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

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Sir John Parnell, and others on Irish affairs, i. 7, 8 Plan of Campaign, the, ii. 170-173; condemned by Parnell, HK); Mr. Gladstone's opinion of it, 102
Pledge required by the Home Bule Confederation from candidates for Knglish constituencies, i. 128-127, 211 note Pope, the: his view of the Land League and the Parnell * tribute,1 ii. 28 ; and the Errington mission, 24-27
Pope, Alexander:   his friendship with Thomas Parnell, the poet, i. 1, 2, 8; edits an edition of Parnell's -works, 5, (> Portarlintfton, Earl of, father-in-law of Sir H. Parnell, i. 16 Portland, Duke of: party of Irish politicians at his house in 171)4, i. 7, 8, 9 Powoll, Mr., Tory Home Iluler, i.
120
Powor, Mr. O'Connor: his im-proHtiionH of Parnell when standing for Dublin County in 1874, i. 75; his motion for the release of Fenian prisoners, 00 not,®; visits the United States with Parnell, 99; 114, 128, 129* 148, 160, 152, 185, 280, 278 Power, Mr. Richard, i. 228, 249,
285 Press, the, on Home Eule in 1885,
ii. 08 Prinite, influence over the people
of, i. 287, 288; ii. 806-807 Prisons   Bill,   i.   107;   Parnoll'B
amendments, 110,114 noi&
Prosecution of Land Leaguers, i.
264,   262,   208;   treated   with
contempt by Parnell, 254
Protection of Property and Parson
Bill, i. 288-286 * Protestant Guardian,' L 01 and
note
Protestants,    their    co-operation with Nationalists, i. 04
Q0ABREL8 among Irishmen, Par-Hell's hatred of, i. 103
Queenstown, address to Parnell at, i. 212
Quin, Mr., i. 336 ; ii. 349
BAILWAY accident, ParnelPs escape
in a, i. 55
Railways, Irish: rumour of English
Government buying them, i. 292
Bam say, Lord, and the Home Bule
pledge, i. 210 note Rathdrum, i. 82, 71, 75 Bebellion of '98, the, story of, i.
58
Redmond, Alderman, a conversation between Parnell and, i. 371, 872
Bedmond, Mr. John, his account of the riotous meeting at Ennis-corthy, i. 218, 214; 341, 357, 860; visits Australia and America to collect funds for the National League, 370 Bedmond, Mr. W., ii. 239, 242,257,
206, 272,273, 310 Reform Act, ii. 38, 43 Reid, Sir Wemyss, ii. 206 note Reign of terror in Ireland, commencement of, i. 247 Relief Bill, i. 208 and note Remedial legislation, opinion   of
Parnell on, L 291 * Remember Mitchelstown!' ii. 1931
194
Bendel, Lord, ii. 281 Bents, tribunal for fixing, i. 174, 298.     See also Plan of Cam* paign Revolutionists,   National  League
of America run by, ii. 19 Rhodes, Mr. Cecil: his interview and correspondence with Parnell on Home  Bule  and  Imperial federation, ii. 184-189 Richard, Mr. Henry, likens   the House of Commons to the King dom of Heaven, i. 80, 81 Rick-burning, i. 283 Riots in Ireland, i. 238           upon l*ar«