What, Mr Speaker! and so we are to beggar ourselves for fear of vexing posterity! Now, I would ask the honourable gentleman, and still more honourable House, why should we put ourselves out of our way to do anything for posterity; for what has posterity done for us?
The cup of Ireland's misery has been overflowing for centuries and is not yet half full.
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|Death:||5th June, 1807|
Boyle Roche was an Irish politician. After a distinguished career in North America with the British Army, Roche became a member of the Irish House of Commons in 1775, generally acting in support of the viceregal government. Boyle Roche entered the army at an early age, and served in the so-called American war.
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