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" Dean of Deny in 1724, and married in August, 1728, Anne, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. Lord Montjoy's ball, which was limited to twenty-four couple, who danced in turn, affords a good example to... "
The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany: With ... - Page 319
by Mrs. Delany (Mary) - 1861
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The Repealer's Manual; Or, Absenteeism: the Union Re-considered, Volume 1

William Joseph Battersby - Absentee landlordism - 1833
...parental government; because no nation was ever blessed with more abundant natural advantages. When the Right Hon. John Foster, speaker of the Irish house of commons, predicted in his speech, April 11, 1799, that "the Union would be the ruin of the agriculture, manufacture,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1836
...could bear uuruffled the total failure of the chief lahour of seven long years. • He married the eldest daughter of the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. From an engagement eo strict, contracted under circumstances so trying, we may conclude that the wife...
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The Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland: Adapted to the New Poor ..., Volume 2

Ireland - 1846
...the Legislative Union. One-half of the 15,000 of compensation for disfranchisement was awarded to the Right- Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons ; and the other half, to Henry Coddington, Esq , and "the portreeve and burgesses of the borough of...
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Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, Second Marquess of ...

Robert Stewart Castlereagh (Viscount) - Great Britain - 1848
...quarrel in the County of Derry. With great respect and regard, &c., CASTLEREAGH. Lord Ccutlereagh to the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. Phoenix Park, November 24, 1798. My dear Sir — I have been induced to postpone writing to you, from...
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The beauties of the Boyne, and its tributary, the Blackwater

sir William Robert W. Wilde - 1849
...map we have had engraved from a plan of the battle, made about sixty years ago, by a Major Brown, for the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons.* We present it to our readers and the tourists to the Boyne because it conveys to our mind a much better...
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The Beauties of the Boyne, and Its Tributary, the Blackwater

William Robert Wilde - Blackwater River (Cavan-Meath, Ireland) - 1849 - 272 pages
...map we have had engraved from a plan of the battle, made about sixty years ago, by a Major Brown, for the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons.* We present it to our readers and the tourists to the Boyne because it conveys to our mind a much better...
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The autobiography and correspondence of Mary Granville, mrs ..., Volume 1

Augusta Hall (baroness Llanover) - 1861
...by the Earl of Peterborough, Dr. Swift, Dr. Arbuthnot, Pope, and Addison. He was made Dean of Deny in 1724, and married in August, 1728, Anne, eldest...between space and numbers. Dancing in 1731 appears to have been a real enjoyment, and an invitation to dance was a reality, and not a fiction. It is,...
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Our Schools and Colleges ..., Volume 1

Frederick Shirley Dumaresq de Carteret-Bisson - Education - 1884 - 726 pages
...and have risen to rank and eminence in their several professions. Of these space can be given only to the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons, afterwards Baron Oriel ; and Doctor Stopford, the present Bishop of Meath. Head Master, the Rev. FS...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 92

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1883
...swindle. Pitt wanted to get hold of the Irish revenue for British purposes : He wants a Union [said the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons]* in order to tax you and take your money where he fears your own representatives would deem it improper,...
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History of Methodism in Ireland: The middle ages

Charles Henry Crookshank - Ireland - 1886
...Drogheda circuit, and among his stopping places was the house of a gardener at Collon, in the employment of the Right Hon. John Foster, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons. One day, the preacher walking in 12 the grounds with his host, proposed that they should pray together...
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