RAF Air Power Today - Warbirds Illustrated No. 25 by Michael J. Gething, Lindsay T. Peacock

By Michael J. Gething, Lindsay T. Peacock

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C. J. Woods, ‘The Personnel of the Catholic Convention, 1792–3’, in Archivium Hibernicum, 150: 7 (2003), 26–76. ¹¹⁰ Burke felt no such inhibition: he gave Douglas his blessing. ¹¹¹ In Ireland itself the ‘government of expedients’—to use Pitt’s description—continued. On 29 January 1794 one of the most intellectually brilliant United Irishmen, Archibald Hamilton Rowan, was arrested on the charge of distributing a seditious paper and sentenced to a fine of £500 and imprisonment for two years. On 28 April 1794 the Irish-born Revd William Jackson, agent of the French revolutionary government, was arrested on a charge of high treason.

Howard Evans, ‘William Pitt, William Miles and the French Revolution’, Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 42: 108 (Nov. 1970), 190–213. ¹⁴⁶ A Letter to Henry Duncombe Esq on Mr Burke’s Reply to a Noble Lord (Dublin, 1796), 2. ¹⁴⁷ Considerations on the Late and Present State of Ireland in Refutation of Observations and Reflections thereon by Robert Stearns Tighe Esq and a Letter to the Earl of Wycombe from Mr Miles on the Present State of Ireland (Dublin, 1804), 50. ¹⁴⁸ Thomas Townsend MP (c.

A. Froude, The English in Ireland (London, 1895), iii. 27. ⁵⁸ A Full and Accurate Report of the Debates in the Parliament of Ireland in the Session 1793: On the Bill for the Relief of his Majesty’s Catholic Subjects (Dublin, 1793), 4 Feb. 1793, p. 71; see also Some Objections on a Later Address of Dublin and the Present Crisis (Dublin and London, 1797), 40. ⁵⁹ W. E. H. Lecky, Leaders of Public Opinion in Ireland (London, 1903), 135. , Review of a Celebrated Speech on the Catholic Claims, Delivered in the Imperial House of Commons on the Session of 1813 in a Letter Addressed to the Hon.

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