Crisis in Irish Affairs

Including: Crisis of Irish Affairs

4 mentions.

1843 - 1887

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1843 to 1866

three mentions

over 23 years

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I have now to ask Parliament what course it will adopt in the present Crisis of Irish Affairs.

It was true, that at that Crisis of Irish Affairs, Irishmen had laid aside their political differences, and cordially conferred together on questions affecting the interests of their country; but they were the interests of the poor, as well as those of property, which, after all, were really identical.

Sir, I believe no man who knows anything of Ireland will deny that the present Crisis in Irish Affairs is one of a really grave and serious nature.


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The hon. Member for Cork says in his Amendment that the remedy for the existing Crisis in Irish Affairs is to be found in such a reform of the law and system of Government as will satisfy the needs and secure the confidence of the Irish people.

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