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CHAPTER X.

Suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, 29th of July, 1803.-De-

bate on.-Mr. Sheridan’s consistency.–Lord Castlereagh's de-
fence of the Irish Government.—Sir William Elliott's charge
against it, of connivance.-Lord Castlereagh's opinion of the
clemency of Government in 1798.-Lord Temple's allusion to

impeachment of ministers.—Martial Law Bill, 5th of December,

1803.—Seizure and imprisonment of members.— Irish Parlia-

ment House, Exchange, and Corn Market converted into bar-

racks. -Mr. Houlton of the Navy, equipped by Government as

a rebel officer. -Sent to the North to inveigle the people into

sedition.

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CHAPTER XI.

Anne Devlin arrested at Emmet's house in Butterfield Lane,

(Note).-Her account of the night of the 23rd of July. The

CHAPTER XIV.

Trial of Robert Emmet.—Examination of witnesses. -Speech of

the Right Hon. W. C. Plunket.--Extracts from a speech of his
in 1800.-Robert Emmet's Speech.-Moore's letter to McKenzie,
(Note). --Lord Norbury's interruptions.--Emmet's sentence to

death.–Plunket's affidavit in 1811.-Question of his acquaint-

ance with Emmet's family.

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