. 8-14 ; the ExplouivoH Bill, 15-17; the Irish vote eaunes the downfall of Mr. Gladstone's Government, 47; state of parties after the General Klection of 1885, 110; fall of the Salisbury Ministry, and the recall of Mr. Gladstone, 111>; Mr. Gladstone's Home Kule Bill, 148, 144, 102-155; Parnoll'H speech, 153-155 ; state of parties after the General Election of 188(5, 157; ParnelPs Land Bill, 100; Land Bill of 1887, 174
Houston, Mr. J. 0., (secretary of the Irish Loyal and Patriotic Union); his dealings with Pigott, and his alleged discovery of letters incriminating Parnell and others, ii. 202, 20(5 foil.
Howard, Hon. Hugh, father-in-law of William Parnell, i. 20
Hugessen, Mr. Knatchbull-, i. 13W.
Hughes, Rev. Hugh Price, his opposition to Parnoll's retention of the leadership of tlm Irish party, ii. *24tt, *2<>7, 2(i8; an allusion to him by Parnell, JJ.'JH
Hurley, Father \Valter, ii. 21)2
IiUN<iwoimi, Mr., speech in sup-
|Krt of Parntsll after tho divorew
ease, ii. 217 Imperial federation, a conversation
between Parnell and Mr.  Cecil
Ithodew on, ii. 184 -189 Imprisonment of  Paruoll  at Kil*
mainham, i. ttlifoll. Inactivity of Parnell between IHH'J
and 1MH4, ii. 1CU-10J), 181 Indepivndent Irish party in Parlia-
tnant: how tho idea arose with
Panuill,   i.    229;   dlffloulty   of
maintaining one, JJO(J Intermediato   Kduoation,   Dill,   L
109 and note 1 Invincible*,'  the, i. 1151;  ii.  ,