4 edition of Henry Grattan and his times. found in the catalog.
Henry Grattan and his times.
Stephen Lucius Gwynn
Reprint of the 1939 ed.
|LC Classifications||DA948.3.G7 G87 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 402 p.|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||76114534|
The book is exceptional, and is divided into probably five or six subsections: pre-Constantine, middle ages, pre-Reformation, Reformation, French Revolution, and his own (Guinness') day. Sadly, the reprint that has circulated on the internet was written using optical character recognition, and since the font is smaller than the original and Reviews: 2. H. Grattan Guinness: Interpretation of the Prophecies in Pre-Reformation Times () Jerome, in his commentary on the book of Daniel (chapter 7), says, with reference to the little horn which has a mouth speaking great things, that “it is the man of sin, the son of perdition, who dares to sit in the temple of God, making himself as God.
Henry Grattan: a historical study / by: MacCarthy, John George, Published: () Henry Grattan and his times. by: Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, Published: () Grattan's failure: Parliamentary opposition and the people in Ireland / by: Mansergh, Danny. In this exceptional manual, Henry Grattan Guinness focuses upon the early church beliefs with examinations of the books of Daniel, Paul and John. Guinness writes in a lively and energetic style, which today serves to keep his books accessible to Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
Genealogy profile for Henry Grattan Henry Grattan ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Henry Grattan ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Grant also commented that Grattan ‘has much of the attachment to his native country which blazed in the breast of his illustrious father, but unhappily he has not a tithe of the talent’ His Memoirs of the Life and Times of Henry Grattan, which appeared in five volumes between and , was passionate but undistinguished in style.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, Henry Grattan and his times. London, G.G. Harrap & Co.  (OCoLC) Henry Grattan and his times. Dublin: Browne and Nolan, (OCoLC) Named Person: Henry Grattan; Henry Grattan: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Lucius Gwynn.
Henry Grattan, (born July 3,Dublin, Ire.—died June 4,London, Eng.), leader of the Patriot movement that won legislative independence for Ireland in Later he headed opposition to the union () of England and Ireland. A member of the ruling Anglo-Irish Protestant class, Grattan became a barrister and in the early s joined Henry Flood’s.
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Hon. Henry Grattan. by His Son, Henry Grattan Volume 2 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for rea Author: Henry Grattan. Grattan, Henry, was born in St. John’s parish, Dublin, 3rd July His father was for many years Recorder of, and member for Dublin; his ancestors on the paternal side were intimate friends of Swift; and his mother’s family, the Marlays, were descended from Captain Anthony Marlay, who received an appointment in the Duke of Ormond’s regiment in Henry Grattan and His Times.
Dublin: Browne & Nolan, Pages viii, Illustrated With six Illustrations. Good copy in buckram, with chipped d.j. Inscribed by the Author and with original signature of Henry Grattan (cut from a document) pasted to front free endpaper.
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Grattan was called to the Irish Bar in ; in the early s he joined Henry Flood's campaign for national independence. Grattan entered the Irish parliament in December Henry Grattan Guinness D. (11 August – 21 June ) was an Irish Protestant Christian preacher, evangelist and author.
He was the great evangelist of the Evangelical awakening and preached during the Ulster Revival of which drew thousands to hear him. He was responsible for training and sending hundreds of "faith missionaries" all over the world.
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Hon. Henry his son, Henry Grattan" See other formats. Henry Grattan was an Irish politician and member of the Irish House of Commons, who campaigned for legislative freedom for the Irish Parliament in the late 18th century.
He has been described as: a superb orator-- high-flown, generous enthusiasm he demanded that Ireland should be granted its rightful status, that of an independent nation, though he always. Henry Grattan Guinness, D.D., F.R.A.S. (born in Kingstown In Taney, Dublin, Ireland) was an Irish Protestant Christian preacher, evangelist and author.
In tohe was married to Fanny Emma Fitzgerald ().They had seven or eight children, of which only four reached adult age, among them the author Mary Geraldine Guinness Taylor (. History unveiling prophecy; or, Time as an interpreter - Ebook written by Henry Grattan Guinness. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read History unveiling prophecy; or, Time as an : Henry Grattan Guinness.History repeating itself: Henry Grattan’s Wicklow home for €4m Remodelled on the former statesman’s Georgian home, Grattan House near Enniskerry Author: Madeleine Lyons.Guinness, Henry Grattan () British evangelist, author, and missionary trainer.
Born in Dublin of a nonconformist family related to the wealthy brewers of the same name, Guinness briefly studied theology and then, inbecame an independent evangelist of the second Evangelical Awakening.