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William Fitzwilliam, 4th Earl Fitzwilliam - Lord Lieutenant of Ireland: 1794–1795
... Fitzwilliam believed the coalition was formed not to support Pitt but to destroy Jacobinism at home and abroad ... Fitzwilliam aimed to reconcile Catholics to British rule by delivering Catholic Emancipation and ending the Protestant Ascendancy ... Fitzwilliam accepted the Lord Lieutenancy on 10 August ...
William Fitzwilliam, 4th Earl Fitzwilliam - Disintegration of The Whig Party: 1790–1794
... In the dispute within the Whig party over the French Revolution, Fitzwilliam agreed with Edmund Burke over Fox and Richard Brinsley Sheridan but did not wish to split the ... Burke's son Richard had lately been appointed Fitzwilliam's London agent ... When Richard Burke wrote to Fitzwilliam on 29 July 1790 to persuade him to turn Fox against Sheridan (who had split from Edmund Burke in February), Fitzwilliam replied on 8 ...

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