2 edition of Report addressed to the Marquess Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland found in the catalog.
Report addressed to the Marquess Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
Elizabeth Gurney Fry
Publishers" advertisement on verso of final leaf.
|Statement||by Elizabeth Fry and Joseph John Gurney, respecting their late visit to the country.|
|Contributions||Gurney, Joseph John, 1788-1847., Wellesley, Richard Wellesley, Marques, 1760-1842.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Full text of "The Wellesley papers; the life and correspondence of Richard Colley Wellesley, marquess Wellesley,governor-general of India,secretary of state for foreign affairs,and lord-lieutenant of Ireland, including hitherto unpublished correspondence with George III and George IV, the dukes of York and Cumberland, etc.;".
Wellesley, Richard Wellesley, Marquess, in He served as foreign secretary () under Spencer Perceval. A supporter of Catholic Emancipation, Wellesley became lord lieutenant of Ireland in He resigned () when his brother, then an opponent of Catholic Emancipation, became prime minister, but he served again as.
Richard Colley Wellesley, Marquis Wellesley, governor-general of India, was born at Dangan Castle on 20 June He was the eldest of the six sons of Garrett Wellesley, first viscount Wellesley of Dangan Castle and earl of Mornington in the county of Meath.
His mother was Anne, eldest daughter of Arthur Hill-Trevor, first viscount Dungannon. Elizabeth Fry inspected the state of Irish gaols in ; see comments in Fry, Elizabeth and Gurney, Joseph John, Report addressed to the Marquess Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, respecting their late visit to that country, London,pp.
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Aug 12, · Come Here To Me. Dublin Life & Culture. Feeds: Posts Comments. Among those in attendance was the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Marquis Wellesley, the brother of the Duke of Wellington. Following clashes at the event in Julya decision was made by Marquess Wellesley, in his capacity as Lord Lieutenant, to seek a ban against the.
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Among those in attendance was the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Marquis Wellesley, the brother of the Duke of Wellington.
a decision was made by Marquess Wellesley, in his capacity as Lord Lieutenant, to seek a ban against the November event. This meeting was significant as it was addressed by some hugely influential figures, including.
It had also been prepared during the administration of the Marquess Wellesley. He was not certain whether it had been submitted to the noble Lord (Haddington), who was the last Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland; but he had heard that it had been, and that that noble Lord had given his sanction to it.
Nominally subordinate to the Lord Lieutenant, the "Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant", from the early 19th century until the end of British rule he was the government minister with responsibility for governing Ireland equivalent to the role of a Secretary of State, it was the Chief Secretary, rather than the Lord Lieutenant, who sat in the.
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(Hansard, 7 July ) Search Help that it was entirely the act of Lord Grey, and he had alluded to the report in order to give the noble Lord opposite an opportunity of contradicting it if it were unfounded. He .Wellesley Tudor Pole OBE (born 23 April – 13 September ) was a spiritualist and early British Baháʼí.
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