Henry Grattan

Henry Grattan (3 July 1746 – 4 June 1820) was an Irish politician and lawyer who campaigned for legislative freedom for the Irish Parliament in the late 18th century from Britain. He was a Member of the Irish Parliament (MP) from 1775 to 1801 and a Member of Parliament (MP) in Westminster from 1805 to 1820. He has been described as a superb orator and a romantic. With generous enthusiasm he demanded that Ireland should be granted its rightful status, that of an independent nation, though he always insisted that Ireland would remain linked to Great Britain by a common crown and by sharing a common political tradition.

Grattan opposed the Act of Union 1800 that merged the Kingdoms of Ireland and Great Britain, but later sat as a member of the united Parliament in London. Provided by Wikipedia

by Grattan, Henry
Published 1797
printed by Campbell and Shea, No. 7, Pitt-Street

by Grattan, Henry
Published 1798
printed by Vincent Dowling, College Green, the corner of Anglesea street. And sold by all the Booksellers

by Grattan, Henry
Published 1788
Dublin: printed by P. Byrne, No. 108, Grafton Street; and re-printed by J. Debrett, Piccadilly, London

by Grattan, Henry
Published 1781
(Dublin printed) London reprinted for J. Stockdale, No 181, Piccadilly, opposite Burlington House

by Grattan, Henry
Published 1791
P. Byrne, 108, Grafton-Street