John Redmond's Last Years eBook

Stephen Lucius Gwynn
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 339 pages of information about John Redmond's Last Years.

Ewart, Sir S., 108

Field, William, 24
Financial Relations Commission, 24, 75
Fingall, Lord, 174
Forster, W.E., 79
Franchise Bill (1917), 302, 304-305, 311
French, Sir John, 107, 108
Friend, General, 198

Gallipoli, Irish troops in, 195 ff. 
General Elections—­
  1906, 43
  1910 (Jan.), 43-44
  1910 (Dec.), 49
  1918, 231
George V, King, 121
George, D. Lloyd,
  non-Irish preoccupations of, 41-42;
  Conciliation mission after the Rebellion, 232;
  agreement with the Irish, 234;
  agreement thrown over, 239;
  Redmond’s hopes from, as Premier, 244-245;
  on Irish distrust, 246;
  supports the “two nations” theory, 255;
  the Convention, 260;
  letter to Plunkett, 324;
  conference with Convention representatives, 325;
  proposals to the Convention, 326 ff.;
  quoted on Ulster, 73
Gladstone, W.E., 11, 17, 42, 130, 317;
  breach with Parnell, 18-19;
  retirement, 23
Gladstone, W.G.C., 66
Gough, Gen., quoted, 105 ff. 
Government, delays of, 185, 236-237, 244, 247;
  general attitude to Redmond, see under Redmond
Granard, Lord, 273, 282
Grey, Earl, 78
Grey, Lord (Sir Edward), Ulster proposals of, 85, 86;
  speech on outbreak of War, 128-130;
  quoted, 66;
  mentioned, 30, 108

Harbison, Mr., 270
Harty, Abp. of Cashel, 270
Hayden, Mr., 38, 130-131
Hazleton, Mr., 14
Healy, T.M., returned for Wexford, 7-8;
  attacks on Redmond and Nationalist Party, 34, 273;
  opposition to county option, 100, 111-112;
  declines to serve on Convention, 269;
  quoted, 256;
  mentioned, 15, 16, 47, 49
Hickie, Maj.-Gen, W.B., 201, 265
Hulk, Maj.-Gen., 268
Hobson, Bulmer, quoted, 115,159
Home Rule Bill (1912), demonstrations for and against, 62;
  National Convention, 65, 66;
  Ulster’s attitude, 65, 67 ff.;
  exclusion proposals, 68, 78, 84, 99;
  devolution proposals, 71;
  Unionist converts, 73;
  in Committee, 68, 74;
  financial arrangements under, 74-75;
  Report stage, 75;
  Third Reading, 77;
  in the Lords, 77 ff.;
  third Introduction (1914), 99;
  inadequate private discussion of, by Irish Party, 100-101;
  the Amending Bill, 121, 126;
  the Speaker’s Conference, 121 ff.;
  amending Bill postponed, 126;
  operation of, to be deferred, 148-149;
  Royal assent, 151;
  Asquith’s move towards securing immediate operation of,
                               after the Rebellion, 232;
  O’Connor’s demand for, 249
Hopwood, Sir Francis, 275

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