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Committee"s report on the seditious and treasonous activities of the Society of United Irishmen and other similar political entities.
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Item # The Committee of Secrecy's reports on the Society of United Irishmen and the rise of similar societies in Great Britain. The societies in England and Scotland are described with accounts of their actions, the arrests and trials and the situations as well as the involvement of the United Irishmen and their relationship with Edition: Early Edition.
Reports to the House of Commons. Presenting a report to the House is the way a committee makes public its findings and recommendations on a particular topic. A committee can only make recommendations; it cannot issue orders to the House or to the.
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Report of the Lords’ Committee of Secrecy. Ordered to be Printed 28th April BOUND WITH: Third Report of the Committee of Secrecy [of the House of Commons]. The work of the committee is invariably conducted in secret. The Committee produces an annual report which focuses on administration and finance, and special reports on operational or policy issues which it considers are of particular concern.
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Report from the Committee of Secrecy, of the House of Commons in Ireland, as reported by the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Castlereagh, Aug By Ireland. Parliament. House of Commons. and Viscount Robert Stewart Castlereagh.
Abstract. The report proper occupies only p. ; the remainder forms the of.OCLC Number: Notes: The report ends on p. 26 and is followed by 39 appendixes. These contain previous reports of the Committee ()--and of the House of Lords Committee (,); official proclamations of the Lord Lieutenant and Council of Ireland; declarations, resolutions and constitution of the Societies of United Irishmen, with extracts from handbills, newspapers, etc.; and.Report from Committee of Secrecy of the Honourable House of Commons on the Bank of England Charter Hansard (printer) London pp.
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